A seasonal shift doesn’t have to mean a big wardrobe flip or closet purge. Transitioning your look from Summer to Fall can be as easy as refreshing your makeup bag. This year, Autumn’s most coveted makeup trends play on soft palettes, some bold details, and an updated brow.
From the runway, some of the most beautiful looks are channeling the glow of Summer, a throwback to rocker 90s, or a fresh morning face. When it comes to color, Fall is favoring two palettes. One is muted with lilac, peach, and rose. The other is bolder with berry, glitter, and metallic.
Take one of these Fall makeup trends and make it your own. After all, true beauty is whatever makes YOU feel more beautiful.
Fall 2017 Makeup Trends
Dark, smokey eyes never lose their luster, but this season it’s all about creating a subtler look using lighter neutrals like taupe and grey. Instead of smudging with the usual charcoal or black, use a shimmery taupe for a dewy daytime look or get dramatic with a glitter lid or pop of color for a fun nighttime look.
Think outside the lash lines by taking your favorite eyeliner to new heights. Float your liner above the eye crease or create a bold stripe of color for a makeup look that’s easy to duplicate from the runway.
Have fun with metallics — place a dab at the inner corners, line the eyes, or cover the full lid.
This season you’ll see a departure from the perfectly sculpted brow. Instead, fully groomed brows are brushed up. Try this look with natural face and subtle shadow like taupe or silver for daytime, or apply a smudgy liner with a berry lip for a classic evening look.
Hello monochrome! We’re loving this simple, yet spot-on trend that’s perfect for every face. Peaches and pinks may feel like Summer shades, but they’re also the perfect hues to brighten and define your beautiful features for Fall and Winter. For this look, we’re going for a natural fresh face with a single shade that tints the lids, cheeks or lips. Heighten your cheekbones with a highlighter for a shimmer that isn’t just for Summer.
Images via Harpers Bazaar