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Top Fall Makeup Trends

Although the temperatures are dropping, hot, sizzling makeup trends are rising and they’re here to make a big statement. This past summer left us with minimal makeup as the heat was just unbearable, but now it’s time to pile on the colors and get creative. Here are the hottest makeup trends to try this fall!

A New Twist on the Smokey Eye


Black and gray smokey eyes can get kinda old and boring, so up the ante by doing a purple smokey eye which looks great especially on those with brown eyes. Just do the same steps you would for a smokey eye, except instead of using black switch it up to purple.

The Tamed Cat Eye


Instead of the traditional harsh cat eye, try a more subdued look by blending the cat eye winged look with a smokey eye look. Once you’ve winged out your liner, just blend the edges outwards for a soft, smokey eye look.

Bright Shadows


Just because fall is here, that doesn’t mean you can’t wear colors. Au contraire girls, THIS fall is all about kicking the norm to the curb and embracing more lively hues – especially when it comes to your eyeshadow. Don’t be afraid to use blues, greens, purples, and whatever other color comes to mind. Just dust a bright shadow over your lids and finish off with a neutral color on top.

Red, Shiny, Pouts


The red lip isn’t just for nights anymore. Channel your inner vixen and go for the big red during the day too. A red, crimson lip shade will look great when paired with minimalist makeup – just lashes and a tiny bit of blush is all you’ll need! Finish off with a gloss.

Dramatic Lashes


Big, dramatic lashes are ALWAYS a good idea simply because they open up your eyes and make your peepers really stand out. So pile on the mascara and go big and bold.

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