Runway-fresh: Hair & makeup for the fall
- Next1 of 9Anna Sui/Imaxtree
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- Previous Next5 of 9Lela Rose/Getty Images/Deborah Lippmann
- Previous Next6 of 9Jason Wu/Imaxtree/Lancôme
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Autumn Influences1 of 9
By Rachel Hayes
You may not be thrilled about the prospect of giving up your shimmery lip glosses, sheer foundation and beachy waves come the end of the summer, but here's the bright side: There's a slew of gorgeous new fall beauty trends to look forward to. Here are the eight best new trends for the season ahead.
Black Lacquer2 of 9
OK, black technically never goes out of style, but now there's a new way to wear it on your nails. At the BCBG MAXAZRIA fashion show, models walked the runway wearing OPI nail lacquer in Black Onyx topped with a coat of OPI Matte Nail Envy, which created a slightly matte finish. The dark nails were the perfect counterpoint to all the white, blue and black hues and bold prints of the fall collection.
Bold Brows3 of 9
Don't reach for those tweezers just yet. Bold brows continue to be a strong beauty trend. At the Reed Krakoff fall show, models wore barely any makeup, but flaunted thick, shiny brows. Enhance yours with this new do-it-all grooming kit that has two brow powders, a setting wax to smooth hairs, and a tiny tweezer to remove any strays.
SHOP NOW: Urban Decay Brow Box, $29
Luxe Berry Lips4 of 9
Don't worry: Fall beauty looks aren't all about high drama. At the Holmes & Yang fashion show, Bobbi Brown used lots of wearable pinks. "Dewy faces and feminine, raspberry-stained lips provided a nice balance against the masculine textures of the collection," says Brown. To get the look, prime with lip balm to plump and soften lines, then apply a generous coat of Bobbi Brown pot rouge.
SHOP NOW: Bobbi Brown Pot Rouge for Lips & Cheeks in Raspberry, $26
Textured Tips5 of 9
This fall, edgy nails are all about the texture of the polish. At the Lela Rose fashion show, Deborah Lippmann used I Wanna Be Sedated, an iconoclastic acid-yellow from her new Punk Rock line (all the polished in the line have a unique, sandpaper-like finish). "Texture, layering and color are happening for fall. It's no longer about a nude nail," says Lippmann.
SHOP NOW: Lippmann Collection I Wanna Be Sedated lacquer, $19
Bright Eyes6 of 9
At the Jason Wu fall fashion show, makeup artist Diane Kendal played up models' eyes with a mix of bright blue and purple hues. First, she lined the eyes with a purple eyeliner, then used an indigo shadow to create a sultry cat-eye effect. Tons of black mascara finished off the eyes.
SHOP NOW: Lancôme Color Design Eye Shadow in Successorize, $19
Glassy Red Lips7 of 9
Bold crimson lips were everywhere, ranging from deep wine shades to almost-electric orange. The glass-like shine of this fire-engine red lip from the Marc by Marc Jacobs fashion show gives this classic look a modern edge. Makeup artist Dick Page blended two shades from Shiseido's new Lacquer Rouge, a super-lustrous liquid lipstick, to create this glam look.
SHOP NOW: Shiseido Lacquer Rouge in Sanguine and Drama, $25 each
Bombshell Blowout8 of 9
This curvy blowout spotted at the John Richmond fall show was stunning. The look was created by Catwalk TIGI Italian Creative Director Marco Iafrate, who called it "punk modern with a middle part and irregular movement." To re-create it, prep damp hair with styling cream from mid-lengths to ends, then spritz a volumizer on to roots, and blow-dry hair. Once dry, spritz sections with hairspray, then use a large curling iron on wide sections of hair, pinning each curl until cooled.
SHOP NOW: Catwalk by Tigi Session Series Styling Cream, $19
Mod Liner9 of 9
Makeup artist Pat McGrath wielded black eyeliner like a sketch artist's pencil at the Anna Sui fashion show, giving models' eyes a retro '60s mod look. A graphic cat eye with dotted lash line (à la Twiggy) and mega mascara made a doll-like dramatic effect. A swipe of white liner under the lower waterlines pulled it all together.
SHOP NOW: CoverGirl Ink It! Perfect Point Plus in Black Ink, $5
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