4 Fall Beauty Looks You Can Always Count On
Posted by Casey Nicole on September 15, 2012 at 8:58 PM
We’ve covered fall beauty trends you can start wearing now, and how to get the best, bold beauty looks, but let’s not forget the tried-and-true staples we can turn to every year to get us through the season. Just like your knit scarves and trusty riding boots, these styles are here to stay.
Here are the most reliable and always-chic fall beauty looks you can always count on.
THE SMOKY EYE
Perhaps the most versatile eye look a girl can try, because the shape and intensity can vary depending on your mood. This season, everything from graphic and punk rock, subtle pewter shades, and colorful grey and burgundy interpretations graced the runway. Don’t be afraid to take neutral hues up to the brow bone for maximum impact.
THE WINGED LINER
While more of a retro style, you can keep winged liner very modern by trying new finishes. Try a bright style with a colorful liner, or soften the look by including an upward sweep of shadow, too. Always remember to keep the wing tip turned upward for an eye-opening effect.
THE RED LIP
This look is the epitome of a tried-and-true classic. Every woman deserves to find her perfect shade of red lipstick and the best season to debut a crimson lip is always the fall. Whether paired with darkly lined lids or even bright blush, the options are endless and never out-of-style.
Pro tip: First apply a thin layer of liquid foundation over lips. Then apply one layer of lipstick, use a tissue to blot it, and apply a final coat for a lasting, saturated look.
THE GOLD LID
The delicate, shimmery shades of golden shadow perfectly catches the light for a glow that works on every skin tone. Glittery, shimmery lids and temples have been the go-to for years, but the latest interpretation swaps out the shadow for a high-impact golden liner. Whichever you use, the results will highlight and brighten your best feature.
What are your go-to beauty styles in the fall? I know I always try out darker lipsticks and glosses instead of the sheer colors I use during the summer. Leave a comment below and let us know!