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Monday, August 31, 2020

Fall Makeup Trends That You Have to Try

The end of summer is near, and fall brings a whole batch of new makeup trends for you to try. When you consider high-fashion makeup looks, you may think of extravagance, and looks that are hard to replicate at home. The great news is that the trends for this fall are super easy to achieve with your at-home makeup kit. The looks are creative, but understated, meaning that they are very wearable in daily life. Here are some of the top makeup trends this fall.

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No foundation
The runways are full of models sporting bare faces this year, with a minimalistic look that is natural and fresh. Instead of using foundation, the focus is on using concealer where necessary and some highlight to give that dewy look, without covering up the skin’s natural pigments and features. Women everywhere will be thankful for this trend, as it is low maintenance, allows the skin to breathe, and celebrates natural complexions.
Winged eyeliner
Winged eyeliner is back, and everyone is loving it. Winged eyeliner is a trend that can’t stay away in the makeup and fashion world. It helps to elongate the eye, and give some extra visual interest, while not overwhelming the face. It’s relatively easy to do, especially when using a liquid or gel eyeliner, though you can achieve it with a pencil.

A good quality liquid eyeliner will help with the precision and longevity of this look, and you can purchase one with an Ulta coupon to get the look for less. Many different versions of this look have popped up this year, from thicker, smudged wings to sharp and thin ones. You can make this look your own by choosing a wing that most suits your style.

Fall is all about gold this year, with golden eye makeup being used by many designers to create a glam and luxurious look. Adding a bit of shine and sparkle will brighten up your face without being too extreme. You can simply put a bit of gold shadow in the center of your eyelid to make it pop or go bold with a golden-winged look. Many makeup artists also add gold to the center of the eye, as a unique twist to the classic highlight.
The 90s are back with grungy, gothic-inspired makeup looks coming back on trend. Dark and smudgy eye makeup, with no fixed or clean lines, is cool and edgy this fall. The smoky eye is easy for anyone to achieve using the eyeshadows they currently have on hand since there is no right or wrong way to apply it.

 You can have fun with this look and incorporate different colors into your eye makeup, just make sure it’s messy! Pair a smudged out smoky eye with a blood-red lipstick for a gothic, vampy look that will make you stand out this fall. While it may not be great for day time, it’s perfect for a night out.

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