Fall is the time of year when you can embrace your natural beauty, makeup-free. But maybe you want to dress it up a little.
Trying on different makeup ideas for fall is fun! You can choose from different colors and styles to see which ones look best with your hair, eyes and skin tone. Most importantly, you’ll find products that suit your needs and budget.
The easiest way to get started is by trying on different eye shadow colors that match your eye color. For example, if you have blue eyes, try royal blue; if you have green or hazel eyes, try browns or golds; or if you have brown eyes, try burgundy or rust.
Next step: Use dark matte lipstick to finish off the look. Dark lipstick is a great way to make your teeth look whiter by comparison. Matte lipstick will keep you from looking shiny. Matte is key because glossy looks tend to emphasize imperfections in the lips.*
Fall makeup looks are all about staying natural, but there’s nothing wrong with trying new things with products that suit you.*
Warmer weather may be just around the corner, but fall still has a few more weeks to go. So why not make the most of that time and try out one of these fall makeup looks?
Tons of beautiful shades of browns and reds—in everything from eye shadow to lipstick—are on trend for the fall, so you can really play up your eyes and lips with warm shades.
This look is perfect for someone who loves a Smokey eye but wants to add a pop of color. The green around your eyes really stands out because of the dark brown shadow in the crease. You can use any type of eyeliner you like, whether it’s gel or liquid liner. Just make sure it’s black to keep the whole look monochromatic.
Don’t be afraid to add some natural-looking freckles with a little of blush or bronzer. A touch of rose on your cheeks makes this look feel more feminine and less severe than it could otherwise be.
You don’t have to pick just one color when you’re going with an Ombre look like this one! The ends of your hair are still dark, but they fade into a lighter reddish-brown higher up on your head.
There’s something so satisfying about creating a entire look from scratch. You start with a blank canvas and end up with an entirely different person. There’s a reason why people feel this kind of rush when they do their makeup, and it’s the same reason why people love to wear makeup in the first place — self-expression.
Trying new trends, experimenting with different styles, and getting lost in the beauty of your own face — these are all reasons why women love makeup. And makeup has more than just an aesthetic purpose; it can be used as a tool to help you get ready for any occasion and create the perfect look for any season or weather conditions. That’s why fall is such a great time to play around with your makeup routine — there are so many looks that you can try!
We’ve got all the best fall makeup trends right here, so take a peek at the following list of seasonal looks and see if you can find one that suits your style. We promise that whatever you choose, it will be amazing!
No matter how much you love your summer glow and all the pretty looks you rocked with it, when fall arrives, so do the cold winds and the pumpkin spice lattes. Here are a few of our favorite makeup and hair ideas to help you embrace the season.
Smoky eyes will always be a classic fall look. This year, though, we’re switching up the colors from dark brown to shades of purple, burgundy and charcoal. Think about using deep purples and plums for daytime wear, with golds and bronzes for nighttime use.
Here’s a simple tutorial to get you started with smoky eye makeup:
Step 1: Apply a primer before applying any makeup on your eyelids. Primers will smooth out your skin and give you a lasting result when applying eye shadow. Take an angled brush to apply the primer on your eyelid in an upward motion. The tip of your nose should be between your eyebrows; this will help you determine if you are putting on enough primer.
Step 2: Apply taupe or shimmery brown eye shadow onto the center of your eyelid, blending it outwards into the crease of your eye. A great option is MAC Eye Shadow in “Brown Script”.
Fall is the best season for makeup. It’s a time for complexions to look natural but still enhanced, for lips to be dark and dramatic, and for eyes to look mysterious yet warm.