Ladies who want to know what to rock in terms of makeup products this fall needn't look any further. The fashionistas at InStyle Magazine recently listed exactly what colors, styles and accessories girls everywhere need to try out now in order to be on trend for the festive fall months.
There is nothing more high fashion in fall than the romantic vibes inspired by tasty red wines. Perhaps the trend is inspired by the countless vampire movies and television shows out, but we think it may have to do with ladies trying to put an end to the bright hues of summer.
For the wine-style you can use the colors on your lips by way of a matte deep red style or even on your eyes, using warm dark brown and copper eyeshadows. Mix in more drama by selecting charcoal or maroon-toned nail polish for your next manicure.
Following suit with the darker vibes is the growing trend of hunter green for fall. The style experts suggest ladies looking to make others green with envy should start by swiping on a touch of hunter or forest green eyeshadow on your lids with minimal makeup on the rest of your face. Soften up the style by applying a lighter pale gray or cream on your lids and using the deep green hue to highlight your crease lines.
Fall and winter are here and that means it's time for the smoky eye to come out from hibernation. Ladies looking to achieve the rocker-chic vibe in autumn should use matte eyeshadow in charcoal tones for a sassy smoky eye. Use the hue all over your top lids and then smudge it a bit using a Q-tip or smudging brush.
Cocoa and caramel
Nothing says fall is in the air quite like a mug of hot chocolate or a caramel-covered apple and these aspects of autumn can be translated to your eye makeup. These warm hues work in perfect harmony to bring out the undertones of your eyes, the news source reports. For the perfect fall glow, apply one of the hues on your top lids up to the crease lines and then use another color in the warm family on the crease line for a perfect style.
Other popular trends to try this fall is incorporating gold into your cosmetics, along with yellows, burnt oranges and bold cobalt blues.