Autumn Makeup Trends

0 Posted by - September 17, 2013 - General, How-to, News

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Autumn/Winter 13 Makeup Trends

Marc Jacobs New York Fashion Week


The beginning of Autumn brings a new wardrobe, a new workout regime & of course new makeup looks! If like the rest of us you are a little bored of peaches and pastels and are ready for a change, then these new Autumn looks might be just what you are looking for.

The catwalks were absolutely filled with stunning looks, and for a change the looks were all really wearable trends that we can all try. The one which really caught our eye was bare eyes & pigmented, colourful lips!

Of course bare is always beautiful when it comes to makeup but we are delighted this season has brought some a bit of colour into our lives! Marc Jabobs used a beautiful pop of the classic red, adding some gloss to make the look extra glam, while Diane Von Furstenburg choose a matte fuschia pink and added some extra definition by contouring the face.

We have provided a few tips to get the look & how to easily revamp your makeup bag with this catwalk inspired makeup trend for A/W 13.

Get the look : 

Diane von Furstenberg New York Fashion Week

1 – Apply your foundation and powder as per usual. Focus on your lips & begin by using a lip liner to prevent the pigmented colour from bleeding, we recommend using Duwop Reverse Liner as it shapes your lips and prevents bleeding without the harsh edge of a normal lip liner.

2 – Choose your favourite highly pigmented lipstick in & apply using the Sigma Beauty L05 lip brush to achieve a more saturated look. If you would prefer a stain then apply with your fingertips gently patting the colour onto the lips.

3 – Finally, finish off your runway inspired look with subtle eyes & a stroke of mascara to make your lip colour pop!

We love these richly pigmented lip products for recreating this look.

DuWop Kardashian Beauty Lipstick

What is your favourite shade for A/W 13? xx

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