Eight must-try trends from fall fashion week
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Red Lips2 of 9
To create a modern take on the bold red lip, makeup artist Diane Kendal dusted a loose finishing powder between a first and second coat of Sunday Riley's Modern Lip Color in Persuasive at the Victoria Beckham show. The result? A strong, beautiful lip that was also fresh and youthful.
Earthy Eyes3 of 9
For Vivienne Tam's nomadic girl, makeup artist Gucci Westman enhanced eyes (while keeping the look earthy) with Revlon ColorStay 16Hour Eye Shadow Quads in Brazen and Attitude. "The key to making this look subtle is to blend a matte brown shadow over the eyelid and into the crease for a soft eye-enhancing look," she said. "A touch of bronzer to the lid will add some tone—just steer clear of anything with shimmer."
Rosy Cheeks4 of 9
Sporty chic models at Michael Kors looked very après-ski with fresh-from-the-slopes cheeks. To create the flushed glow, makeup artist Dick Page blended Shiseido Lacquer Rouge in Drama onto the apples of the cheek, and then muted it with a dab of foundation. (Shiseido's Lacquer Rouge doesn't launch till fall, so until then, try the brand's Perfect Rouge in Dragon.)
Nude Liner5 of 9
The grandeur of Dolce & Gabbana's fall collection was offset by makeup artist Pat McGrath's delicate makeup. She used the brand's Crayon Intense Eyeliner in Nude both above and below the lash line to brighten the eyes and make them pop.
Ruby Tips6 of 9
At DKNY, mani maven Deborah Lippmann revamped the French manicure. After applying a coat of the brand's taupe-y Fashion shade, she finished with a swipe of lacquer in Single Ladies just to the tips of nails.
Colorful Lashes7 of 9
Colored mascara is an easy way to make eyes stand out, and that's just what Pat McGrath achieved at Stella McCartney. Layering a bright blue pigment on top of CoverGirl LashBlast Mascara created the ultimate ultramarine hue. Groomed brows—and nothing else—finished off the eye-catching look.
Neutral Lips & Lids8 of 9
J. Mendel is known for its glamorous gowns, so the modern, undone makeup was an unexpected (and refreshing) contrast. Makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury used Maybelline's creamy SuperStay 14-Hour Lipstick in Beige for Good for a natural tint on lips and lids.
Bronzed Skin9 of 9
Inspired by the Australian Outback, makeup artist James Kaliardos used Nars Laguna Bronzer to create a russet-y, windblown look that was more outdoorsy than beach vacation. "The key is to contour the skin so that it looks dusty and not too glam," he says.
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