The shorter days of autumn are here, and as you change your wardrobe to suit the cooler weather you should also take a look at your makeup palette. Here we have some fall makeup trends to share with you that we know you’ll be excited to try.
Focus On the Eyes
The focus for fall makeup will be on the eyes since masks are still required in most public spaces.
Bold Colors and Bright Liner - Bold colored shadows in earthy tones will be popular this fall. Bright mossy greens, burnt orange, and deep plum are some of the colors you’ll be seeing. If you want a pop of bold color that is a bit more subtle opt for a more neutral shade on your lids and accent with a bright liner in one of those shades.
Autumn Smokey Eye - Love the sultry look of smokey eyes? This look is still in for fall but is getting an update with an autumn color palette. Swap the charcoal for plum, forest green, earthy browns, and rust colors.
Bare Your Cheeks
Mask requirements mean that it will be difficult to keep cheek color in place. Why bother applying color that will just be rubbed off, right? The trend for this season is bare cheeks. For those who just can’t dare to bare, choose a soft nude shade. Apply lightly to give your complexion boost that won’t be painfully obvious if a bit rubs off should you need to remove your mask.
Again, the thought here is why apply makeup that no one is going to see? Most women will be skipping lip color altogether since they will be donning a mask when going out. But don’t neglect your lips. Keep them well hydrated so they will be kissably soft when the mask comes off.
For those instances where masks aren’t required, glossy shine is the way to go. Apply a lip liner in a nude shade for definition and then apply a clear lip gloss for shine.
Need help with your fall makeup routine? Whether you need a lesson from the pros or just an application for a special occasion, the skilled makeup artists at Pyara Spa and Salon are here to help. Give us a call at 781-270-9200 to book your appointment, or visit us at 101 Middlesex Turnpike in Burlington or 1050 Massachusetts Ave. in Cambridge.