We like to think of every new season as a fresh start—a time to reinvent our look. What better way to do this than to take a new beauty trend and make it your own? With fall right around the corner, look no further than the fall/winter ‘16 runways for your inspiration.
With the shows haven taken place last February and March, we’ve been anticipating autumn’s arrival so that we can try these incredible beauty looks we saw for ourselves on the catwalks. From whimsical to goth-inspired, this fall's trends are all about rich, colorful pigments and bold lines.
We decided to take our favorite ones and translate them in our own, very wearable way. Click through the gallery below to see the results.
Photographer: Ricky Michiels Beauty Editor: Jenna Igneri Stylist: Chaunielle Brown Makeup Artist: Diana Manzanares Hair Stylist: Corey Tuttle Models: Marisa and Somalia at STATE Management, Miyanda and Lera at FORD Models, Sullivan at New York Models Stylist Assistants: Sara Stojchevska, Carina Camacho, Ryan Gale
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Big, piecey lashes à la Twiggy were all the rage on the fall runways. Pile on that mascara, and don't worry about each lash being perfectly separated—a little clumping is okay. Expert tip: Try adding some false lashes before layering on mascara, using either individual lashes or cutting a strip into sections.
Ardell, Glamour Wispies Black Lashes, $3.99, available at Ulta; Too Faced, Better Than Sex Mascara, $23, available at Too Faced; Too Faced, La Matte Lipstick in Sorry Not Sorry, $22, available at Too Faced.
Marisa is wearing Dolce & Gabbana dress and shoes, Julie Vos earrings, Falke socks, Cutler & Gross glasses.
Dark, vampy lips were seen all over the fall runways, from luscious dark berry shades all the way down to brown, navy, and black. Don’t be afraid to channel your inner goth this season—pair with a slightly smoky eye for an ultra-sultry look.
Tom Ford, Eye Quad in ‘Nude Dip,’ $82, available at Tom Ford; M.A.C., Lip Pencil in ‘Nightmoth,’ $17.50, available at M.A.C. Cosmetics; M.A.C., Velvetease Lip Pencil in ‘Velvet Teen,’ available at M.A.C. Cosmetics.
Sullivan is wearing The Kooples blazer and collared blouse, Marcelo Burlon long sleeve top, CG dress, Laurence Decade shoes, Falke tights.
A little glimmer, courtesy of a whole lot of glitter and gloss, is the perfect way to add a touch of whimsy to your look. Don’t be afraid to stay within the lines—trail glitter down underneath the eye, blending in with your highlighter to create an overall dreamy and ethereal look.
Lera is wearing Paul Smith coat, Dolce & Gabbana blouse, Max Mara jumpsuit, CG earrings, Traci Lynn necklace and ring, Miu Miu shoes,
What better way to make your eyes pop than with a bold swipe of neon? Adorn your eyes with some serious pigment—the brighter, the better.
Make Up For Ever, Aqua Cream in '21 Turquoise,' $23, available at Make Up For Ever; Pat McGrath Labs, Gold 001 Pigment, $40, available at Pat McGrath Labs; NARS, Blush in 'Desire,' $30, available at NARS; Make Up For Ever, Rouge Artist Natural Lipstick in 'N40 Pastel Coral,' $20, available at Make Up For Ever.
Miyanda is wearing Pam & Gela jacket, Herve Leger dress, Miu MIu blouse, The Kooples sweater (worn as skirt), Vionnet top and leggings, Eugenia Kim hat, Traci Lynn necklace, Max Mara gloves, DKNY boots.
This season, the traditional cat eye takes a backseat to more out-there ways to wear liquid eyeliner. Treat your liner like a paintbrush, drawing underneath and all around the eye—and don’t be afraid to get creative with it.
Laura Mercier, Crème Eyeliner in ‘Noir,’ $25, available at Laura Mercier; Tom Ford, Skin Illuminator in ‘Fire Lust,’ $65, available at Tom Ford; Chanel, Rouge Coco Shine Lipstick in ‘Aventure,’ $37, available at Chanel.
Somalia is wearing Issey Miyake dress, Mara Hoffman blazer, COS skirt.