5 Fall Beauty Trends That Are About To Be Everywhere

And how to try them, now

The temperatures outside may not indicate that a seasonal change is upon us, but let’s face it: Summer is coming to a close, and quickly. And while we’ve had a blast experimenting these past few months with dewy glass skin, extra glossy lips, and colorful lashes, it’s time to move on.

How will we shake up our beauty for fall? What trends will reign supreme as temperatures begin to drop? We rounded up the five biggest runway and celebrity looks that are bound to be a hit. Oh, and don’t worry—we’ve set you up with a list of products to help you achieve each of them, too.

Read more about them, below.

Photos by Mireya Acierto, Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images and via @sophiawebster Instagram

Extraterrestrial Glimmer

On the Fall 2018 runways, things were out of this world with alien-inspired sparkle showing up everywhere, from lids at Lanyu and sculptural gelled hair at Sophia Webster to covering the entire face at Giambattista Valli. Now, we might not want to rock glitter of that intensity in our every day, but a bit of sparkle around the eyes or lightly dusted onto our locks? That’s something we can get behind.

Try these:

Manic Panic, Amplified Color Spray in ‘Stardust,’ $10.49, available at Manic Panic.

Fluide, Glitter in ‘Silver Hex,’ $12, available at Fluide.

M.A.C, Dazzleshadow Liquid in ‘Flash and Dash, $22, available at M.A.C.

Photos via @dualipa, @cashlawlesshair, @jourdandunn Instagrams

Glass Hair

Yes, the glass skin craze of this past spring has officially moved on to hair for fall, as seen on stars like Dua Lipa, Jenna Dewan, and Jourdan Dunn. What is glass hair, exactly? It's a sleek, shiny, and, well, basically a perfect lob. Prepare to bust out your flat iron and smoothing sprays!

Try these:

IGK, Good Behavior Spirulina Protein Smoothing Spray, $32, available at Sephora.

Balmyard Beauty, Siren Luster Hair Oil, $64, available at Balmyard Beauty.

Context, Gloss + Repair Spray, from $15, available at Context.

Photos by Frazer Harrison, Noam Galai, Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images

Neon Bright

The neon bright eye is here to stay, as seen on the runways of Adam Selman, Chromat, Sies Marjan, and many more. This fall, don’t be afraid to paint your lids with pigment that really packs a punch. Why opt for gloomy, dark shades when you can be a virtual ray of sunshine year-round?

Try these:

Surratt, Lid Lacquer in ‘Shu Iro,’ $36, available at Barneys.

Lime Crime, Plushies Quad in ‘Fresh Squeezed,’ $22, available at Lime Crime.

Marc Jacobs Beauty, Highliner Gel Eye Crayon in ‘Lollipop,’ $25, available at Marc Jacobs Beauty.

Photo by Mireya Acierto, Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images

The Graphic Crease

The graphic eye gets a clean, modern upgrade this fall. Whether it’s bold, graphic black lines or pops of neon (or a mix of both), tracing your crease is a new subtle, yet statement-making, way to wear your eyeliner. While we saw inner corner swipes at Lanyu and Jason Wu, Anna Sui’s girls had a full-on ‘60s mod traced crease.

Try these:

Kat Von D, Dagger Tattoo Liner, $20, available at Kat Von D.

Sephora Collection, 12hr Colorful Contour Eyeliner in ‘Peacock Blue,’ $10, available at Sephora.

Dior, Diorshow On Stage Liner in ‘Matte Red,’ $30.50, available at Dior.

Photos by John Lamparski, Astrid Stawiard, Francois Durand/Getty Images

Gold, Gold, Gold

More regal than extraterrestrial glimmer is the gold craze that took over the Fall 2018 runways. From foiled lids at Akris and Ulla Johnson to a more sultry, golden sheen at Cushnie et Ochs, we’ll be dousing ourselves in gold all season long.

Try these:

NYX, Foil Play Cream Eyeshadow in ‘Steal Your Man,’ $6, available at NYX.

Rituel de Fille, Rare Light Crème Luminizer in ‘Stellaris,’ $29, available at Rituel De Fille.

Too Faced, Twinkle Twinkle Liquid Glitter Eyeshadow in ‘Lemon Zest,’ $22, available at Too Faced.