5 Fall Beauty Must-Dos

It’s clear to see that this Fall, beauty is back. Forget no-makeup makeup — this season, it’s all about showing off your rad eyeliner skills and contouring magic. Shake up your beauty routine and throw in a berry lip or glitter eye, while painting your digits a hue of green. Get ready to turn heads this Fall!

Dark Lips
Everything’s going to get that bit darker this Fall. Luxurious shades of cranberry and deep wine red allowed the usually tame to explore a dark lip, while the more adventurous can experiment with hues of purple, faded black and even the occasional dark khaki. Keeping the rest of your face clean, pair almost-black lipstick with soft, beachy waves or a casual bun to make the look a whole lot less intimidating.

Lots Of Sparkles
When you want to make an impact this Fall, there is really only one way to go — glitter and sparkles aplenty! Glitter and gold came to life as sequins were added to the lids of the models walking for Temperley London, creating a marvellous disco-ball effect. For a more toned-down suggestion, try a metallic eyeshadow — the colour will warm up your face for a more discrete but still glamorous ‘do.

Blush Rush
This low-maintenance look is for those Monday mornings when you’re in a rush to get to work. By adding a flush of warm peach or rose blush to your cheeks, you’ll instantly appear fresh-faced and wide awake (even if you’re not). Bring a touch of pink to the lips for an extra touch then finish with soft eyeliner for a positively fresh and youthful appearance.

Graphic Liner
Is it just us? Or has everyone gotten super arty-farty? The definitive eyeliner styles of this season include scribble marks as seen at Fendi, double-winged line at Mugler and half-stars at Athony Vaccarello. To step up your black eyeliner game for a look that’s anything but basic, tweak the classic cat eye and get adventurous.

Smokey Eyes
The seductive smokey eye is not only a party winner, it can also easily be worn during the day — depending on the shades of smoke you opt for. Whether it’s black, navy, brown or grey, give the shadow a good blending workout and keep going. This will create a strong shadow, especially when worn with a lick of mascara and neutral lippy.