It's fixing to change seasons and with the change of every season there comes new trends in makeup. Some we kind of expect others are a nice surprising change.
This one above is the "strobing" trend. I have an entire post about it and it's not exactly a new trend. It's actually been popular most of the summer but it looks like it's going to keep right on going into fall as well. In the picture above I'm using Champagne Pop from Becca Cosmetics. Other good things to use would be cream or liquid illuminators. You can check out my post on strobing to read more about it.
Next trend is "electric eyes" I like to think this can be anything that is colorful, not just blue. Also I feel like colored liner would do good as well if you aren't comfortable wearing blue or colored eye shadow. Some good liners with lots of colors are Urban Decay 24/7 liners. As well as Benefit Push Up liners they have colors that are a little more wearable seeing as how they're darker. Anastasia Beverly Hills offers colors as well in there Creme Waterproof formula. In the above look I'm wearing Stila "sapphire" kajal on the waterline (it's not available anymore unfortunately), Makeup Geek shadows in Poolside and Pegasus. ABH shadow in Blue Velvet.
The next trend is pretty much expected. It's berry lips. Which is always wearable for fall. Liquid lipsticks are still very popular and I do really like them for darker colors. This one is Vamp from ABH. Colour Pop and Sephora both have good options that are cheaper. As well as LA Girl Cosmetics and NYX.
The picture above and below are the "feathered brows". The one above is still a little bit sculpted, the one below is a bit more feathery. What you're seeing is basically trying to pull away from the sculpted intense brow that we've seen for a while. This is still filled in but it looks a little more natural. I'll have a more in depth post up about this next week, that will include the best products for it and grooming tricks. Until then if you want to try this I recommend to take your time and work with small amounts of product first so that you don't look so sculpted and intense.
If you're into these and you enjoy Instagram check out @sephora instagram, especially the #trendingatsephora link. It gives you a good idea of the latest trends and how to do them.
I'm from Tennessee. I'm a makeup and skincare lover. I have always enjoyed creating looks but I love to help people with product knowledge and application even more. I've been able to do these things because God has seen fit to bless me with the opportunity.