Refreshing your makeup stash is a rite of passage for the transition between every season. Fortunately, fall 2019 beauty makeup trends leave a lot of room for inspiration—the return of some autumnal classics are reimagined with modern twists for looks that are anything but boring. A season-specific guiding hand is always useful.So,this is some makeup trends of fall 2019:
Subtle Glitter makeup
Firstly , Euphoria has inspired a glitter revolution, and we’re not mad about it. A little glimmer on your eyes can be made appropriate for just about any occasion. Subtle glitter on your lashline—or on your lashes—is perfect for those who don’t want to commit to a sequin-level shine.
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Smoky Liner makeup trends
Secondry, Smoking out your lash line is the quickest way to create an illusion of bigger and wider eyes. If you feel like you don’t have the lid space to work with thin liquid liners (s/o to all my hooded lids or monolids gals), smoky lines are a great alternative. Try mixing black and gunmetal shadows in your palettes to add more dimension.
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Blood Orange makeup
Further, This shade of orange is less “pumpkin spice” and more “firefighter hat,” and yet a monochromatic look with the hue is no less autumnal and just as wearable. Just remember to apply in moderation. Hot tip: blend a blood orange shadow in your crease and take a lipstick of the same shade across your cheeks and lips in desired intensities. Et voilà! You’re red—or should I say blood orange—carpet ready.
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Morever,the deep hue is making a strong revival this fall, and brown lips surprisingly versatile considering just how many variations there are. You could go for a brown with wine tones like Priyanka Chopra, or full “Friends”-era Jennifer Aniston with a milk chocolate. As with red lipstick, there’s a perfect shade for everybody.
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Pops Of Neon
Finally, the ’80s is making a resurgence when it comes to eye makeup. Neon is making an especially convincing comeback, and it’s super wearable when diffused in the inner corner. Metallic or matte, it’s a surefire way to animate an otherwise monochrome look.
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