Top Five Fall 2010 Beauty Trends
Fall is here ladies. Time to straighten those beach waves and trade in gloss for lipstick. A new season is the perfect time to try something new. Here are five of the best beauty trends for Fall/Winter 2010.
Crimson lips are all the rage for Fall 2010. Red lipstick makes you look polished and automatically transforms you into a glamour-puss. For the daytime go for a softer red lipstick look by applying the color on the middle of your lips and blend outward using your fingers. For Night go full force and apply color all over and top off with lipgloss for a dazzling effect.
Editor’s Pick: NARS Lipstick In Afghan Red
Rosy cheeks remind us of youthful effervescence. Pink blush is a great way to wakeup your makeup and looks great on all skin-tones. Make sure to buy a great blush brush to achieve an even application.
Editor’s Pick: La Prairie Blush In Plum
Aubergine eyes were prevalent on the FW10 catwalks especially at the Giorgio Armani show. Purple eyeshadow screams sophistication and easy to carry on. Choose a shade that is not he darker side. For the daytime apply the shadow to just the crease for a wash of color that is still subtle enough for work. For night, dare to be dramatic and cover the entire lid and line the upper and lower eyelash line with the eyeshadow.
Editor’s Pick: Estee Lauder Eyeshadow in Aubergine
Chocolate Brown Hair
If you are looking to dye your locks this fall, do consider a rich chocolate brown, which has been seen on starlets from Angelina Jolie to Kim Kardashian. This rich brown will make your eyes pop and will make your complexion seem much brighter.
Editor’s Pick: Fekaii Salon Color In Dark Golden Brown
The hottest nail color for fall is teal. This is a fashion forward way to complete your whole look. Teal goes great with Fall’s palette of rich browns and blacks. Make sure to keep your nails short to keep this look sleek and not gaudy.
Editor’s Pick: OPI Nail Lacquer In Ski Teal We Drop
By Millissa Mathai
Know something we don't? Email us
at [email protected]