Top 10 Fall 2014 Beauty Trends
Fall is bold but cold season tends to lack colors so you can bring those using your makeup. Gold, dark red, royal blue, and emerald green are just a few colors we saw during Fall 2014 fashion weeks. Makeup artists have created more than a few interesting beauty looks that are certainly inspiring.
Fall 2014 Beauty Trends
Tracy Reese and Marchesa Fall 2014
Bold eyebrows have been ‘in’ since and even before Cara Delevigne made it big as a model. Natural and thick they border on bushy so if you can’t tame your brows don’t pick up those tweezers yet. First of all, overplucking can leave your brows thin and patchy. Another thing is that bushy eyebrows aren’t going anywhere for at least another year.
Alberta Ferretti and Badgley & Mischka Fall 2014
Gold Eyeshadow & Metallics
Gold eyeshadow is a must-have this year. Wear it in summer or leave it for the cold season to brighten up your beauty routine. You can also use gold in manicure. Pair it with dark reds and burgundy for a real drama queen look.
Don’t like gold? Other metallics are too very much ‘in’ this year. We liked the looks at Donna Karan and Emporio Armani.
Jonathan Saunders and Suno Fall 2014
Red/Pink (Bold) Eyeshadow
Red and pink eyeshadow made a surprising comeback on the fall runways. At Suno, Jonathan Saunders, BCBG Max Azria, and Julien Macdonald reds and pinks were the colors for eye makeup. At Jonathan Sanders the pink eyeshadow was completed with an undone red lip.
If pink doesn’t inspire you choose lilac or lavender as seen at Chloe. Bold eyeshadow is a big trend this year. Go for dark emerald green,
Prada and Rochas Fall 2014
Another lash trend is even more dramatic but totally wearable if you’re going to a party or a friendly outing. Saint Laurent and Rochas went for uber dramatic long visibly fake lashes. The lower eyelids were too planted with clusters of falsies. Gucci and Versace had a similar look where the lashes were the main focus.
Spider lashes is definitely a weird trend. It comes and goes but it certainly begs a question of wearability. We like to think about it kind of like, if you spider lashed are unavoidable at lest make them look dramatic. You can do so by sprinkling powder between mascara coats.
Cedric Charlier and Tadashi Shoji Fall 2014
Dark Bold Lips
Dark bold lips are a key beauty trend of the cold season. A dark lipstick is baically a Fall must-have now. If you haven’t tried it yet take a look at Tadashi Shoji Fall 2014 makeup. The lipstick there is semi-sheer and glossy that is great for those who have thinner lips and want to try something not so radical. If you want a twist on a burgundy lipstick look at Cedric Charlier models. They wore a berry shade that had much more lustre to it, which made it stand out among the creamy textures.
Kenzo and Cushnie et Ochs Fall 2014
Eyeliner is probably one of the biggest trenda this year. This is the best time as ever to perfect your favorite eyeliner technique and wear it with sparkly eyeshadow or alone.
Libertine and Tracy Reese Fall 2014
Glitter-y manicure is another festive trend you can rock year round. Add metallic finish polishes and you’re all set to be the trendiest of all. Nail art is far from booming but a more exquisite nail decoration is more than welcome. Just take a look at nails at Alice+Olivia and Creatures of the Wind Fall 2014 shows.
Kenneth Cole and Damir Doma Fall 2014
Dark Red Nails
Dark red nails are just as big of a trend as dark red lipstick this fall. You don’t have to wear them together though. It’s also a great way to try the color and see if it fits you.
Nanette Lepore and Creatures of the Wind Fall 2014
Braids are a universal hairstyle. They are also very versatile and easy to combine with bun, fringes, and all kinds of hair shapes. Relaxed braids, braided updos, and decoration braids are this year’s popular variations.
Sass & Bide and Zimmermann Fall 2014
Wet Look Hair
Wet look hair is a tricky trend. You have to know how to get it right and what to do with the hair so it suited and complemented you. It’s also a great way to tame puffy hair. Look at Sass & Bide and Zimmermann Fall 2014 shows for inspiration.
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