Are you ready for a total beauty transformation? If yes, check out the hottest make up trends for this season and get yourself inspired!
- Red ‘vampy’ lips
Red lipstick, as Anjelica Huston once said, is the ‘little black dress’ in your make up bag, which is more than true this season. They are the epitome of ultimate glamour and sophistication, and are used as a perfect complement to any classy and elegant outfit. This season, the lips come in all shades of red, ranging from ruby red to burgundy, and whatever shade you opt for, one thing is more than certain-you’ll look absolutely incredible.
Tips: Since the accent is heavily on the lips, keep the rest of the make-up very neutral.
Red lips on the runways: Diane Von Furstenberg, Yves Saint Laurent, Yudashkin, Arora….
- Thick eyebrows
When it comes to this trend, it’s all about being 100 % natural. Forget about the wax and tweezers, and let your eyebrows grow, since thick, boyish eyebrows are definitely IN this season.
Tips: If you aren’t lucky and your eyebrows aren’t long enough, define them with dark eyeliner.
Thick eye brows on the runways:
Alexander Wang, Jean Paul Gaultier, Oscar de la Renta, Demeulemeester,Rocha,Etro,Martini, Balmain…
- Nude make up
The natural, nude look is definitely trendy this season .All you need is a make-up foundation to make your skin look flawless, eye shadows in neutral colors to get a beautiful doe eyed look, nude lipstick and a little bit of blush to accentuate your natural beauty.
Tips: Go for neutral colors and try not to look overdone.
Nude make up on the runways: Alexander McQueen, Balmain, Burberry, Versace, Valentino, Alexander Wang…
- Eye liner
From the 1950’s inspired make up styles to modern day asymmetry…The eye liner is certainly IN this Fall/winter 2011 season. When it comes to this trend, it’s time for you to experiment and have a lot of fun…The eye liner does not necessarily needs to be black so you can play with all the colors you want.
Tips: Define and emphasize your eye color with contrasting hues.
Eye liner on the runways: Giorgio Armani, Gianfranco Ferre, Stella McCartney, Yurkievich, Carolina Herrera, Mark Jacobs, Louis Vuitton, D&G …
- Smoky eyes
Smoky eyes is certainly an ongoing trend…They dominate the beauty scene more than a decade and they are still interesting. Even though the smoky eyes term usually refers to black and grey make up used to create a dramatic, edgy look, the rules have drastically changed this season…New tones are added to the color palette so this season you can go for light grey, purple, gold, bronze and even red and navy.
Tips: As far as this trend is concerned, you must remember that the less you try, the better it looks.
Smoky eyes on the runways: Just Cavalli, Jason Wu, Richmond,Talbot…