7 Hottest Fall Makeup Trends
With this roadmap, there's no need to buy that 10-pound "Vogue" to see the newest fall makeup trends. Here's how to translate your favorite runway looks to real life
Edgy eyeliner that curves downThis season, eye makeup is getting an overhaul thanks to the way makeup artists are applying eyeliner. While we typically see the line of the eyeliner lift up at the outer corners of the eyes, it's now following the curvature of the eye shape -- resulting in a line that points down, which was seen at the Marc Jacobs show. "This helps eyes look bigger by defining and elongating them," says Ukaeje. She says the look is less 60's inspired and more modern. To get it:
Step 1: Prep the lid with an eyeshadow primer to minimize smudging.
Step 2: Apply concealer from lashline to brow to even out skin tone.
Step 3: Sweep a matte skin-toned color from lashline to brow with an eyeshadow brush.
Step 4: With a smudge-proof eyeliner like Nars Larger Than Life in Via Veneto, $23, line your top lashline, thickening it as you reach your outer corner. Extend the line about half an inch past the outer corner of your eye, following your eye shape downward.
Step 5: Curl eyelashes and apply two coats of volumizing mascara.
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