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Here Are the Top 8 Makeup Trends to Try This Fall

Fall forecast: gorgeous
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This past summer brought us bright and dewy (hello, glitter and highlighter!) makeup looks that made a major impact. The fall beauty forecast promises to be just as dramatic, though with an emphasis on moody hues and timeless beauty staples with a twist. To find out exactly what's in store this season, we asked celebrity makeup artists to share the top trends they'll be working with this fall. Read on for eight makeup trends to get excited about — plus the products you'll need to achieve the look.

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Golden Gloss

“Golden glosses are the coolest trend of the fall season,” says makeup artist Sheena Sujan. As the weather cools down, your lips are the first part of the body to show unwanted signs of a dry and dull face. This is why Sujan says to invest in a gorgeous champagne gloss, which not only hydrates your lips but adds a fun tint and necessary sun protection, too. To treat your lips to a gorgeous sparkle, she recommends Anastasia Beverly Hills Lip Gloss in Gilded, $16.

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Brows With Texture

“Fall’s take on brows is all about the natural texture of the hair itself," says Ami Mallon, global corporate educator for Osmosis Skincare. "Brows are being shown brushed up, undone and are even appearing more boy-like." To achieve this look, Mallon suggests investing in a good brow gel, like Osmosis Brow Gel, $25, which has the right amount of pigment and wearability for a more natural application.

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Blue-Toned Eyes

“Although aqua blue on the eyes is normally more of a summer trend, we are seeing hints of various blue shades all over runways for fall this year,” Mallon says. Blue serves as a playful alternative to black or brown on the eyes and works with every eye color, she says.

For a gorgeous blueliner that stays put throughout the day, Mallon likes Osmosis Eye Pencil in Navy, $25, which can be used to either line the eyes or all over the lid as a daring shadow.

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Blush Is Back

“Blush is back with a vengeance and is taking the place of that summertime bronzy tan,” Mallon says. “We are seeing bright pops of peachy pink giving the skin a youthful and fresh look.” To achieve the perfect natural-looking flush, Mallon uses Osmosis Blush in Crushed Coral, $27, to warm up the face and draw attention to the cheeks.

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