Presenting you with the latest makeup trends for this fall/winter time, spotted on many runways and shows of fashion week, which closed successfully for another season. This looks certainly are a stand-out style starting with glitter, in ways u never seen before, to arty crazy liner and bold dark or neon lips!! Check them out.
The arty liner.
Leave your classic liner home and experiment with more graphic and modern strokes. Use straight lines or sharp angles to make your eyeliner look bold.
Glitter, glitter, glitter.
Wow , now you can be a child again and play with your glitter. Put it in places you never put it before. Sometimes upgrade your glitter with sequins . Have fun!
You can play with neon and electric colors starting with eyes to lips. Eyelashes also for those girls who loved their blue mascara. The blue eye shadow is the most trendy one for the season. The 1980 style is back guys
The smokey eye.
What more can I say about the smokey eye. Everyone has tried it once or more. Mix it with glitter, make it shimmery or glossy sometimes. The smokey has infinite possibilities. Abuse with your eyeliner on this season LOL
The dark lip.
Black or plum, matt or glossy, dark lip is a Fall/Winter favorite for also for the biggest shows on this seasons fashion week. Create your own “don’t mess with me” look for this season with the dark lip.
The twiggy lashes.
In other words create a doll-like look and apply on both lower and upper lashes for full look of this trend.
A touch of silver.
Whether it’s some metallic liner or some eye shadow, try to incorporate silver in your makeup look and you’re in!!
The bleached brow.
Forget about eyebrows on fleek if you want to make up with this trends. “Barely there” eyebrows are in for the season. The bleaching is up to the daring ones. Not my favorite trend though
A glossy wet look.
Add a touch of gloss as I mentioned before maybe in your eyelids. Of course on your lips. Try mix and match the trends with a glossy finish. Maybe the smokey or the bold dark lips. We’re talking extra wet look to catch the light as much as we can.