The days of dewy skin and bronzed cheeks have come to an end as we say goodbye to summer this week.
With fall knocking at the door and coming in hot, it's time to get your black liner, red lipstick and rose blush ready for the new season ahead.
We've rounded up some of the fall beauty trends to expect this season from one of our favourite sources of inspiration: Instagram! These beauty gurus provide an endless amount of ideas for the makeup you'll want to rock this season.
Check them out below:
1. Go Red Or Go Home
Go back to basics with a classic red lip. Brick-red shades has been missing in action for a few seasons now, but lets just say we're welcoming it back with open arms. Another option is to go ultra vampy -- moodier hues like burgundy and purple will definitely keep you in style.
2. Smudge This
Leave those defined lines behind this fall and go for a bold smudged eye. Whether it's scribbled or winged, focus your liner around the base of the eyelash.
3. Someone Call The Fire Department, Because Your Eyes Are Smoky
Ah, yes. Smoky eye season is upon us. This autumn, it's all about the rocker chic eye. The secret to the perfect eye is to blend like there's no tomorrow. Keep things looking soft, rather than intense. Use luxe colours like golds, bronzes and silvers for those extra pops of colour.
4. Brow Game Strong
When is the brow ever out of style? Achieve those Cara Delevingne-esque arches by drawing in individual hairs rather than trying to create solid lines.
5. Sky High Lashes
Don't be afraid to add falsies and layer on the mascara. Make your eyes the star of your beauty look.
6. Nude Is The New Nude
If you're going to transition your nude lip from summer to fall, make sure your nude is one shade lighter than your natural lip colour.
7. Bare It All
No makeup makeup is back. And this time around, it's about keeping skin candlelit. Instead of applying foundation to your entire face, go for a concealer in areas you need it most.
8. A Pop Of Rose
Ditch the bronzer and go for a simple peach or rose blush this season. You'll want to keep your skin looking healthy and subtle.
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