With summer 2015 coming to a close, fall 2015 is stepping in and taking over. Bringing along with it a new slew of beauty trends. As summer ends, we say good-bye to contouring and colored smokey eyes and "HELLO!" to fall kissed skin and striking black eye liner. Time to put away those contouring kits, ladies, and replace them with a clean, natural looking makeup and a pink blush. The idea behind this look is to maintain an ethereal presence usually obtained by walking around outside in the crisp fall air. Since you don't get much sun in the fall, you skin becomes lighter and more luminous. This is where the blush comes in. When you apply blush to the apples of your cheeks and blend it out, it gives you the flushed look of walking outside without actually walking outside!
An essential fall trend is the dynamic black eyeliner. This involves playing with your eyeliner outside of the seductive cat eye. It can include just the lining of the inner eye to an even bolder outline of the lower lashes. Some even go as far as to include a second stripe just above the initial flick to bring more drama to the eye area. If you are feeling even more daring, try your hand at applying a more artistic approach to your eyeliner game. This season's runway has seen tear drops at the corner of the eye to tiny butterfly wings. This is the season where anything that intensifies your eyes for a more daring look is in! Coupled with the strong brow that carries over into this fall, your eyes will be the spotlight this season.
Other Honorable Fall 2015 Beauty Trend Mentions:
1: Dark, Bold Lip Color
It's all about the mysterious purples, the flaming reds, and the shadowiest of blacks. It works in perfect harmony with the bold eyeliner and creates a strong contrast with the natural, radiant look.
2: Fall Inspired Eye Shadow
Time to bring out the oranges, reds, and light browns that not only signify Mother Nature's transition into fall, but yours as well.
This just confirms that the Fall 2015 is all about the eyes. Nothing draws attention to them like a straight bang. It frames the face, bringing the focus down just below the fringe, which is where your eyes are. If that doesn't say, "The eyes are the prize." I don't know what does.