As the weather turns colder and the sweaters turn thicker, you know for sure that fall is here! With fall, you pull out all of your fall candles and sweaters again and all of the great colors that come with fall. Change up your fall makeup look with these 20 fall makeup looks that you will love!
Pucker up, girly! Our favorite way to welcome the fall season is with a good berry lip. The beautiful colors of fall are a perfect way to seal the deal on your outfit and maybe even a date. Here’s some inspiration to get that perfect pucker.
1. Cut Crease
The perfect maroon shade of lipstick is perfect for any fall look. Printed on your grande Pumpkin Spice Latte, this berry shade will have you in the fall mood in no time.
2. Smokey Eye
Pair your berry lip with a dark eye look to bring the entire look together. With any gold jewelry that you have and some dark tones in your hair, it will make the perfect fall look for any fall day.
3. Golden Eyelids
We especially love dark looks with a little added gold to the makeup. A little extra sparkle to any fall makeup look is going to make the day great and festive during this fall time.
4. Sparkley Eyeshadow
Reds, purples, and even a mix of both are perfect for this time of year. We love this look because of how the look if bright and sparkly on top and dramatic and concise on the lips.
Orange and Red Toned Eyeshadow
Fall might be known for how dreary the weather is, but the colors are phenomenal! Another way to incorporate colors into your fall makeup look this year is with orange and red tones. Making your eye look dark and dramatic will scream all the fall vibes! Here are some inspo pics to get the look!
This is a fun spin to fall colors in this fall makeup look. A little electric flare to the traditional colors of pink, red, and orange creates a look that is flirty and fun during this time of year.
6. Bright Eyes and Sharp Brows
A different approach to the dark vibes of fall, we love this look for the brightness of the eyes mixed with the dramatic definition of the brows. The orange tones reflect the fun traditions during fall while still being festive.
7. Black Liner
Now, for the traditional colors and makeup look of fall. The dark tones of the fall leaves are mirrored in the eye look and outlined in the dramatic black liner to really define the eyes.
While your lipstick is matte and dark, keep your foundation dewey! The fall and winter months typically bring drier skin and your skin could use the extra love. Using a dewey foundation can help to bring some much needed moisture to your asking and can create a pretty fall makeup look.
8. Natural Glow
Using dewey foundation will also create a sort of ‘glow from within’ vibe with your fall makeup look. Use a darker bronzer and blush to bring on tall the fall vibes to your skin.
9. Au Naturale
Keep it natural with some liquid highlight, like the look below! This is a great fall makeup look for any fall activities you have planned because it’s not too flashy.
We love this look for how cute it is with the dewy foundation and freckles added to her skin! Get the look with any sort of eyeliner or even a special freckle tool to steal this look!
With the dark colors used in fall makeup, the lipstick part of your makeup can get a little messy. The last thing you want is lipstick on your teeth or on your favorite white sweater. To help keep everything in place and looking pretty all day is to use a matte lipstick! Start off with a moisturizing base before applying your lipstick so that your lips are not super dry throughout the day.
11. Brown Matte
Pair a matte lip with an orange and brown smokey eye like in the picture below. Don’t forget to add some sparkle to the inner corners of your eyes!
12. Red Matte
Try a red matte lip with a sparkly cut crease eyeshadow look like the one below! This fall makeup look is perfect for a party.
13. Dark Matte
Dark and mysterious, just like we like it! Dark brows, dark eyes, and a nice dark matte lip to go perfectly with your coziest fall sweater and riding boots!
14. Purple Matte
This look really wows us with the soft flow in the eyes, a nice winged eyeliner, and of course, the matte lipstick. Keep it all in check by keeping it matte!
Another trend that we love for the fall is dark and defined eyebrows. To wrap up your fall makeup look and to add some more dramatics to your look, add some more definition to your look with some brows that will wow!
15. Add an Accessory
Remember your eyebrows are cousins and not twins! We love this look because of the fun eye look topped off with a fun beanie to celebrate the season.
16. Winged Cut Crease
This fall makeup look is the epitome of a perfect fall look and a fall day. From the winged liner to the matte lipstick, we get all of the fall vibes with this one! The look is wrapped up with some dark brows to top it all off.
17. Defined Brows
A close up look at what we are loving this fall! The eye is drawn to the eye area with the definition of the brows in this look and the gold specs to make the darkness of the look glow.
To create a darker and more defined eye makeup look, you can add some winged eyeliner to top off your look. This helps to create an equally dramatic look that is also flirty and totally eye-catching (no pun intended)! Copy these looks the next time you do your fall makeup!
A fun way to bring in the holiday spirit this fall with the winged liner and a fun spin on fall colors! Not only will the orange draw everyone’s attention to your eyes, but the dramatic wing will have everyone oohing and ahhing at the sharpness!
19. Sparkley Liner
Try something new outside of the traditional winged liner look and add a little sparkle. This look defines the winged liner look of fall that we love with a fun spin of creativity.
20. Dark Lip and Winged Liner
Of all the things we could draw inspiration from, Kendall Jenner’s fall makeup look is our absolute favorite! With a dark lip look and some very defined cheekbones, we want to steal this look ASAP!
Which fall makeup looks are your favorite? Do you have another trend that you love? Tell us all about it in the comments below!
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