Makeup, like any other aspect of fashion, has trends that come and go. Below are a few of the makeup trends you can expect for fall of 2019. These are the looks designers had walking down the runway as well as a few predictions for what will be hot in fall. They’re the finishes, shades and combinations you’ll want to incorporate in your fall wardrobe. A few are makeup trend you’d expect to show up in the crisp, new season and a few of them are unexpected.
Blush is back baby. While a lot of designers had their models walking down the runway with blush similar to that of the 1980s that doesn’t mean that’s how every blush should be worn. In modern times blush is less about being over the top and more about enhancing a natural glow from within. Plus more brands are becoming inclusive allowing for a ride range of shades to cater to every skin tone.
While summer may seem like the time you’d want to wear the least amount of makeup fall 2019 is following suit. Rather than reverting back to layers of foundation, a new makeup trend is barely-there makeup. While there is still makeup on this model it all compliments her complexion and her skin tone. This makeup trend is meant to enhance your natural beauty. Whether that be hiding a few blemishes, enhancing a natural brow or just enough eyeshadow to really bring out your eyes.
As the new decade approaches, designers and makeup artists are turning away from all matte everything. Instead, they’re opting for a more dewy, refreshing and youthful look. Makeup with a dewy finish will help give the appearance of a more well-rested face. As well as making it look like you’re well-hydrated and young. This is a makeup trend that celebrates your skin and encourages you to take care of it rather than hide behind layers of drying foundation.
Fall isn’t all about simplicity. A lot of designers had disco fever this season and you can too. Similar to other makeup trends on this list this one is meant for having fun. It isn’t about perfecting a certain look it’s more meant to celebrate your love for makeup. Plus glitter makeup has come a long way making it much more wearable than previous years.
This matchy matchy, or monochromatic look, is one that has been shunned for the past few years. It encourages people to be bolder and have more fun with their makeup. This makeup trend is for anyone who loves to match their clothes because now you can match everything. With more vibrant lips becoming popular it’s easier to pair them with whatever eyeshadow you’re planning on wearing.
When I say that gloss is in, I mean that gloss is in. Whether it’s glossy lips, glossy lids or even glossy cheeks this is a makeup trend that doesn’t seem like it has any intention of slowing down. This trend goes hand in hand with dewy skin but amps it up. There are now plenty of glosses that are made specifically for your face or eyes too, which makes it safer and easier rather than apply normal lip gloss all over your face.
While fall can be the time most people break out their deep greys and charcoal, you should instead consider this makeup trend. Use neutrals that compliment your skin tone and create a smokey eye. This goes hand in hand with the idea of less is more when it comes to autumn.
Gone are the days of your lips looking like deserts. For fall one of the best makeup trends is the blotted lip look. Rather than slather on matte, liquid lipstick or even a full coverage velvet lipstick consider the look below. This look can be achieved through a stain, products that give less coverage or by simply applying your lipstick and blotting until you’ve found the shade you want. The quality of your lips will thank you.
This look was popular this year among designers like Vivienne Westwood, Gucci and more. Instead of intricately precise blending try recreating a splattered, almost watercolor look. What’s nice about this makeup trend is there isn’t a wrong or right way to do it. This is one that was meant for artistic souls.
Flash Of Color
While you don’t want your entire face covered in neon this fall you’ll want the occasional flash of color. This makeup trend requires you to place a subtle shade somewhere on your face. The eyes are a great way to incorporate this trend. Line your bottom or top lashes, both or even just a splash of color on your inner eye.