Today is the first day of New York Fashion week which for all fashion enthusiasts means you’re either getting dressed up, watching other people get dressed up or both. There are lots of fun trends on the horizon with a heavy emphasis on the glamor, but how does this transcend into makeup looks? Allow me to guide you through 3 of the most popular emerging makeup trends this season.
- Soft Rosy Lips
This season has given rise to a more natural take on makeup. We’re seeing more natural faces of make-up to give off a natural beauty look, and part of this is about removing the crisp painted-on look we normally see with lipstick. In order to achieve this more organic look, start by picking a deep red that will compliment your skin, and then use your finger or a makeup brush to blur the edges. This will create a softer edge and a more lived-in look. It’s like the lipstick equivalent of a shag haircut: it’s beautiful and low-maintenance.
- Graphic Eye-Liner
Graphic eyeliner looks have been steadily on the rise this year, but they seem to be making their mark this season especially. This is the perfect trend for artists or anyone looking to get creative because there are literally no rules. As long as it’s bold and you feel confident with it, then it’s working. You could try experimenting with just the line or just the color, or if you’re really feeling bold, you could do both. Black is sure to look good with anything, as it never goes out of style, but fun pops of color are really in right now, so if you’re looking to make the most of this moment, then pick a hue from the rainbow.
- Blue and Green Eyeshadows and Liners
These two colors have a strong grip on stylists right now. This is another one of those bold make-up looks that may take some confidence to wear, but it doesn’t necessarily need to be. If you’re looking to grab attention, then go for a neon green or blue; you could even make the most of two trends by turning them into a more artistic eyeliner look. But if you’re just looking to feel stylish without doing all the tricks, then try a more natural green that compliments your skin, and do a light dusting of the eyeshadow towards the middle of your eyelid for a more lowkey take on the trend.