Season after season, Instagram is flooded with new makeup ideas that are predicted to trend for the next few months. And while there’s no right or wrong when it comes to the makeup you choose at any point in the year (it’s supposed to be fun—not restrictive!), we can’t help but love the innovative ways people change their makeup looks each season—especially during the colder months. So, in order to save you the hassle of sifting through your Instagram feed for the best fall looks, we’ve curated a few of our favorites below. Read on!
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The Classic Berry Lip
As a constantly reoccurring trend for fall, this classic berry lip shade isn’t going anywhere this season. For this exact hue, use the Tom Ford Lip Color Matte in Black Dahlia ($55)—it’s the one worn by the model in this image!
Burnt Orange Lids
While sunrise-reminiscent shades are commonly seen during the summer, this burnt orange color looks just like freshly fallen leaves, making it perfect for a fall eye look.
Combine ruby red, chocolate and golden hues to recreate this multi-dimensional look.
Similar to thumbprint eye shadow, this ombré look is perfect for someone who’s looking to make a statement without having to create precise lines along the eye.
It’s hard to dislike a good glitter eye (it makes all eye colors sparkle!), but to keep it from looking too much like a New Year’s Eve look, tone it down with some gloss and a neutral base—just like this look created by MUA Katie Jane Hughes.
Pink Sorbet Eye Shadow
Pink shadow doesn’t have to mean looking like an allergy sufferer. Instead, try this understated look since it’s both tasteful and flattering.
As possibly one of the biggest makeup trends for fall, purple liner, shadow and even mascara is the perfect way to update your look this season.
A Bronze Finish
Skip the summery gold shades and try out a deeper bronze finish instead this season.
For ultra-thick eyeliner, try the Marc Jacobs Beauty Magic Marc’er Precision Pen ($30). It’s what celebrity makeup artist, Hung Vanngo, used to create this dramatic look and we can’t help but love the payoff.
Glossy Chocolate Lips
Dark lipstick doesn’t have to mean firetruck reds or vampy berry shades. To set yourself apart, try a glossy chocolate lipstick like this one.