Four Smoking-Hot Fall Beauty Trends to Try Tonight

As the Global Artistic Director for Laura Gellar makeup, Ashlee Glazer knows a thing or two about emerging trends. She sees the latest and greatest in makeup and fashion on runways and award shows alike, and takes those keen observations straight to the brand to help develop must-have palettes and products.

We asked Glazer to share the top four beauty trends she’s loving for fall—so get your skin primed and your pouts smooth, it’s time for a little lesson in looking gorgeous this season and beyond.

SMOKY EYES: One of the hottest looks we will see this fall are smoky eyes. To create the perfect ‘cool girl’ smokey eye, use washes of blacks with accents of greys, silvers, and cool tones all over the lid. Apply this eyeliner in black on the lid, as close to the lashline as possible. Then, gently blend it out for a diffused effect. Another way to create the look is by using this eyeshadow palette. It can make help create a smokey eye with its mix of warm and cool undertones.

GREEN EYES: Green is a must-have hue this season, with a variety of deep emerald shades emerging on the trend-setting scene. Whether it be used as an all over hue or as an accent liner to enhance your natural beauty, this look is easily achievable and customizable to your style. A deep emerald all over the lid creates a fun, more dramatic look. To recreate at home, try Laura Geller’s Foliage Fabulous 3-piece Collection.

MONOCHROMATIC NUDES: Monochromatic nudes are making a comeback in a big way this season. Cindy Crawford, recently debuted a look featuring monochromatic warm rose lips, cheeks, and shadow. To replicate, use Laura Geller Baked Lipstick in Soho Nude, matched with a mix of of rose golds, pinks, and cranberry hues from the this Eye Shadow Palette to sculpt and shape the eye.

SCARLET LIP: Another look to love for fall is a strong deep burgundy lip. This super-rich, feminine hue is perfect for fall and has been seen all over the season’s hottest runways. To achieve this look at home, dap on a deep lipstick with your fingers for a stained, soft effect. Or, apply directly from the tube for a more dramatic finish.

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