We’ve rightfully taken note of all of the looks that we want to copy from Fall Fashion Week I mean if we’re going to sit through the shows and slave over the trend reports, this is clearly where the benefits come in.
We pulled out some of the prettiest, yet most accessible looks from this past season to start getting our hands into now. Read below for our favorite looks and some tips to complete them!
At Chloe the bronze shadow that was blended up into the lids is a great example of “raising heights.” We saw a lot of borders crossed with colors this season, with shades often reaching the brow and being swiped out past the end of the lashes. With a color in the mid-range like this shade used at Chloe, it’s not as daunting to experiment with how far you take it. Make sure to also use lots of mascara intense lashes were so in on the runways!
Giorgio Armani’s use of liner was definitely eye-catching in the best way possible. The extended cat eye on the top lash line was simply met by an extended line on the bottom, but the two lines never meet. Just make sure to keep the rest of your face pretty natural and all attention on your eyes.
Marni’s use of purple in varying shades on the eye was a soft and subtle way to play with color. Smudging a deeper shade underneath the lower lash line and a lighter shade along the top lid, this is an easy look to pull off in the springtime as well.
YSL showed us how to embrace two things: our eyelashes, and nude lips. And, the look is just lovely. Something that we saw over and over again on the runways were bold lashes (and don’t forget your brows ladies stop overtweezing!) but finding a great mascara is key. Try Giorgio Armani’s Eyes To Kill Excess Mascara for extra intensity.