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ately, we have seen some gorgeous trends on the runways that are sure to get some serious attention this fall. I have rounded up my all-time favorite looks that are wearable for the everyday girl. Sure, the runway can offer inspiration to us “normal” gals, however not always are the looks on the catwalk suitable for the office, date night or day-to-day wear. Take these suggestions below, test them out and make them your own!
BAT THOSE LASHES
INTENSIFY THAT POUT For fall, gone are the days of cycling through your favorite nude and pink shades each day. It’s time to add some drama! The trend we saw making a regular statement was the dark, gothic-inspired lip. I would recommend using a shade with a berry or deep wine undertone so that it’s not too scary to your co-workers. If you’re a bit shy, pull this dramatic shade out at night once the sun goes down. MAC “Diva” is a staple when it comes to a dramatically fierce lip. Anastasia “Vamp”, which is a deep burgundy shade, is another great option if you like something more long-wearing.
Twiggy-inspired lashes were all the rage on the catwalk this year. The bigger, the better was the mantra for both the upper and lower lashes at shows like Carven, Christian Dior and Nina Ricci. Opt for a volumizing and thickening mascara like L’Oreal Voluminous in Blackest Black, Too Faced “Better Than Sex”, or Charlotte Tilbury’s “Full Fat” mascara. Two to three coats on both the top and bottom is absolutely necessary.
B R I T T A N Y G R A Y is a beauty expert, entrepreneur and nationally recognized actress and television personality. She is the founder of Fancy Face Inc., one of Canada’s top luxury mobile beauty companies, specializing in hair and makeup services for weddings, special events, entertainment industry functions, and celebrity glamour. Online at fancyface.ca
FALL FASHION ISSUE 2016