The Makeup Trends Everyone Will Be Wearing This Fall

by Stephanie Montes

Who says you can’t take beauty looks straight from the runway? We scoured our favorite fashion shows for the best makeup trends you can actually wear in real life. From moody lips to smoky lids, this is just the wave of inspiration you’ve been waiting for.

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Whether you prefer peachy pinks or moody mauves, wearing your favorite shade on your cheeks, eyes and lips is not only on trend, it's easy to execute. Use a multi-stick to add a monochromatic flush of color on all your favorite features.

Bora Aksu
Bottega Venetta
Etienne Aigner

While we'll never ditch our classic black cat eye, this season, the age-old trend is getting a fresh spin. From multi-colored strokes to all-new placement, the eyes have it.

Elisabetta Franchi
Marco de Vincenzo
Emilio de la Morena
Paul Costelloe

An oldie but goodie, the smoky eye is back and better than ever. Ranging from gunmetal grays to matte blacks, pair your favorite dark eye shadow with an equally sooty eyeliner to kick up your evening look.

Elie Saab
Yuna Yang
Julien Macdonald
Ashley Williams
Armani Prive

Once upon a time, colder months were for neutrals. This season, the color palette is bolder and brighter than ever. Whether you prefer a striking eye shadow or a poppy pout, summer shades are no longer a fall faux pas.

Carmen Marc Valvo
Vivienne Westwood
Oscar De La Renta

There's nothing like bold, in-your-face lashes to catch someone's eye. Pile on the mascara and don't even bother combing it out. This season is all about clumpy fringe.

Zuhair Murad

If bright colors aren't in your beauty wardrobe, reach for a shade just as bold but much more moody. Colors ranging from dark brown to deep oxblood pair perfectly with your fall wardrobe.

Giambattista Valli
Rahul Mishra
Arthur Arbesser

There's nothing more luxe than unapologetically piling on the gold. Wear your favorite gilded shades on your lids, as eyeliner or in the corners for a look as romantic as it is modern.

Alexis Mabille
Guo Pei
Laura Biagiotti
Luisa Beccaria

We're loving the new feathered lip look, but don’t call it an ombré. Gradating from dark to light, this trend is achieved by blotting on your favorite lip color starting on the inner edges of your lips. Top with a gloss for a shiny finish or leave it matte for a lived-in look.

Nicole Miller
Giambattista Valli
Emporio Armani
Erin Fetherston