Fall 2016 Hair And Makeup Trends You Need To Know About

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While the clothing parading down the runways takes center stage at fashion week, the hair and makeup trends that emerge prove equally important for the season ahead. A new wave of gorgeous beauty looks made their debut at NYFW, but you don’t have to wait until fall to wear them. Here, see the best of beauty from the recent runways, from effortlessly cool hair to eye-catching lips and lids.

Courtesy of Vera Wang

Take On These Trends

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Proof that a true classic never goes out of style, red lipstick is here to stay.

Proenza Schouler, Thomas Wylde, Cushnie et Ochs

Courtesy of Aveda, Courtesy of Aveda, Courtesy of Garnier Fructis

Bedhead to the max: Romantic tendrils, fuzzy braids and yesterday's ponytails made a statement on the runways this season.

Charles Youssef, Rebecca Minkoff, Public School

Courtesy of Nars, Courtesy of Nars, Courtesy of Leanne Marshall

The eye shadow color of the season, copper, is as versatile as it is beautiful.

Alexander Wang, Noon by Noor, Leanne Marshall

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Fashion girls everywhere still prefer to ditch the hair ties altogether in lieu of a savvy collar tuck. We're not complaining.

Lacoste, Vera Wang, Vera Wang

Courtesy of L'Oreal Professionnel, Courtesy of Stila, Courtesy of Wella Professionals

Make a statement with your eyeliner by playing with new colors, shapes and sooty lower lash lines.

Pamella Roland, Alice and Olivia, Jeremy Scott

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Braids are still going strong but this season—skip the basic plaits and opt for fishtails, inverted styles and ones wrapped into playful buns.

Mansur Gavriel, Mansur Gavriel, Rachel Zoe

Courtesy of NARS, Courtesy of NARS, Courtesy of Stila

Who said goth couldn't be gorgeous? Some of our favorite designers opted for moody pouts this season.

Marc Jacobs, Rodarte, Nicholas K

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Hair accessories come in all shapes and sizes—experiment with a velvet-wrapped ponytail or honeycomb headband.

Katie Ermilio, Pamella Roland, Suno

Courtesy of Sephora Pro, Courtesy of NARS, Courtesy of Butter London

Color doesn't have to be seasonal. Technicolored lids run the gamut this fall from bold brights, pastels and metallic hues.

Mara Hoffman, Noon by Noor, Milly

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These sculptural ponytails belong in a gallery but also look just as great for a day at the office.

Jonathan Simkhai, Protagonist, Leanne Marshall

Courtesy of NARS, Courtesy of NARS, Courtesy of Stila

Youthful-looking stained lips with feathered edges are perfectly coquettish for day or night.

Tanya Taylor, 3.1 Phillip Lim, Banana Republic

Courtesy of Deborah Lippmann, Courtesy of Deborah Lippmann, Courtesy of NARS

Bangs continue to be the crowd-favorite cut. Lucky for you, clip-ins are also a thing—in case making the chop isn't on your to-do list.

Kate Spade, Raquel Allegra, Tanya Taylor

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The smoky eye is the LBD of beauty. This season it gets an update with an even smokier bottom lash line.

Tadashi Shoji, Leanne Marshall, Diane Von Furstenberg

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Waves crashed the runways hard this season, spanning natural and statement iterations of the look.

Jenny Packham, Mara Hoffman, Opening Ceremony