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Makeup Trends for Fall/winter 2019-2020 that will Make you Stylish

The enduring classics confirmed their ramp suitability, with black and red lips, blue mascara and smoky eye still lush at the fall/winter concerts. But this winter brings bolder, flaunting inventions with it, specific emphasis brings set out on the eyes. The latest makeup trends that make you classy is Arty eyelashes and teddy girl liner. So, here I introduced some latest makeup trends that intimate the runways.

1. Imitative eyelashes

Spotted at Brandon Maxwell, Tomo Koizumi

Imitative eyelashes

Eyes took the main spotlight in fall/winter. The Arty lashes make a huge comeback. That was an outlook backstage at both Brandon Maxwell and Tomo Koizumi. At Brandon Maxwell, the cosmetologist Tom Pecheux create this look by applying several coats of mascara, go around by few lashes in tactical points. The goal is to look like cool and sophisticated.

2. Smudgy lips

Spotted at Jonathan simkhai, Priscavera

Smudgy lips

The wine-stained lips looked so fire. This classical shade gains a present-day update. It’s a much blotted outlook. The Maybelline Artist Grace Lee create this look by mixing the lip liner and lipstick and then smooth some powder on that to create the velvety bold diffused look.

3. Smokey eyeshades

Spotted at Tom Ford

Smokey eyeshades

The Smokey eye-shadow make lasted update in industry. The makeup artist Diane Kendal opted for the Smokey eyes with the hints of pinks. To create this sexy and smoldering look she popped some gloss across the eyelids.

4. Pink eye-shadow

Spotted at chrome

Pink eye-shadow

The pink eyeshade is not common shade you see in fall/ winter. But the lead makeup artist at Chromat opted for this neon shade eye look. She scatters on Magenta on the external corner of the eyelids. This is outstanding pink for eye-catching personality.

5. No Highlighter

Spotted at Tom Ford

No Highlighter

Highlighter is everyone’s choice but this season the celebrity’s want to glow without any Shiny highlighter. At tom ford, the cosmetologist Diane Kendal makeup their models by applying foundation only in their skin that each girl glows with her even skin. This gives the instantly bright finish where no highlighter needed.