Top 5 Beauty Trends for Fall 2018

1)    The 60s with a modern touch-Anna Sui


An inspiration from the swinging 60s was seen on the NYFW runway at Anna Sui’s show. Makeup artist PatMcGrath revamped the 60s looks with an unique touch of her own. Floating eyeliner by using vibrant pinks and violets were seen and lips were kept super glossy with dramatic lashes. This look is going to be the IT look for Fall 2018 for sure amongst the fashion and beauty industry.

2)    Sultry and Sweet- Christian Siriano


The smokey eye got an update at Christin Siriano show where vibrant pink shadows with blue liner on the bottom with ultra-glossy lips were the highlight. There's something effortless and cool about the blurry, faded look. To get it, makeup artists are ditching bold, bright hues in favor of lipsticks that enhance their client's natural lip color by the use of glosses and lip plumpers. Grace Jones-inspired color block eye makeup and regal low ponytails accessorized with three barrettes. 

3)    Dramatic Lashes – Dries Van Noten


As models walked down the show at Dries Van Noten in Paris, there was a major beauty moment that stood out: thick, colored lashes in gorgeous jewel-toned hues. Makeup artist Peter Phillips applied eight different shades, some of which he custom-mixed for the occasion. All the models had big, colored lashes. Chemical yellow, bright orange, deep purple, shocking blue, chartreuse, billiard green, and brick colours were used to create these looks.

4)   80s Drama- Marc Jacobs


Marc Jacobs brought back the 80s drama in a major way. For his fall 2018 runway show, the designer's cues for hair and makeup went  back to the decade's near-neon hues and full-on glamour. There was no place for effortless or natural here—Jacobs' models this season were all about being done-up. The '80s vibes continued on the makeup front with dramatic eyes. Lead makeup artist Diane Kendal worked with nine different jewel-toned eyeshadows to coordinate with each models' outfit and hat.  She pressed glitter shadow into the eyes with her fingertips, blending outward past the brows, then intensifying with gel liner and liquid liner. 

5)    Punk Rock Glamour- Jill Stuart

Punk rock smoky eye meets glamour. Instead of the usual greys and blacks, this dramatic look was created using warm metallic bronzes and gold. Rock n’ roll tousled waves and sunset-inspired smoky eyes were the USP of the whole look.

So get your hands on the cult beauty products of the season and be Fall ready in no time!