You may admire the fall wardrobe, but you can’t wear it yet since it’s still too warm. Instead, we have four cool make-up and hair trends from fall 2019 that you can try A.S.A.P.
1. Crimson Lips
Photos: Left: Oscar de la Renta, Right: Luisa Beccaria
Simple, velvety crimson lips rule the runway of fall 2019 shows. Paired with different hairstyles that create a series of edgy and regal looks, Emporio Armani, Luisa Beccaria, Oscar de la Renta, and Paco Rabanne brought back the hotness of red lipstick this season. Pro Make-Up Artist Pat McGrath paired the blood-red lips with wet, slicked-back hair in Paco Rabanne. While Oscar de la Renta oozing an ultra-elegant vibe by matching the velvety red with large-wavy curl hair.
2. Warrior Goddess Braids
Photos: Left: Ulla Johnson, Right: Max Mara
This year, braids hairstyle is replacing the casual ponytail to give you an instant edgy and powerful look. It may take some time and help to create it but it will worth the wait. In Max Mara simple knot braids came out strong with swept back bangs. Meanwhile, at Ulla Johnson, the girls were sporting the Dutch braid style which is basically a French braid, but instead of passing the hair over each strand, you’re doing it underneath. It allows the braid to sit on top of the head, as opposed to weaving in towards the head in an inverted fashion.
3. ’80s Rosewood Look
Photos: Left: Chloé, Right: Kate Spade New York
When you want to go for colour, choose rosewood. Both at Chloé and Kate Spade New York, the girls were looking as disco babes. Chloé uses shimmery-finish eyeshadows and full-on smokey eyes with a blend of yellow gold eyeshadows. But at Kate Spade New York, the rosewood eyeshadows were just smeared heavily on the top middle eyelids and matched it with rosewood lipstick.
4. Bombshell Waves
Photos: Left: Kate Spade New York, Right: 3.1 Phillip Lim
From the hip, ’80s crimped hair to shiny wave hair, skip on have your hair cut and let your hair down for this sexy style. Look polished and stylish; it’s time to put your curling ironing skills to the test.