Friday, September 30, 2011

Fall Beauty Trends

Hey Everyone! The first day of fall has finally past and I just can't wait to start mixing it up and wear all the new trends in beauty like deeper than night polishes and metallic finishes. Without further adue, here is the latest on all things fall-inspired.

~Beauty~

The Trend: Dark as night nails

Sephora by O.P.I Metro
Chic
O.P.I Siberian Nights
I just love super deep, dark colors for the fall time and without fail every year, this trend comes back full-force, which is definitely a good thing for my nail obsession!









The Trend: Metallic Lids

I for one, just love anything super sparkly and shiny, so naturally, I gravitate to this trend like a mosquito to a lamp. Plus, this trend looks great on dark, dashing divas and flirtatious fair ladies alike.

Courtesy of: www2.emmagem.com

Courtesy of: makeupall.net













The Trend: Daringly Bold Brows

Bushy browed girls rejoice! No more over tweezing and drawing in barely there brows because this fall, shapely bold brows are making headlines on runways, in magazines and on real women which means no more painful plucking or spending a small fortune for a professional waxing, time to them go au-natural!

Courtesy of: www.ilikeitshiny.blogspot.com
Courtesy of: www.ilikeitshiny.blogspot.com














Hope you enjoyed catching up on the trends!
Which trend will you be wearing this fall?
Tell me in the Comments!

6 comments:

devorelebeaumonstre. said...

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Rachel said...

Technically the first day of fall was Sept. 23. I like the nail polish.

-Rachel
http://www.wethrowrocksatcars.blogspot.com

Beauty on a College budget said...

I like all the trends except the eyebrow one. I get mine waxed every 3 to 4 weeks, I don't get them thinned just shaped. SO I'm gonna keep what I'm doing but I am totally embracing the the dark nail polish trends!

Lindsey said...

I love the nail polish colors! ;)

xoxo Lindsey

http://lindseysbellavita.blogspot.com/

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