1. Fake Freckles..
Thanks to some pretty out-of-the-box beauty trends, one of the latest to land on U.S. shores is faux freckles. While there are many of my clients who want to cover or eliminate their natural freckles, this trend may make them think twice. “If you don’t have any freckles, place them on you nose and cheeks and a few in the center of your forehead. Use waterproof cream or gel pencils in neutral tones to create fake freckles so they stay put all day.”
Remember makeup looks of the 1990s? It was all about dark, vampy colors in shades of plums, browns and black. Spotted all over the fall 2016 runway shows, goth-inspired makeup is back. But this time around, it’s more luxe and glamorous. “It’s all about deep berry lips in matte textures, which is different from the grungy style of the '90s” If you’re going to jump on the trend, pair matte lips with dewy skin for a look that’s fresh and radiant. “Add a pop of shine on your cheekbones or eyelids and lots of mascara. The mix of textures is important in making the makeup feel modern.
3. High Shimmer Shadow..
While matte makeup is still in, eye shadow with shimmer and shine is re-emerging after a hiatus. Most shimmer shadows offer some sort of subtle dimension. And, even though the shadows are powder-based, they almost feel like a cream when they’re applied, which delivers serious color payoff (even more so when you apply them wet).