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Harpers Bazaar’s 2019 Autumn/Winter Make-Up Trends


Harpers Bazaar’s 2019 Autumn/Winter Make-Up Trends

The 2019 autumn/winter catwalks saw some returns of some oldies, but goodies; such as, smokey eyes, red lips, and outdoorsy blush. So whatever your style, we feel confident that you can find a way to express yourself using one of these new (and old) trends.

Matte Red Lips

The catwalks saw matte red lips combined with fierce wings of liner and very minimal other make-up to speak of. If you’re the type to only bring your bright red lipstick out on special occasions or date night, then get out of your comfort zone and pop that color on during the day.

Flush of Blush

Across the catwalks outdoorsy blush was featured with soft pink lips and minimal eye make-up. Proving that the monotone make-up look is here to stay. So if you’re more of a minimalist when it comes to your make-up regime, then you’re already trending!

Graphic Eyes

If there’s one thing you can count on at fashion week, it’s experimental eye make-up. And this year was no let down. This year’s look is more of a cross between retro and futuristic. At Dior, anime-like Twiggy liner was the focus, while floating flicks were seen at numerous shows, including Moon Young Hee, and at Giambattista Valli models' eyes were framed with black and white lines before metallic silver lashes were attached to the lower lids.

Smoky neutrals

Tom Ford put smoky eyes back on the fashion week map, with this dimensional smoked out eye make-up. Elsewhere on the catwalks, smoky neutrals on the eyes, cheeks and lips made for a soft monotone palette that oozed understated elegance.

Dewy lips

Lipgloss girls; rejoice. Whether thanks to gloss or balm, dewy lips in real skin shades were all over the catwalks. Now high-shine needn't mean sticky, with modern make-up formulas that feel nourishing and lightweight replacing gloopy glosses.

Shots of Neon

Flashes of colour brightened up the eyes at the likes of Guy Laroche, Carolina Herrera and Natasha Zinko. For the former, classic liner was made youthful and cool thanks to flaming pink flicks framing the upper lash lines.

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