It’s the season of the falling leaves and with autumn in full swings in most areas, the season change demands a change in the look of a typical summer bride. Gone are the beach-orange shades of lipstick and the bold winged eyeliner; it’s time to revamp your bridal look according to the fall season trends.
If your wedding is set somewhere in this month or the next, you might want to check out the fall beauty trends to inspire your bridal look. It’s important to remember that these trends are for you to get inspired only and not to be followed down to the tee. Experiment with what looks best on you before choosing your final makeup and hairstylefor your big day.
Maroon Shades of Lipstick
With the launch of big cosmetic lines and their liquid lipstick products like Kylie Cosmetics, Huda Beauty and Color Pop, unconventional lipstick shades have taken the beauty industry by storm. One such unique shade is a deep berry maroon color. The shade varies from purple undertones to red undertones and it matches perfectly with the colors of fall. This shade of lipstick might come off as too dark for some women but it definitely makes an impression so make sure to check it out.
Smoky Eye Makeup
Smoky eye shadow is the staple fall makeup technique to adopt. Cut back on the eyeliner and try a sultry eye shadow look instead. This will leave your eye makeup looking dramatic yet soft at the same time – a perfect fall makeup inspiration.
Bronzers and Highlighters
Highlighter powder is a great way to shine on an otherwise colorless fall day. Adding a dash of bronzer powder to your look will enhance the color on your face. But be careful not to overdo the bronzer. You don’t want to end up looking as orange as the leaves behind you.
For all your bridal makeup needs this fall, hire a professional wedding makeup artist to help you achieve the perfect fall bride look.
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