Pat McGrath Releases Makeup Trend Report For Fall Winter 2015
Jun 17, 2015 11:33 AM EDT
The legendary makeup artist Pat McGrath has released her trend report for Fall Winter 2015. Check out what's going to be trending in makeup once the cooler months come along.
Limitless Liner - McGrath says there will be two ways to rock this trend.
Lined In - The blackest kohl liner is applied inside the waterline and smudged at the lower lash line. Look to the runways of Lanvin for inspiration.
Iconographic - This eyeliner will be all about abstract graphic lines painted on or around the eyes for a fresh perspective. Draw inspiration from the catwalks of Anna Sui.
The Return of Statement Beauty - From the extravagant facial adornments at Givenchy to the surreal, abstract and three-dimensional graphic shapes in fluorescent hues on the eyes at Margiela, plan to make a statement with your makeup this fall.
Subdued Pastels - A subtle and soft enhancement of cream and pink sorbet hues on the lips will be in. Look to the runways of Prada and Miu Miu.
Floral Decadence - Lips will be stained in shades of rose while the cheeks are flushed in petal pinks. Mirror the looks of Bottega Veneta, Dolce & Gabbana and Alexander McQueen.
Poetic Nude - This is all about transparent semi-matte, perfect skin. The poetic quality comes from using light touches of foundation, highlights and loose powder. Check out Stella McCartney, Valentino and Gucci for inspiration.
Power Brows - Eyebrows will be a prominent feature for this upcoming season whether filled-in, feathered or strengthened for a tailored masculine aesthetic. Look to the shows of Jil Sander and Kanye West x Adidas.
Victorian Modernity/ Faded Roses - This trend will contrast austere elements from the Victorian era. Nude, paled down and porcelain skin will be offset with intricate facial jewelry. Try creating a faded rose effect on the lips and cheeks. Givenchy offers bold inspiration.
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This article was originally published on Fashion Times.