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Autumn Make-up Trends
05.10.2016
Maybelline New York

Maybelline New York

Armani Runway

Armani Runway

Sothys

Sothys

La Biostétique

La Biostétique

La Biosthétique

La Biosthétique

La Biosthétique

La Biosthétique

Giorgio Armani © David Sims

Giorgio Armani © David Sims

Lancôme © Mert & Marcus

Lancôme © Mert & Marcus

Autumn Make-up Trends

05.10.2016

The only make-up rule that applies this year is: wear what suits you. Because from scandalous to standard, everything is possible this season.


Spiderwoman: Long and luscious lashes are always what every woman wants. But this autumn there is something to give us a helping hand. Maybelline New York has developed a new Spider Effect Mascara. The new, innovative brush with conical bristles groups lashes and guarantees dramatic eyes.

Total beauty: La Biosthétique breaks the mould and presents looks that are not made for target groups, age groups or hair types, but instead have their eye on just one thing: individual beauty. The new collection is called Portraits of Total Beauty and shows that everyone is beautiful. Alex Dinter, international creative director, speaks of a new multiplicity of looks, hair textures and stylings – “precisely the way that our life plays out. Everything goes: we want to experiment, play – and baffle!” Sothys is also focusing on women’s natural beauty. The luminous tones of autumn are reflected in their new make-up collection: shimmering copper and gold combined with aubergine, brick and sienna red.

Sensualist: To celebrate her brand’s 25th year, Bobbi Brown found inspiration in her own passion: wine and chocolate. It is precisely these red and brown nuances that are reflected in the autumnal eyeshadows, rouge shades, dark lipsticks and nail varnishes in the Wine & Chocolate Collection.

Scandalous: Why be discreet? You only rock if you shock! That’s what Lloyd Simmonds, creative director of YSL Beauty, thought to himself when he developed the Scandal make-up collection for this autumn. With the couture palette he calls on us to find the courage to be different and have our own style.

Fashionable: This autumn Lisa Eldridge, creative director at Lancôme, was inspired by the colour spectrum and style of Julie de Libran, creative director at Sonia Rykiel. The result? Two eye palettes that are reminiscent of the typical Saint-Germain-des-Prés look.

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