Fall 2012 and Winter 2013 Makeup / Beauty Trends

Fall 2012 and Winter 2013 Makeup / Beauty Trends. Key makeup and beauty trends seen from the runway...

Fall 2012 and Winter 2013 Makeup / Beauty Trends. Key makeup and beauty trends seen from the runway. For all of my beauty lovers, I know that you have been patiently waiting for me to reveal some of fall's hottest trends, and now the time has come for them to be listed. Over the past few weeks I've already started showing you some of the latest fall makeup collections, and in combining them with looks from the runway I've come up with the top must have trends. Look below to see what they are. Deep Pigmented Lips - Always a favorite for the fall season. Stick with dark blood like red lips for fall 2012.

Heavy Liners and Creative Liner Designs - Try something new with your eyeliner this fall and create unique and exotic lines around your eyes.

Vibrant Eyelid Colors - From colorblocking being featured on the eyelids to very bold hues. Spice up your eyeshadow this season with tons of bold colors.

Nude Lipstick - Balance your bold eyeliner looks and vibrant eyeshadow shades with a neutral nude lip.

Bold Eyebrows - Create the perfect brow this season with bold full and thick eyebrows.

Neutral Natural Makeup - If you want something simple, or if you're just afraid to go bold this season, try look of bare neat faces.

Brown Basics - Along with neutral shades, play around with deeper brown hues to create the ultimate fall look.

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