Fall Makeup Trends From Top Creative Director Lori Leib

It's officially fall, which means all eyes are on the new season in makeup trends. Lori Leib, Creative Director for Bodyography Professional Cosmetics has gathered some of her favorite looks from the recent runways that makeup artists can showcase on their clients this season.

Color Chameleon: A trend that take some clients to the edge and may require a bit of bravery to pull off. Pops of color on the lids, cheeks and lips were seen all over the runways and one of my favorites was from BCBG. The gorgeous wash of red eye shadow was all over the lids and not only is red an unexpected shade, but makes blue and green eyes really pop. Try playing around with Bodyography's Pure Pigment shadows. These pure pressed mineral shadows are super pigmented and infused with vitamins A & E. They blend gorgeously and can be applied wet or dry.

Glowing Skin and Bold Brows: This was a constant trend on the runways all year round and this look can flatter just about everyone. Bonus: it's rather simple to achieve. Add glow to skin with Bodyography's Radiance Boost and a beautiful cream blush such as La Rose. The combination of the two will give your client's skin a gorgeous healthy glow - try applying the small amount of the same blush to lips for an added rosy pout. To get this season's amazing natural brow, brush through the brows to get them in place and lightly fill in any gaps with a brow powder such as Bodyography's Essential Brow Trio. Keep the look soft and the effect will be gorgeous.

Heavy Metal: From the extremely dramatic to just a flash here and there, metallics are a top trend this fall and winter. The new metallics are so soft and shimmery they can be worn day or night depending on how and where you apply them. Bodyography's Crushed Pearl Cream Shadows are the perfect way to add some metallic glam to your client's look, as they are creamy and soft, making them easy to apply. All you need is a finger to achieve this season's metallic eye look. Swipe on the color of choice with your pointer finger and blend the edges with your middle finger. Add black liner and mascara and the look is good to go. This look flatters any eye color and can be as bold or as conservative as you like.

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