Marked by temperature drops along with the influx of sweaters, boots and jackets flooding department store shelves, the seasonal shift from summer to fall/winter is once again upon us. Just because bikini season is officially over doesn’t mean that all style options have flown South. Thanks to the surge in chic choices available for eyes, lips and nails, we’ve enlisted the help of some of Detroit’s beauty industry’s elite to navigate this fall’s make-up mania and pinpoint the pulse of what’s hot off the runway. Glitter, gray-slate smoky eye, red or wine lips, cat eye, orange or prune shadow or barely there, whichever way you paint your face, warm up those winter months with these eight fierce takes on make-up from our local beauty experts.
“We absolutely adore Fall 2013 make-up trends. They make a bold statement by channeling all things sexy, flirty, and elegant. Fall 2013 trends are for the confident woman who can quietly walk into a room and immediately steal the show. We call these ladies “show stoppers.” These trends are certainly not for the faint of heart.” -- My Brown Box (mybrownbox.com)
“This season's makeup trends are quite beautiful and there are plenty of options to fit any woman's personal taste, from conservative to very edgy, such as the intense dotting of mascara along the lower rims.” -- Karen Buscemi, Editor for StyleLine Magazine
“When it comes to fall, you can actually play up the dark looks as well as the lighter looks. Its the season for both dramatic and simple makeup.” -- Ebony Bridges, MUA for No Vanity Honey (novanityhoney.com)
“I think that this year all of the makeup trends are well matched to the designers choices of colors and fabrics . The trends are also very consumer friendly- very easy to duplicate, and there is definitely something for every personality type.” -- Kimberly Jones, MUA
“Just because it is fall doesn't mean we have to stick to tradition. Hence your question below I wish bright colors for fall, and I wish that the trend that would die is every fall we don't have to see a brown, orange blush and lip. We don't have to match our makeup to the change of the leaves.”
-- Lisa Glickoff, CEO Astute Artistry & Center For Film Studies
Subscribe To All Things Detroit Beauty by Qiana M. Davis (Click Subscribe To Sign Up)