Call it Indian Summer hair. It used to be that sun-kissed ends went the way of cutoffs at the beginning of September. But this fall, Hollywood is keeping ombré alive. The celebrity poster child for the campaign: , who couldn’t last one week without her honey-blonde fade.
It’s the reverse French manicure with some added edge. Sarah Hyland did a red-and-bare version but we’re seeing lots of two-tone looks, with the triangle near the cuticle in a contrasting shade or even glitter.
If classic red elicits a been-there-done-that reaction from you, perhaps you should come over to the dark(er) side. Celeb Style Council member Jamie Chung picks a deep merlot shade that makes her pout really stand out.
Your go-to basic hairstyle for the gym is now appropriate for a wedding. Don’t believe us? Enter this photo of , whose pulled-back do looks elegant thanks to its sleek styling (and the section of hair wrapped around the elastic).
look is a hybrid of winged liner and a smoky eye, with most of the action happening at the outer lid and beyond. We like to think of it as a more attainable version of the Egyptian femme fatale’s signature heavily rimmed eyes.
It’s part red, part brown, part purple and all kinds of perfect for pairing with everything in your fall wardrobe. This hue first popped on the runways and now it’s a red carpet staple, recently spotted on tips.
We know your grandma told you to never leave the house without it (at least ours did), but red carpet regulars like are forgoing blush and going for a uniform complexion. One look at this photo should convince you to give rosy-pink powders and creams a rest.
There’s the smoky eye (see: Chrissy Teigen), and then there’s the smoky eye. Lily Collins opts for the latter, which consists of black liner all around the eyes (and inside the waterlines), as well as a dark gray shadow, false lashes and heavy mascara.
It’s clean, fresh and a definite backlash to the crazy nail art trends that reigned supreme this summer. Take a cute from Allison Williams and ditch the glitter, caviar, stickers and baubles for this barely-there polish.
Can it still be called a trend even though it comes into fashion without fail every fall? We say yes (since we never don’t get excited for its return!). This year, it’s all about really making your pout pop by keeping the rest of your makeup simple and equally classic (as Olivia Wilde does).