Fall 2019 Catwalk Trends You Need to Know

Twice a year, we wait for the biggest fashion shows in the world. What will the designers bring to the catwalk this time? Who stages the most spectacular show? What new, creative and extraordinary make-up look and hairstyles are there to showcase? We present you the best looks from extravagant to everyday casual.

Color up your eyes
Valentino, Iceberg and Michael Kors were extremely colorful. They drew the attention of viewer with eye-catching eyeshadows in pink and purple, generously and intensively applied on the models’ eyelids. Other designers, on the other hand, put on just an eyeliner instead of on eye shadow. For example, with Philipp Lim, two white curved lines were drawn over each eye, following the eyelid crease. Very geometric and in trend!

Lips to kiss
In the past few years, if you usually opt for matte colors, then the lip gloss is again very “in vogue”. Some designers sent their models on the catwalks with extremely glossy lips. The benefit of shimmering lip gloss: “Narrow lips look fresh and fuller,” explains beauty experts. Often shown, the classic red, which may like to go this year in the orange, such as Emporio Armani. Also spotted were berry tones – both light and dark nuances. This lipstick color is suitable for all skin types and also makes the teeth look lighter and whiter. Another highlight was Blurred Lips.

Rouge craze
Neutral pink or pop pink – these were the trendy rouge tones on the catwalks. With a pinky blush, the face looks a bit softer and younger. With a matching lipstick to give the overall look a touch of romance. For more contour, the dark berry tone is applied under the cheekbones, the peach nuance is applied on the cheekbone.

Less is more
What was already observed at the fashion shows in the spring of 2019, could also be visible for the fall fashion collection: the models are with very little to no make-up on the runway. The idea behind it is that the audience should focus fully on the imaginative creations of fashion designers and not be distracted by too flashy make-up designs. This subtle look was spotted among fashion shows by Marc Jacobs, Stella McCartney and Lanvin. All you need is concealer, lip balm and a touch of mascara.

Text: beautypress.com