A curling wand can work wonders. If you don’t own one, it’s time you do. Give yourself luscious 1970s-inspired curls like this beauty seen in the Bottega Veneta fall show.
Do-it-yourself nail art has been around for years, but that didn’t stop designers from using it to complement their fall collections. Think you can take on these graffiti-inspired nails that were seen at the Creatures of the Wind fall show?
Plum lips are at an all-time high during the fall season. Try this MAC Rebel for a creamy plum shade. $15 at www.maccosmetics.com
We loved Ciara with her blonde bob, but we loved her with this shorter pixie even more. Sadly, Cici didn’t keep it, but if you’re looking for a change this season, try this cut for sure.
Don’t be afraid to carry over some of your bright-colored eye shadow from the spring and summer into fall. The season isn’t always about dimming things down and wearing dark colors. Be bold in purple eye shadow such as Jourdan Dunn seen at the Jason Wu fall show.
We all love getting our faces beat, but minimalism is on the rise this fall and it doesn’t just pertain to fashion. Get fresh faced like Cora Emmanuel, seen at the Balmain fall show.
This season is all about matte nails. Essie makes finding your favorite shade in matte easier for you with its Matte About You finisher. $10, www.ulta.com
The low ponytail is the chicest way to ever wear a ponytail. Get like Beyoncé and get rid of that enormous top bun this fall; trade it in for something sleeker.
We’ve told you how to get a thick, fine brow
, and we’re hoping you’re putting our tips to use. There’s no room for thin, drawn on eyebrows this season.
This fall it’s all about matte skin. Get rid of that summer shine with this Estée Lauder Lucidity Translucent loose powder. $33, www.esteelaud
If you’re not too keen on rocking summer brights this fall, get yourself a nude nail polish to complement your fall wardrobe, such as this Essie Sand Tropez. $7.79 at www.target.com
For a soft, neutral look, dead the rosy red blush for a pale pink like Maybelline’s Dream Bouncy blush Pink Plum. $6.49 at www.target.com
Orange eye shadow was also a big hit on the catwalk. Test it out with this MAC Amber Lights eye shadow that’s a peachy-brown with a shimmer. $15 at www.maccosmetics.com
Go funky with a twist on a classic braid, such as this one seen in the Fendi fall show.
Chinese bangs are making a comeback like they never left. Between this and the side part, you can kiss that middle part goodbye for a season or two.
Remember when the middle part took the hair trends by storm? Well, the side part and the swoop that comes with it is returning this fall, so don’t be afraid to channel your inner Aaliyah.
The cat eye is one of our all time faves. It’s easy to do and never gets old. Get your prowl on with this Revlon Colorstay Liquid pen in Blackest Black. $8.99, www.revlon.com
Remember those thick headbands you wore to help those edges stay in place? Thanks to the great folks over at Nina Ricci, you’ll be able to rock one this fall on your next bad hair day. We’re sure one similar to the one above can be found at your local drug store.
There were lots of celebs going blonde during the summer, and we recommend changing your hair up a bit if you’re a natural brown or black. If you’re not interested in adding bleach to your entire head, do like LaLa Anthony and add highlights for a semi-brighter color.
Try an eye shadow with glitter specs such as this Sephora Fairy Princess Rich Plum Glitter eye shadow, $13 at www.sephora.com
Copper eye shadow took over the catwalk during fall 2013 shows. Don’t be afraid to try the trend by using this NYX Copper eye shadow, $4.50 at www.nyxcosmetics.com
Rock a protective hairstyle like Solange's Senegalese twists.
Leave that fire engine red in the summer and bleed oxblood with this Zoya nail polish in Toni, $8 at www.zoya.com
Vamp lips are a hit this fall. Try YSL's Rouge Volupte Shine Lipstick in Dark Violet, $34.00 at www.sephora.com