While graphic eyeliner and toffee shades are reigning supreme, our favourite berry lip seems to have been forced into the shadows to make room for full-of-attitude blackcurrant hue.
Can’t pull off the grunge look? Don’t worry.
Prettier trends have followed with coral cheeks and “barely there” dewy skin: a wearable look we can get on board with! We look deeper into the trends that took over the catwalks and how you can work them into your winter make-up routine.
We spotted the models wearing dark berry shades at Emanuel Ungaro. The dark lippy took inspiration from all of our favourite, intensely shaded berries.
Want to brave the berry hue? We love Bourjois Rouge Edition Velvet Lipstick in Pink Pong (£8.99).
A beautiful trend we can definitely welcome into our beauty regime is toffee, caramel and honey tones. You can work these shades into your eyes, lips, nails and cheeks. If you fear this may be too shimmery for you (if that’s even possible), matte oranges also made an appearance.
Want to work with the toffee tones? Try the Revlon Highlighting Palette in Bronze Glow (£9.99).
This season, the classic winged eyeliner got an update. Graphic designs covered the catwalk with bold, thick lines above and below the lid. We also saw Fendi work with messy eyeliner, so no need to worry about achieving the smooth feline flick!
Are you a statement eyeliner fan? Our favourite is the No7 Stay Precise Liquid Eye Liner in Metallic Moss (£7.50).
“No make-up” make-up
Michael Kors led the natural way on the catwalk this season, with pretty blush and rose-toned lips. For an everyday look, stick to neutral tones with a pretty pink shade on the eyes or cheeks. To really make your outfit pop, lightly sculpt your brows and apply just one coat of mascara.
To keep your lips hydrated but with a pop of colour, try the Burt’s Bees Tinted Lip Balm in Petunia (£5.99).