Short introduction/description: From Givenchy to Marc Jacobs, Carolina Herrera to Desigual, the Fall/Winter 2015-2016 trends in make-up seem endless: splashes of color, improved comebacks of classical designs, healthy complexions and much more!
The 2015-2016 Fall/Winter season for Make-up Trends is curiously romantic, bold, vivid and glamorous! Artistic endeavors of various designers brought to the runway exemplary pieces of fashion; garments of haute couture, precious handbags, jaw-dropping stilettos and of course, impressive make-up tendencies! The catwalks of Milan, Paris, London and New York captured our eyes for more than just some brief moments, leaving us gasping as the crowd cheered “Make a statement!”
Yes, 2015-2016 is about unleashing the “inner you” with creative options in terms of make-up. Valiant colors and newer versions of classic trends for casual days and special nights out are prevailing!
No. 1 – The cat eye
No. 2 – Twiggy style
The beauty of the 60’s hasn’t worn off and its fashion icon Twiggy is yet again spoken about and adored by so many! The clumpy mascara and the funky combinations of colors are both impressive and awesome!
No. 3 – Red Lips
Cherry red, deep crimson, blood red, matte red, etc. Red lips are to be found in a wide range of tones and colors. Carolina Herrera, Julien Macdonald, Bottega Veneta, and many others have all resurrected the passionate color, enamoring the spectators.
Slightly reminiscent of the grunge look, the “morning after” make-up simply is all about the downtown girl moving uptown! Smudgy, smeared with the finger or with the help of a sponge, this make-up trend tells the story of a hard-partying girl who has to struggle with the after-effects of a good party.
One of the biggest trends of the Fall/Winter 2015-2016 season is the natural, fresh skin look. This fantastic trend aims to popularize healthy skin and ban the use of too many make-up products. Instead of burdening the skin and the sensitive pores with so many products, choose to use healthier methods and products: a good moisturizer, a “wake-up” serum, meant to treat the bags underneath the eyes and the pesky dark circles.