Bronzed smoky eye 1
This season it's less about dark dramatic smoky eyes and more about pretty bronzy shades. Look for a palette that contains neutral colors that can easily take you from day to night. I'm obsessed with Dior 5-Colour Designer All-In-One Artistry Palette ($60). The deep browns and golden shades look especially nice against a medium or dark complexion.
Plum eyes 2
Last fall we saw beautiful plum shades on lips and nails, this season we're seeing them on eye makeup too. For a look that's chic but still wearable, try an eyeshadow palette that consists of neutral and purple-ish shades like, Dolce & Gabbana Eye Color Quad in Vulcano ($60). Blend a dark brown shadow all over your lids (into the crease area) and then layer with a plum shade.
Red lips & green eyes 3
Red lips will always be in, but don't be afraid to pair them with bold emerald eyes. Try tracing your lower waterlines with a intense color, like Smashbox Always Sharp Waterproof Kohl Liner in Green ($30). Choose a bright red lipstick with a matte finish, like CoverGirl Lip Perfection Lipstick in Hot ($8).
Bold blue eyes 5
Who would have thought bright blue eye makeup could be so pretty and practical? Try drawing on a cat-eye using a smudge-proof, liquid pencil like L'Oréal Paris Infallible Silkissime Eyeliner in Cobalt Blue ($9).
Sleek, winged cat-eyes are going to be big this season. Still don't know how to master the classic look? Try Too Faced Cat-Eye Kit ($12). This is as fool-proof as it gets!
Natural glow 7
Let face it's, a clean flawless face will never go out of style. For a soft and dewy look, try an illuminating foundation, like Dior Diorskin Nude Skin-Glowing Makeup SPF 15 ($49). Apply a cream or liquid based blush to the apples of your cheeks, like Flower Kiss Me Twice Cheek Chubby in Can't Refuchsia ($10).
Full brows 8
You can't go wrong with full brows, but the more natural-looking the better. Fill them in with Anastasia Perfect Brow Pencil ($23) using soft, feathery strokes, then comb and blend.