By Emma Sarran Webster. Photos: Courtesy of respective vendors. Fall is officially upon us, which means so many amazing things: pumpkin spice everything, dark lips, Halloween, and cozy, cute layers, to name a few. But, it also brings with it increasingly dry air, which can wreak serious havoc on our locks. For many of us, that air — which only gets drier as fall turns to winter, and winter inevitably drags on — means months of battling dry, straw-like Hair; constant frizz; and frustrating breakage. But it doesn’t have to be so bad. Thankfully, there are plenty of products out there made for just this scenario, ready to hydrate, smooth, and shine your mane until spring rolls around. This story originally appeared on Teen Vogue. More from Teen Vogue: The Top 10 Mistakes You're Probably Making When You Straighten Your Hair Before Jennifer Lawrence and Taylor Swift Were Famous, They Modeled for Abercrombie—and We Have the Pics! 47 Awkward Celebrity Yearbook Photos You Need to See 7 Times Your Favorite Celebrities Got REAL About Their Periods How Every Sign in the Zodiac Finds Love The 10 Instagram Hacks That Will Get You the Most Likes
A good fall salad should combine roasted root vegetables, cozy spices, toasted nuts, and a kick of sweet fruit all atop a bed of crunchy kale. Unlike summer salads that are best served immediately (and ideally poolside), we think a good fall salad should get better with age.
By Julianne Carell. Photos courtesy of brands. Picking a new lipstick is hard work. You're inundated with options—should you go red? Brown? Berry? What formula should you try? Liquid lipsticks are a thing right now, but can you stand the matte-ness of them? Then there's price. Do you spend $4 on something you can wear the heck out of and toss when you get sick of it? Or spend $40 on a designer shade that's too pretty to even touch? But to all the babes on a budget: We got you. We rounded up the 10 best new fall colors for you to try, and not a single one of them costs more than $10. Mwah! This story originally appeared on Glamour. More from Glamour: What's That Salad the Kardashians Are Always Eating on Their Show? Ryan Reynolds Reveals He Fell in Love With Blake Lively While on a Double Date With Someone Else 34 Times Kate Middleton and Prince William Gave Us Major Relationship Goals 13 Celebrities Who Have Hot Siblings 12 Photos of the Friends Cast Before They Were Famous That Will Make You Ridiculously Happy A Look at the Emmy It Girls of the Past 20 Years: Taraji P. Henson, Tina Fey, and More
As thrilling and satisfying as making ice cream from scratch can be, the effort, energy and time that it takes to use an ice cream machine is sometimes just too much for me. Rather than succumb to the high-calorie pumpkin ice cream options at the grocery store or self-serve frozen yogurt concoctions that are often loaded with sugar and other additives, I took it upon myself to make this easy pumpkin frozen yogurt from scratch. It doesn't require an ice cream machine or any fancy equipment to whip up this simple, low-sugar recipe.
Brown lipstick is making a comeback, like many other ‘90s trends. With brown lipsticks (and other ‘90s trends like lip liner, Manic Panic, and crop tops) flying off retail shelves, I reached out to celebrity makeup artist Jamie Greenberg (she glams up stars like Rashida Jones and Kaley Cuoco) on making brown lipstick look hot, no matter what your skin color. “Brown lipstick was very late ‘80s, early ‘90s and it’s made a big comeback!” says Greenberg. It’s sort of bringing back the trend, but with a cool, new edge.” Greenberg says the key to wearing brown is looking for a shade with a more-wearable undertone rather than a straightforward brown.
Make grey polish your go-to neutral this fall. (Photo: Zoltan Tombor) Despite the runways being filled with some version of a nude nail over the last few seasons, this fall, we are making grey our go-to manicure shade. From soft, milky greys to deep charcoals, this is one color that always works and feels oh-so appropriate as the days get a little bit shorter. “Grey is a great fall neutral because it varies in so many shades,” says Michelle Matthews, who gave model Luz Pavon a concrete grey manicure on the set of our fall beauty shoot.
“A sleek ponytail really celebrates your features and looks beautiful from every angle,” says hairstylist Deycke Heidorn, who created the look above on Frankie Wall. The key to this style is having sleek strands, so if you’ve got naturally curly or wavy hair, protect dry hair with a heat protective spray like Tresemme Thermal Creations Heat Tamer Spray ($4), and use a flat iron to create a smooth texture. She likes Shu Uemera Tasai Cream ($38) for it’s light, milky texture.
Olivia Wilde’s cool braid and hat combo has solved all our hair woes. From ‘80s Debbie Gibson-style felt wide brim hats and ‘90s Blossom-style fold-up hats to Yankees baseball hats to Parisian berets, I was known as a hat girl.
Glowing skin doesn’t have to be a warm weather beauty trend — doesn’t everyone want radiant skin year round? Now, thanks to the new crop of highlighting and strobing products, it’s becoming easier than ever to obtain that perfect glow. We enlisted makeup artist Beau Nelson, whose celeb clients include Nina Dobrev and Nicole Richie, for his tips for achieving luminous skin during turtleneck season. Find your shadeJust like selecting a blush or bronzer, your skin tone comes into play when choosing a highlighter. Nelson says to stick with pale, silvery champagne and pink shades if you have fair skin. Medium skin tones should look for warm champagne and rose gold shades, and deep skin tones should pick up a product in warm gold, copper, or bronze.Use your fingers“Apply the product with your fingers in a repetitive tapping motion so that it blends beautifully without disturbing foundation underneath,” advises Nelson. He suggests applying your strobing product before adding any powder to the face. You’ll also want to avoid powdering on top of any spot where you’ve applied the highlighting product so you don’t lose luminosity.Apply strategically Nelson likes to use these products on the tops of cheekbones, the inner corners of eyes, at the Cupid’s bow, and down the center of the nose in a thin line (this makes your nose look thinner and straighter). It’s important to use these products sparingly — apply too much and you’ll risk looking a bit like a Star Wars droid. Click through for the products that will help you master this look.Related:Goodbye Shimmery Lip Gloss, Hello Liquid LipstickHow to Get a Foolproof Smoky EyeMetallic Eye Makeup Three Ways
Metallic eye makeup is a hot trend for fall. Mara Hoffman and Marchesa utilized bronze eyeshadow, Zac Posen showcased cool silver eyeliner, and Tadashi Shoii decorated lids with gold glitter. We enlisted makeup artist Deanna Melluso, who works with celebs like Olivia Wilde and Natasha Lyonne, to create three metallic eye looks from barely there to ultra glam. Proof that metallic makeup can be subtle. (Photo: Zoltan Tombor) Simple gold liner makes a big impression Metallic eyeliner are in abundance, but if wielding a pencil isn’t your thing, Melluso says she actually prefers using a cream metallic shadow.
For fall, we love the versatile look of a grey smoky eye. It’s a little subtler than using black shadow and works on a wide range of skin tones. A popular and versatile style, the smoky eye has been back in the spotlight ever since Amy Schumer thanked her makeup artist, Andréa Tiller, on stage at the Emmys for giving her the look. We reached out to Tiller and makeup artist Fiona Stiles to give us their foolproof tips and rounded up our favorite fall smoky shadow palettes so you can DIY at home.Prime your lids“For any smoky eye application, I would start with an eyeshadow primer for long wear, to prevent creasing, and to prevent shadow residue from dropping on upper cheek bones or under eyes,” says Tiller. She likes Urban Decay Anti-Aging Eyeshadow Primer Potion ($24) when doing a subtle wash of color and a tinted cream shadow, like Laura Mercier’s Caviar Stick ($28) as a primer for a more intense smoky eye.Blend strategicallyWhen it comes to a smoky eye, blending is the most important step. After applying your shadow, be sure to blend the edges using a blending brush or your finger. Stiles advises to start slow, and build your color gradually the shadow from looking too harsh. “If you have smaller eyes, be sure to blur and blend out the edges to give the illusion of a bigger eye,” she says.Add linerTo amp up your look, Tiller suggests adding a black or dark grey liner to your waterline. “If you want more definition and drama, take the same pencil liner and frame your eyes with it by drawing a thin line on the top and bottom of your lash lines,” says Tiller. Her favorite is Urban Decay 24/7 Perversion Eye Pencil ($24), which is waterproof — making it perfect to use on your waterline.Don’t forget your lashesFinish the look with by curling your lashes and adding a few coats of your favorite mascara. “When you do a darker eye, it can close up the shape of the eye,” says Stiles. “Curling your lashes insures a wide, open eye.” Apply mascara to top and bottom lashes and hit the town! Related:Fall Beauty Trends: Brick Red Lips Are InThree Tips for a Natural Fall Flush9 Ways to Look Younger Now
The new incarnation of lip gloss is nothing like its sheer, sticky predecessor. From top: MAC Vamplify lipgloss in Push Some Buttons, What’s Going On, She Rebel, Everybody’s Talking, A for Attitude, and Suggestive. Gone are the shimmery, sugary, sheer glosses we associate with Britney Spears, Jessica Simpson, Paris Hilton and that early 2000s Juicy Couture vibe (which I may or may not have been really obsessed with — I’ll let you guess). The new lip glosses are more like liquid lipsticks — highly pigmented, shiny but not too sticky, and much more sophisticated than their prior incarnations.
Just about every makeup artist and dermatologist will tell you taking your makeup off before bed is the key to great skin (except maybe Charlotte Tilbury, who told us that she sleeps in her makeup). According to makeup artist Deanna Melluso, who was behind the makeup on model Stacey Louise Grant above, it’s all about a good kohl liner.
How to get a perfect red pout this fall. (Photo: Jon Paterson) I am someone who wears red lipstick all year round, but there is something about the fall air that makes the color feel extra appropriate for these cooler months. That is probably why we saw so many brick red pouts on the fall runways, from Dolce & Gabbana to Carolina Herrera and Phillip Lim. Of course, finding and applying the perfect brick red lip requires a little bit of work, so I asked two of my favorite makeup artists, Fiona Stiles (her clients include Emily Ratajkowski and Elizabeth Banks) and Lisa Aharon (she works with Florence Welch) to give me their tips and tricks for nailing red lips.
I wanted to see that Prada look done for everyday — and hairstylist Deycke Heidorn delivered. The key with this look is texture, so start by perfecting your waves. For those with naturally wavy or curly hair, Heidorn says to add a bit of leave in conditioner from the mid-shaft to ends of hair and let it hair dry or dry using a diffuser For the straight haired girls, use a medium sized curling wand to create waves and lock in the texture with a salt spray (she likes John Masters Organics Sea Mist and Redken 07 Fashion Waves) before gently combing out with a wide tooth comb. The final step is all about that last bit of texture — and it’s what makes this style slightly different from the look at Prada.
Actresses Lupita N’yongo and Brie Larson have rocked blue accents on the red carpet, courtesy of makeup artist Nick Barose. For Brie Larson at the Toronto International Film Festival, Barose applied a few coats of blue mascara (Barose likes YSL Volume Effect Mascara in 3 Extreme Blue, $32) combined with a blue liner pencil dotted (try Lancôme Drama Liqui-Pencil Longwear Eyeliner in Côte D’azur, $23) along her lash line to give the illusion of a blue lash base.
Use your foundation or tinted moisturizer to even out skin. Skip the powder or too-flat foundations unless you are prone to oily skin.
Metallic silver and gold nail polish are popular for fall, but look gorgeous all year long. Thankfully, there’s one fall nail polish trend that looks beautiful year round: Metallics. “Metallic nails are having a moment,” says Michelle Saunders, Essie’s celebrity manicurist. Rose gold, copper, and bronze nail polish can look beautiful on every skin tone.
For a little help, I enlisted Lucia Pieroni, Creative Makeup Director of Clé De Peau Beauté and makeup artist to celebs like Jennifer Aniston and Kate Moss after seeing her warm up the cheeks backstage at Vera Wang’s recent runway show. She prefers cream blushes and even lipsticks to recreate or enhance a flush on your cheeks. The makeup artist says you should select a shade much darker than you think. I’ve been using Honest Beauty Crème Blush in Truly Daring ($22), but if you want to try a her lipstick technique, Chanel Rouge Coco Shine in Téméraire ($36) is a gorgeous, semi-sheer shade.