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    10 Fall 2015 Make-up Trends and Ideas!


    As things start to cool down, this fall is the perfect time to add those warmer, darker colors or even more subtle, neutral tones to your make up routine. Here are 10 fall-inspired trends and ideas you can rock as we transition into the winter season!

    1. Dark Lips- Color tones like Burgundy or Cherry Red are a rich dark colors that will empower this season!


    Check out this and more darker lipstick tones to apply here


    2. Copper Eyes- Warm copper tones look amazing on any eye color and are the perfect pop for Fall!

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    Find this make up tutorial here


    3. Smoky Eyes– As things get colder make up gets bolder. Here’s a glamorous brown, smoky eye…


    Find this make up tutorial here


    4. Darker Cheeks- While summer and spring present lighter shades, now is the time to brush on the bronze with beautiful Autumn colors like this…


    Find details on the Chanel Les Automnales Fall 2015 Collection here


    5. Red Lips and Cat Eyes- A clean face with Red Lips and Cat Eyes are a bold and iconic for this season!


    Find this tutorial here


    6. Matte Lipstick- Not only does this look great and neutral on all skin tones but goes with any fall outfit!


    Via Instagram


    7. Nude Tones- If you’re not totally into heavier make up, the nude “no make” look is in too!


    Check out more”no make up looks” for fall here


    8. Pink and copper- Or this gorgeous pink and copper look that pops with winged eyeliner!


    Via Pinterest


    9. Wind-kissed Cheeks- Ooo lala! A rosy glow with “wind-kissed” cheeks pulls off that beautiful Autumn breezy look.


    Check out more pretty and simple fall looks here


    10. Dark Brown Eyeliner- This creates a soft but smoky pop on the eyes which creates a happy medium for fall!


    Find this tutorial here


    So are you more into the dark and bold looks for fall or soft and neutral? Let us know your favorites in the comments below!

    Brittney Moses
    Brittney Moses
    Brittney Moses is a Los Angeles native, passionate about seeing this generation live wholeheartedly on purpose. While pursuing Clinical Psychology, she leverages her platform to reduce stigma, educate and assist with helpful information on the integration of faith and mental health. Still, her favorite part of life is being called Mommy to her sweet son Austin.


    1. What about doing something like this for ALL teen girls. I am 15, ok? I can’t wear makeup yet. Not til next year. I can’t wear any of this and wouldn’t cause you know what? Dark red lipstick is for 20 year olds!!! Jeez, Project Inspired. Thought this site was supposed to be for teens not grown women. #disappointed #tooyoungforthis #dontgrowuptoofast

      • Hey Miku4evr,
        I’m so sorry you feel this way about this post! I understand that being 15 you may not wear as much makeup as described in this post. Keep in mind though, that there are A LOT of college age girls on PI who this post may be more geared towards! Its hard to appeal to all audiences due to the fact that everyone’s different! Some 15 year olds may wear dark lipstick, and some may not.
        I understand your frustration, but keep in mind that there are so many girls on different “levels” when in comes to makeup, so it can be hard to please them all!
        Sarah, you did a great job finding fall trends! I’ll definitely be trying some of them out!
        Gods Peace,

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