The catwalks for autumn/winter 2018 showcased some super-wearable make-up trends, making us excited to change up our look for the season.
Autumn brings an exciting new colour palette – we love the bold, bright lips as featured on the runways from Rochas and Alexander McQueen, the chic pastel eyeshadow that was a favourite of Marni, and the rosy-cheeked look favoured by Moschino, Balmain and Loewe.
Celebrities quickly took up the mantel, with Kerry Washington seen on the red carpet in soft pastel hues, and Priyanka Chopra following suit in deep, berry make-up shades.
Tempted to give your look a new-season twist? Here’s our pick of essential additions for your autumn make-up bag…
Once that wind-chill sets in, most of us are prone to the inevitable dehydrated skin. Counter this with a change to your base. This uber-hydrating formula gives that higher level of coverage we lean towards during autumn and winter, but its mineral base means your skin can still breathe.
Since the sun will now be playing hide and seek, we're looking for other ways to lift our complexion. This bronzer strikes just the right balance as it's great for adding warmth to dull skin, and the ombre design helps to build up colour, so you'll get the perfect winter glow.
Radiant, flushed cheeks are big this season and this Becca blush will help you replicate that artless, rosy glow you get from a brisk walk through autumn leaves. Perfect over a BB cream or lightweight foundation, brush it on the apples of your cheeks to add healthy vitality, whatever your skin tone.
This aptly named highlighter will do the hard work for you, chasing that elusive autumnal light to create a bright, believable radiance. It has kaleidoscopic pearls that will brighten your complexion and add a luminescent glow.
Keep in with the classic autumn/winter tones and try Kiss Me, a rich cherry shade in this Julep trio. Plus, the formula features rosehip seed oil to keep lips feeling soft and moisturised, and gives a long-lasting yet lightweight matte finish - perfect for winter weather.
Co-ordinating your eyeshadow and lipstick is emerging as the seasonal look this year, and so simple to pull off. This versatile palette will be easy to match with your lipstick collection, so you can switch between oh-so-now magenta eyes and lips for evenings out, or natural blush tones by day.