Make up and hair trends for fall 2012

Hello, dears!
Let's have a look on trends in make up!

Eyes and Brows

Futuristic Eyes

Makeup artists went Mad Max backstage applying sci-fi grease paint around the eyes at Prada and smudging away with black kohl at Marc Jacobs. While you might not choose to go to such extremes, you can push the edge a little more than usual with dramatically dark carbon black liners applied in thick strokes and saturated eye shadows swooped beyond the outer corners to accentuate your gaze.
Prabal Gurung

Mesmerizing Multi-Toned Eyes
Statement-making eyes were the talk of the fall shows, especially the kind that imitated the brilliant blue-brown plumes of peacocks at Prabal Gurung, the cool painterly greens of landscapes at Jason Wu, and the cobalt sea at Anna Sui. For a chic and wearable version, look for shadows with hints of silver or gold mixed into the color to soften the effect and complement your skin tone.

Jason Wu
Anna Sui

Defined Brows

With all the backward glances made to retro elegance this season, it’s no wonder that beautifully strong brows continued to draw attention. Play up your shape by feathering on pencils and shadows to accentuate the arch — and just for fun, maybe even add a few sparkles.

Donna Karan


Mulberry Mouths

Red is always right for fall but the most captivating looks featured a deep mulled-wine stain with rich chocolate undertones. Finishes ranged from creamy matte to high patent-leather gloss, all offset by perfect skin for contrast. 

Precise Ponys
The ponytail always plays a part in fashion week and this season it was all about concise, perfectly pulled-back looks. Hair was prepped with styling serums to prevent frizz and add shine, then flat-ironed into sleek curtains. To secure the base, stylists used everything from shiny black tape at Jason Wu to simple elastics carefully concealed with a few loose strands at BCBG and Ralph Lauren.

Jil Sander
Ralf Louren

Low-Volume Hair

Street-inspired hair—with its imperfect texture and low-key appeal—continued its run backstage. Hairstylists emphasized matted down looks in lieu of the usual full-bodied styles, and even went so far as to pin under-sections of hair flat against the head to emphasize a sleeker silhouette. Fine hair (finally) has its heyday.


With a Twist
Whether braided around the crown, coiled half-back or knotted into an updo, hair was manipulated in fresh, new directions this season. While some looks require an extra set of hands, others put a simple and attainable twist on the classics.


You can see how to do it by yourself  here - Greek hair style for 10 minutes


Stylists whipped out teasing combs and cans of hairspray to sculpt this retro-fab updo. To lend a current feel, hair was rolled and tucked under for extra dimension, and the most youthful examples were framed by a simple band or sparkly ribbon.

Exceptional Extras
Statement hair accessories turned up at multiple shows, often sharing (or stealing) the spotlight from their accompanying updos. From cosmic hairpins to ceremonial floral headpieces, adding a little embellishment is a very good thing this fall.

Tory Burch

Nails' trends u can see here:
Nail Trends Fall - Winter 2012 (Part 1) / Лаки для ногтей осень-зима 2012 (Часть 1) and
here Nail Trends Fall - Winter 2012 (Part 2) / Лаки для ногтей осень-зима 2012 (Часть 2)

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