If there’s one thing we at the THP love about the colder seasons, it’s that it allows us to start fresh and try something completely new! While you are going to be tasting the typical pumpkin spiced flavored coffees and hearing Mariah Carey’s ‘All I Want For Christmas’ being played on a loop everywhere, you are going to be seeing some new beauty trends. After all, every year, no matter what, styles are always going to be evolving. So, how about you take this time to treat both you and your makeup bag to some well-deserved beauty products this autumn and winter!
Hindash Heroline Liquid Eyeliner in Ultra Black
If you’ve been paying attention to the runaways this year, some of the models have been sporting some pretty eye-catchy eyeliner. And by eyeliner, we mean full-on out-there black eyeliner, with lines and outlined shapes. The boldness of this trend makes sense given that in 2020 we all had to wear a face mask, so the eyes were our go-to for showing up and showing out!
As such, if you wanna make a statement this season, try using your eyes! After all, they are the windows to the soul. So, if you’re looking for the perfect beauty product this autumn and winter, we suggest snagging Hindash’s Heroline Eyeliner ($23). Its vegan ink formula is designed to last and the tip length makes for perfect application!
Charlotte Tilbury Matte Revolution Lipstick in Festival Magic
However, if you are more of a lipstick person, we also got you covered too! Everyone knows the trends of the late ’90s and the early 2000s are coming back, and we think they’re going to be staying for a little while. So, it wouldn’t hurt to ride the wave and dawn some dark lipstick. It’s bold, it’s cute, and it’s giving some major witchy vibes perfect for Halloween!
For that perfect y2k and Halloween vibe, we suggest getting some Charlotte Tilbury Matte Revolution in Festival Magic, of course. The lipstick marks up to be around $34, but seeing how the dark purple shade will pop against your lips will be worth the price! Also, did we mention that it has extracts that’ll keep your lips moisturized, which will be great for the coming winter?
Squish Flower Power Acne Patches
That’s right, for those who like to bejewel and put stickers on everything, this is for you! And for those who break out during the autumn and winter seasons, this one is also for you! We have a beauty product for your makeup bag that’s not only totally avert-garde but can cover up those pesky pimples—face embellishments!
But not just any face embellishments. Squish’s Flower Power Acne Patches ($14) are both cute and beneficial. After all, face embellishments have made the runaway such as with makeup artist Janeen Witherspoon incorporating flowers to models’ makeup at Bora Aksu Autumn/Winter 2021-22 Fashion Show. So, why not take some inspiration and fight off some blemishes while you’re at it? Squish’s patches come in an array of colors and the ingredient hydrocolloid, which helps get rid of pimples. So, do your makeup bag and skin a favor this season, and get a little decorative!
Jason Wu Beauty The Bush Eyebrow Soap
Wanting to get some volume on your eyebrows? Then, look no further because eyebrow soap is the way to go. For this addition to your makeup bag, we just have to recommend Jason Wu Beauty’s The Bush Eyebrow Soap. Priced at around $13 to $14, it’s a clean beauty product, so if you have sensitive skin this might be your holy grail, and vegan-friendly. All you have to do is just get an eyebrow brush or spoolie, dip it into the product, and then brush out your brows to the desired fullness.
Juvia’s Place The Violets Eyeshadow Palette
Feeling daring? Then, get a little bright with some eyeshadow! Colorful eyeshadows aren’t out of season, yet and frankly, we don’t want it to be. If you’re looking to get a little artsy, try getting abstract and use The Violets Eyeshadow from Juvia’s Place ($14). The palettes feature various beautiful shades of purples with some metallics too. Trust us, your makeup bag will be thanking you.
Mehron Makeup Mixing Liquid
Finally, if you’re going to be using some eyeshadows, how about making it a bit brighter? Just because it’s getting colder, doesn’t mean your makeup has to be dull! If you’re looking to experiment before committing, try using the 0.5 oz Mehron Makeup Mixing Liquid ($3.95); it’ll be just enough to enhance your eyeshadow’s color. And if you wanna jump right in or are looking to upgrade your Halloween costume makeup this year, the 4.5 oz bottle for $10.95 will give you what you need to go to a whole new level.
Just add a little bit to your eyeshadow, apply, and you’re done to enjoy your colorful new look!
Excited to now start experimenting with this season’s products? Are there any other beauty products you’re gonna grab for your makeup bag this autumn and winter? Or maybe you already have one of the beauty products we’ve mentioned and you wanna share the given results? Well, don’t be shy! Tell us over in the comments or come chat with us over at our Twitter at @thehoneypop or Instagram.
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