Winter Beauty Color Trends

 Posted by on November 17, 2012
Nov 172012
 

Winter is here already, it’s almost as if we skipped fall and went straight to snow boots and thick scarves. But the good thing about the change of seasons is that we get to try different beauty looks!

Kristina Barricelli, expert hair colorist and owner of Gemini14 Salon, urges all her clients (including Miley Cyrus and Selena Gomez) to toss out that the played-out, breezy ombré look and switch to a sharper style this winter. Kristina thinks that every woman should strive to achieve a look that reflects her strong personality. Here are some ways to perfect a look that is bold, confident and full of intrigue.

HAIR

Adventurous brunettes should try the dark auburn shade, which will deepen the dark hues while adding a dynamic auburn sheer.

dark auburn shade

EYES

For eyes with an iconic smolder use Smashbox Waterproof Shadow Liner To Go. Use Luminous Fig to upper and lower lash lines, smudging slightly. Then mix Aristocrat and Obsidian together and apply to lid, blending out at the outer edge to create a soft cat-eye effect. Finish off by revisiting Luminous Fig to re-line eyes for extra definition.

Smashbox Waterproof Shadow Liner To Go: for eyes with an iconic smolder

LIPS

Enhance your lips’ natural shape by subtly rounding out your upper lip around the cupid’s bow with a nude lip pencil for an iconic, heart-shaped pout. Use a deep, luscious color that keeps all eyes on you. A shade such as black plum lipstick (depending on your skin tone) to really enhance the sharp, dark style. Fill in the lips for a daring and famously bold look

Melody in black plum lipstick

BROWS

Balance strong lips with full, face defining brows. Fill in the natural shape of your eyebrows, and try adding a subtle arch to your brow line to add expression and depth to your face.

What are some of your favorite Winter beauty trends?

 

 


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