To make your eye makeup autumn-perfect, invest on shades of brown. This earthy color creates a mysterious and melancholic aura to your eyes, a match for the mood of the season. Beyond that, there is also a wide color options and makeup styles that fit well with your fashion. Here are some suggestions from the latest runway shows.
Coffee and taupe – The Fall 2010 show of Anna Sui displays a collection of decorative style highlighted by bold prints and patterns, thus the need for a makeup style that boost the natural beauty of the face while directing attention to the dress. Start with a spotless makeup base, then pair it with a brown eye shadow, and finish it with beautiful lashes.
Smokey brown – Oscar de la Renta‘s FW 2010 collection features an unusual example of smokey eye makeup using browns instead of black. Use shimmery and glittery shades, as well as creamy textures, to create the look. This brown-base makeup suits all skin tones.
Reddish browns – The eye makeup used on models during the Cushie et Ochs show features a bolder statement with reddish brown tones on upper and lower lashlines. This emphasizes the shape of the eyes and paves the way for the rest of the makeup.
Gothic brown – A more dramatic version of the brown smokey eyes was displayed during the Roberto Cavalli FW 2010 show. The models sported a Gothic-inspired and profound eye makeup, which was created with various shades of brown from the very deep to medium light. This would adapt to different hair colors and eye tones. Use a black eyeliner to emphasize the shape and size of the eyes.