When temperatures begin to cool, many women flock to the shops hunting for clothing in darker hues. And, according to Sioux Falls Argus Leader, your makeup should change with your wardrobe this season.
While summer was the time for a shimmery, delicate look, fall will be more dramatic and intense.
"The clothes this season are pretty elaborate, with lots of layers, lots of texture. Makeup follows that," makeup artist Shannon Barnes told the news source.
Barnes suggests using a plum-colored eyeshadow to create a "smoldering" look that boasts a soft intensity as opposed to the typical smoky eye, which can appear harsh.
In addition to coating lashes with mascara, remember to enhance brows.
"Nobody really thinks of them, but give your face a really defined brow and it just finishes the look," Barnes added. "That's part of the reason celebrities always look good. They focus on the details."
If you have sparse brows or just want to further emphasize your arches, use eyebrow mousse to add color, fullness and definition to brows.