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    From runway to everyday, how to make 2014 fall makeup trends wearable.

    • 3 min read

    BY CHELSEA SIMMONS

    This blog post has become one of my favorites to write every season. There are some makeup trends that change slowly over time (thin eyebrows to thick), some we see every year (smoky eyes? Bold lips?), and then there are a few variations on the trends that are unique to each season. These are usually a bit wild and creative, but so inspiring! So how do we take these inspirational looks and turn them into something flattering that we can wear in our every day lives? Keep reading for three trends that hit the runways for fall 2014, and of course our take on how to incorporate the look (albeit a toned down version) into your daily makeup routine. Not your average smoky eye Christian Dior showcased a few very bold smoky eye looks on the runway this season and we love this khaki, metallic look.
    Dior smokey eye look Christian Dior
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    dior smoky eye 2 Christian Dior
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    As bold and beautiful as this look is, it may be a bit much for everyday, or even an evening out with the gals. We were inspired by the earthy green tones to create a subtler version, featuring our NEW Jelly Jar Gel Eyeliner in Green and Jane's Signature Gilded Collection, plus a bolder version for a smokier yet still wearable take on this trend. Soft olive eye look olive soft smoky eye look For a slightly bolder, smokier version of this look, apply the green shade from Khaki Kraze Eye Shadow Triple to your entire eyelid by patting on gently using the Eye Shader Brush first. Then follow the steps above. For a super bold look (not shown) use the Crease Brush to apply the GreenJelly Jar to the entire lid. Then layer on Khaki and pat Bronze 24-Karat Gold Dust on top of that!
    lavender brown eye makeup on runway model Rodarte
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    This monochromatic mauve runway look is elegant, but maybe a bit hard to pull off for the average woman. While the placement might be a bit bold, we love these colors for fall, so we created this simplified, sophisticated look following the steps below. monochromatic mauve look Berry lips and bold brows
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    This look doesn't take much to modify, in fact we think it's great as is! But it is worth mentioning because brows are such a hot topic in the world of beauty. Your eyebrows are one of your most important features. In fact, most makeup artists will debate that they are the most important feature of the face. So it is important to pay extra attention to them! Click here for one of our most popular blog posts on how to shape and define your brows. To get this looks simply follow these steps, and as shown on the model below, you don't have to have thick brows to do it. Start with impeccable skin and don't be shy about adding color to the brow. Rule of thumb: the thicker your brows, the less color you need to apply. If you do too much, it looks runway, not everyday.bold brows and berry lips look
    • Apply your shade of Glow Time Full Coverage BB Cream to your entire face using your fingertips. If you don't use BB, apply your favorite foundation, but maybe add an extra layer for a bit more coverage.
    • Shape and fill in your brows (use our guide linked above!) using your shade of Bitty Brow Kit or PureBrow Brow Gel.
    • Add a bit of eye pencilto define the top lash line and a flick of mascara. Keep this subtle.
    • Apply a matte blush, like Sheer Honey PurePressed Blush or Mocha PurePressed Blush to the bottom of your cheek bones to add color and contour.
    • Finish your look with a deep, bold lip using a berry colored lip stick like Annette PureMoist Lipstick. Top with Kir Royale PureGloss.
    What are your favorite trends for fall? Tell us below!
    Chelsea Simmons

    Chelsea Simmons

    Chelsea began her beauty journey in 2010 as a fashion and beauty freelancer at Ladies’ Home Journal magazine. There she had the chance to test and review hundreds of products while quickly falling for the benefits the clean makeup she tried. After leaving the magazine industry, she worked as a publicist for international fragrance and beauty brands until 2016 when she landed at jane iredale. Here, she has discovered liquid eyeliner doesn’t have to burn her eyes, foundation doesn’t have to feel heavy, and that the jane iredale Global Educators truly have the best beauty hacks. Since then, she’s shared her 10+ years of experience with you on The Good Glow Blog.