HAIR, BRYANT ANTHONY, ARTISTIC DESIGNER – A blunt bob and fringe are a great look for fall! This is also a perfect time to cut off those summer ends and include a beautiful bang to really frame your face! For blondes, add a soft light to your blonde to bring dimension back, go warmer for the winter and lighten your base to soften your look. For brunettes, incorporate warm brown tones to enrich the natural colors in the hair the sun created. Ask for Cellophanes, a lip gloss for hair to add shine and tone! Play with styling and add a little edge to your look. Use a molding product to slick one side back for an asymmetric, fun bold look.

MAKE-UP, GARETH WARD – This fall achieve something natural by mixing warm and cool browns on the outer creases of your eyes. Even out your skin with a translucent powder and add highlighting on the high points of your face. Pair this with a light, neutral colored blush and for the perfect finishing touch, add a swipe of natural colored gloss. Keep the makeup clean and simple. Less is more.

MAKE-UP, JACKIE WRIGHT – Don’t be afraid of burgundy! Try bold for fall; dark lip, smoky burgundy eye and even burgundy in the lips. Add a shimmery burgundy color in the center of the lid for an extra pop of color and put a shimmery champagne color on the inner corner of the eye to brighten the eyes. For lips, try covering the entire lip with a dark liner then top with matching lip color to stain the lips more.

HAIR, MIGUEL NICOLAU PIRES, ADVANCED DESIGNER – If you’re not ready to part ways with your locks, then leave your hair long for fall. Be sure to ask for internal layering so that your hair still has movement and you don’t feel weighed down. Take good care of it with good treatments too! Longer hair also allows for accessorizing! Distressed braids with exposed bobby pins can make your hair a statement. Blondes should seek “sandy” or “beige” hues that complement their skin tone after the summer glow starts to fade.

MAKE-UP, JACKIE WRIGHT – This fall try some hues of burnt orange, rusted brick, or spice. By adding deeper browns this keeps the brighter red tones from looking too extreme. Use the same colors on the top and bottom lids and keep the darker colors on the outer edges of eyes. Make your brows more natural by enhancing with a brow gel and push up for an imperfect, full look. Keep the lips natural. No need for blush but softly bronze the outer edges of your cheekbones, temples, and forehead for an all over soft glow.

HAIR, TINA SULLIVAN, ADVANCED DESIGNER – Rich, vibrant brunettes are always a yes for the fall! Rich tones help to warm your skin tone back up after your summer glow has faded. Adding in subtle hints of gold through “baby lights” can add a little dimension and soften up any dark, flat tones caused from sun exposure. The best part of these chocolate browns? It is a classic fall look that will never go out of style!

MAKE-UP, GARETH WARD – A dark, sultry eye is great for fall. Cooler colors with a touch of purple will make your eyes appear more green. Pair it with a darker eye pencil to line just the outside of the eyes this will create depth and the illusion of larger eyes. Think a clean and glowing complexion. Make the focal point a dramatic eye and keep a light lip and matte overall finish.

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