Published on October 14, 2016 | by ZALORA Team

Just like fashion, beauty is ever-evolving. For 2016, Fall beauty trends are all about the celebration of strength an individuality as seen on the runways of Rodarte, Dior and Bottega Veneta. Here’s our edit of seven of the best trends that you need to know now.


fall beauty 2016 dark lips


Dark Lips


Although dark lips for the colder season is nothing groundbreaking, the runways this year are adopting the darkest tones on lips to an almost black shade. Not sure how to pull off this tricky trend without looking like you’re on your way to a Halloween party? Keep the rest of your look clean and minimal.


fall beauty 2016 illuminated skin


Illuminated Skin 


While contouring seems to be taking a backseat, highlighting however has consistently been a great way to emphasize the parts of your face where the light hits. All you need is a touch of highlight on the cupid’s bow, cheekbones and brows for that au natural glow.


fall beauty trends red eyeshadow


Red Eyeshadow 


Nope, we’re not kidding. This funky shade might not be for the faint at heart but if you’re the adventurous sort, paint those sockets red with a natural glowing complexion and nude lips as a base. Oh, don’t forget to blend, blend and blend that eye shadow in!


fall beauty single shade 2016


Single Shade All-around


This look is perfect for days when you’re in a hurry but still need to have your game face on. Opt for peachy neutral shades and apply to the lids, cheeks and lips!


fall beauty trends glittery eyes


Glittery Eyes

Glitter is all the rage this season. For frequent day-to-day use, draw a thin line across your upper lids in replacement of your eyeliner.


fall beauty 2016 clumpy eyelashes

PHOTO: Helga Traxler

Clumpy Eyelashes


Nope, you didn’t read wrong. The clumpy eyelash trend takes its cues from ’60s fashion icon, Twiggy.


fall beauty trends smudged liner


Smudged Liner


If you’re an advocate of the pencil liner, then this edgy trend is something you might want to try. Smudge that line with your fingertips to channel effortless grunge-chic.