Gallery 10 Spring 2013 Beauty Trends You Can Try Now
The lined eyes seen in Paris like these at Guy Laroche are easy to copy for winter since they are so dramatic. Use black or dark gray to line all around your eyes and apply a couple coats of mascara for a glamorous and dramatic look.
The comeback of the middle part and sleek hair is a nice transition from the tousled and frizzy hair of this summer. The look was seen at several shows from slicked back ponies to straight down the back strands, seen here at Blumarine. For winter, use a defrizzing cream all over your hair for ultra sleek strands.
Pink and red tones were used on the eyes at Donna Karan, Costello Tagliapetra, and Theysken's Theory. Use darker hues or more copper shades to try the trend for winter.
Bold eyebrows made a statement during New York Fashion week and they're also trending for winter. These brows at Jason Wu go well with bold lips so pair yours with a deep wine lip color.
Loose, tousled waves like these from J. Mendel aren't going anywhere so continue brushing out your curls for winter.
Blue eyeshadow was a big trend in New York, Paris, and Milan. To make the look like this one from Ohne Titel more wearable for winter, create a blue smokey eye with darker shades of blue or navy.
Ponytails dropped down to the base of the neck like this hairstyle seen at Alexander Wang were spotted all over the spring runways. This look is easy to copy for winter when you're running late in the morning. Instead of pulling your hair up to the top of your head, just gather everything into a low pony, even if your hair is still wet.
Matte lips like these from Prada, were big in Milan. Try a darker shade of red in a matte lipstick for winter.
Candy colored hair is here to stay for spring so embrace bright colors this winter like these pink strands from Oscar de la Renta. Even bright highlights can look elegant in a chic updo.
Neutral nails were a major trend and nails like these at BCBG are classic year-round. Try shades in pale pinks and light grays for winter.