Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

Trends to Try Now; the Autumn/winter Catwalks Offered a Glut of Gorgeous Beauty Looks You Can Recreate at Home. Katie Wright Runs Down the Hair and Make-Up Tweaks This Season

Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

Trends to Try Now; the Autumn/winter Catwalks Offered a Glut of Gorgeous Beauty Looks You Can Recreate at Home. Katie Wright Runs Down the Hair and Make-Up Tweaks This Season

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Byline: Katie Wright

GOT your new season fashion wish list all mapped out? Good, then it's time to peruse the backstage beauty looks that will complement autumn's trends.

And the good news is, when it comes to make-up, this season there's something for everyone.

From bold gold eyes and 'floating' eyeliner, to subtle flushed cheeks and lightly lacquered lips, the catwalk cosmetics spectrum runs from striking to barely-there - and it's all easily achievable at home.

We've got the products and the pro tips you need.

GOING FOR GOLD AT Rick Owens, some models were sent down the catwalk with their faces completely covered in gold leaf.

It's not a look many people will want to recreate themselves, but the sparkly eye looks seen at Temperley London and Carolina Herrera - created with metallic flecks rather than glitter powder - are far more appealing.

Illamasqua | Broken Gold, PS18.50 (available October 15; www.

illamasqua.com) CLIP ART THINK hair clips are only for children? You'll think again when you see the gorgeous bejewelled floral hair accessories that matched the rose embellishments in the Dolce & Gabbana AW15 collection.

Plus, at Prada, high pineapple ponytails were fixed above the ear with cute barrettes and at Rochas, long minimalist grips held back poker straight locks - hair slides have never looked so grown-up.

accessorize | crystal dco Alice band, PS15 (www.accessorize.com) TOW THE LINE EYELINER went in two directions for autumn, with London Fashion Week favourites Felder Felder and Matthew Williamson plumping for amped-up 'floating' liner looks.

"We've all been there with liquid liner, trying to even up our eyes until they're much thicker than intended. Well our luck is in ladies, 'cause that's now a trend," says MissBudgetBeauty.

Estee Lauder's new liquid Little Black Liner is perfect for attempting this look, as the double-ended pen gives you the option of thick, thin or ultra fine lines.

Estee | Lauder Little Black Liner, PS22 (www.esteelauder.co.uk) SMOKE SIGNALS THE other eyeliner trend that ruled for autumn was an inversion of the smokey eye, as the focus shifted from the lid to the under eye area. …

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