Is spring coming too late? Well, stop worrying right there: the hot season that is coming will be endless, thanks to next winter’s beauty trends, that elected orange as the king of colors. A bright touch that will entirely change the way you see the colder months of the year: from eyeshadow to nail polish, from mascara to blush, all possible shades of this color, from warm to neon, will entirely change your makeup, making it so very summer-oriented. Are you thinking it might be too much to wear in winter? Fear not, for this color is very versatile, and it can suit your look and personality, depending on where and how you use it. So, here are our tips, straight from the Fall Winter 2017-2018 shows!
Focus on your eyes! If you like to dare, choose an orange eyeshadow like Fyodor Golan or J. JS Lee, who apply it both on the eyelid, as well as on the crease. Alternatively, you can play with a rainbow effect, like Emilio De La Morena‘s models. If you like things to match, Oscar De La Renta shows us how to smudge our orange with a fuchsia eyeshadow or pencil. For the younger and the bolder among us, an orange mascara will be a true must for your vanity, so you can copy the chic-chock effects of Emilio Pucci and Blugirl. If you prefer more sober, nude looks, choose opaque or wet-effect eyeshadows, as seen at Delpozo‘s show, or a paler color that blends into brown, as seen at Max Mara‘s. Bottega Veneta also matches its eyeshadow with an orange lipstick, to complete the orange makeup look: so, do you feel like trying?
Bon ton is the way to go! À Détacher, Guy Laroche and Fay apply just a thin layer of orange-toned face powder on a nude look: this natural effect will lend your features a touch of elegance and sophistication.
Orange nail polish becomes a playful, eye-catching detail that totally suits your outfit. Can’t decide between neon and natural effects? Jeremy Scott chooses an energetic, bright hue that instantly sets a summery, breezy mood. If you would rather go for paler tones, choose a nude style with orange hues, like the one seen at Emilio Pucci‘s.