The 10 Key Beauty Trends Of Autumn/Winter 2019

From the return of hair gel to disco-inspired eye make-up

In recent years, trends haven't shifted dramatically from season to season; rather they have progressed and evolved to create overall beauty moods that last.

The 10 Key Beauty Trends Of Autumn/Winter 2019

By Lisa Niven-Phillips, Vogue

For autumn/winter 2019, spring's hair accessories have returned bigger and better, whilst last season's love affair with metallics has manifested itself in full Seventies disco vibes. And the surprise trend of the season: who would have known high-shine hair gel would return to the beauty scene? Here, discover the top 10 beauty trends of autumn/winter 2019.

Gone With The Wind

The 10 Key Beauty Trends Of Autumn/Winter 2019
It's always good news when a more "undone" approach to hair starts trending again, and autumn/winter 2019's take on those casual vibes comes in the form of wispy, windswept baby hairs and flyaway fringes. At Versace, Guido Palau added short extensions to the front of models' hair, spritzing with Redken Triple Dry 15 Dry Texture Finishing Spray and sweeping selected strands across the forehead. Messy, loose wisps were also on show at Valentino, Mary Katrantzou and Toga, whilst Alex Brownsell rubbed balloons on the models' hair at Alexa Chung for an intentional frizz.

Brow Down

The 10 Key Beauty Trends Of Autumn/Winter 2019
Brows are never too far from the beauty conversation, and for the new season the mood has moved on from wild, brushed-up brows to embrace a more groomed aesthetic. At Loewe, Chanel and Salvatore Ferragamo, neat, tended-to brows perfectly framed models' faces, whilst eyeshadow was used to fill in brows at Toga to ensure an ultra-polished appearance. Also worthy of note: brow bleaching returned to the backstage scene in a big way, with invisi-brows cropping up at Valentino, Prada and Burberry. Don't reach for the peroxide just yet, but a definite shift is underway.

Disco Drama

The 10 Key Beauty Trends Of Autumn/Winter 2019
Seventies-style foil-adorned eyes gave off strong disco vibes at Halpern, whilst glitter was smattered across the lids by Peter Philips at Dries Van Noten to evoke the leftover make-up you wake up with after a night on the tiles. At Michael Kors, hairstylist Orlando Pita created voluminous hair inspired by the New York party scene of the late Seventies, complemented by sparkling smoky eyes by Dick Page. And at Ashish? Let's just say no amount of glitter was considered too much glitter backstage.

With The Band

The 10 Key Beauty Trends Of Autumn/Winter 2019
The spring/summer 2019 Prada hairband was the only accessory to be seen on the front row with this season, but the catwalk provided a host of new designs for once autumn rolls around. They were bejewelled and tiara-style at Simone Rocha, chain-linked at Balmain and either pearl-adorned or furry at Shrimps. And hair accessories in general had a great season, from the multitude of clips and corsages at Chanel to the Insta-famous barrettes at Simone Rocha and gold slides at Versace. Hair heaven.

Red Velvet

Red lips never go out of style, but for autumn/winter 2019, make-up artists turned their attention to velvety, ultra-matt finishes. Lucia Pieroni used MAC's new Powder Kiss lipstick at Salvatore Ferragamo, Pat McGrath used the MatteTrance lipstick from her eponymous brand at Versace, and Tom Pecheux created a blurred lip at Oscar de la Renta using two different shades for a subtly ombré effect. Whether you opt for crimson, scarlet, tomato or merlot, we'll all be seeing red come autumn.

The Return Of Gel

The 10 Key Beauty Trends Of Autumn/Winter 2019
Wet-look curls at Fendi, glassy waves at Richard Quinn and intricately slicked-down designs inspired by youth culture at Burberry; hair gel was back in a big way at this season's shows. At JW Anderson, Anthony Turner created lacquered styles inspired by Lego figurines, arranging high-shine waves across the forehead to high-gloss effect. Somehow that old-school classic we thought we'd left behind in our ballet days is back, and feels utterly modern.

Lashing Out

The 10 Key Beauty Trends Of Autumn/Winter 2019
Just look at those lashes. Tom Pecheux used a combination of mascara and false lashes on the top lash line at Brandon Maxwell, and drew on bottom lashes for a wide-eyed effect. In fact, the focus continued to be on the lower lash line throughout the season. At Dior the look was more exaggerated still, with Twiggy-esque painted-on lower lashes, whilst fringed, silver stick-ons had a futuristic vibe at Altuzarra, and lower lashes were painted bright white at Vivetta.

Braid-y Bunch

The 10 Key Beauty Trends Of Autumn/Winter 2019
There were Wednesday Addams-style twin plaits at Prada, ultra-long plaits at Tory Burch, equestrian-style plaits at Hermès and plaits tucked into collars at Thom Browne. The one thing these slicked-back braids all had in common was that they were all fierce, no-fuss plaits with attitude; not a romantic halo braid or pretty, loose plait in sight.

Wellness Skin

The 10 Key Beauty Trends Of Autumn/Winter 2019
Gorgeous, glowing skin is more of a beauty goal than a beauty trend, but the ways in which make-up artists ensure said radiant complexion is what changes from season to season. For autumn/winter 2019, models sported what can only be described as "wellness face" - the sort of skin that says you started the day with a green smoothie and finished it with a spin class. At Stella McCartney, the Tata Harper team was on-hand backstage to give models mini facials that meant they needed less make-up to achieve a beautiful glow, whilst Augustinus Bader did the honours at Victoria Beckham and Omorovicza at Emilio Pucci. Skin, for as many seasons as we can remember now, is in.

Back To Black

The 10 Key Beauty Trends Of Autumn/Winter 2019
For season upon season, smoky eyes have come in myriad colours ranging from sultry blue to moody browns and arresting violets. For autumn/winter 2019, it's back to black. Inky, smudgy, smoky eyes were spotted on the catwalk at Altuzarra, Tom Ford and Longchamp, whilst graphic black eyeliner was the star of the show at Louis Vuitton, Erdem and Proenza Schouler. Welcome back, black.
The 10 Key Beauty Trends Of Autumn/Winter 2019


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Women's Magazine: The 10 Key Beauty Trends Of Autumn/Winter 2019
The 10 Key Beauty Trends Of Autumn/Winter 2019
From the return of hair gel to disco-inspired eye make-up
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