Fall Forward Beauty Trends 2021

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Beauty Buzz/Blog Biz | Fall Forward Beauty Trends 2021 

Man… Labor Day was barely here before pumpkin drinks started popping up in the coffee shops. You know what that means, it’s fall y’all! Here are some of the fall beauty trends that you might fall in love with. 

Eyes Wide Open

Fall Forward Beauty Trends 2021: Closeup photo of a Caucasian woman's eyeshadow.

The focus is still very high on eyes. From lush lashes to bright eye shadows and well-groomed full brows. You might want to experiment with different mascaras and try some lavender eyeshadow. If you want to get into false lashes, I recommend you go to a professional until you get the hang of how to do them. Do your homework on that.

Lip Defining

Closeup photo of an African American woman's lipcolor.

This just seems funny to say that lipstick is back! If you’re not the candy apple red fan of lipstick, try some in the berry family. Need help? I find the people at stores such as Ulta are very good at selecting lipsticks. I have them do it for me and it works! It has been my experience that Ulta beauty is very good at assisting with makeup selection if you tell them what you’re looking for along with other beauty products. 

The Art Of The Nail

Autumn plaid nail art design. Orange, black, white, purple plaid and bronze/gold flecked solid colors.

Nail art is still trending. Exchange your hearts and flowers motif to pumpkins and leaves or anything in between.  

Autumn Shades

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Do you want to try a new hair color this season? The hair color beauty trend is reddish-brown coppery hues, reminiscent of caramel apples. Please seek out a professional colorist if you want to color your hair at any point. Your hair is not a science experiment and you don’t want to play around with chemistry. 

It’s A Wrap

Eleven different colored hanging scarves with fringed edges.

Here is a beauty trend that I already embraced as a part of my style, scarves! From bandanas or tied into braids and ponytails, scarves are hot this season. You can have a lot of fun with prints and different colors. Hit the discount stores or thrift shops for real inexpensive ones. If you are having a bad hair day a scarf is perfect! However, I will say there is a scarf etiquette; please don’t wear your satin sleep scarf out. I know we have gotten real casual over the past year-and-a-half but come on now. I just had to say it. 

For more fall beauty trends hit these sites for more inspiration. 

By Dana Hinnant, Beauty Editor

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Author Bio:

A headshot of Dana wearing a black scoop neck top under a black jacket. She has glowng caramel colored skin and short dark hair.
Dana Hinnant

Dana Hinnant, a Washingtonian native, whose journey into the beauty industry began 20 years ago after receiving her B.A. in Hearing and Speech Sciences from the University of Maryland in 2000. She received her aesthetics training at Von Lee International School of Esthetics in Baltimore, MD. She started as a local makeup artist and events coordinator with Alluring Looks, Inc. in the Washington DC metropolitan area. Her articles were featured in local publications such as Pose Magazine and Yndigo newsletter. In the mid-2000s, she was a volunteer instructor with the American Cancer Society’s Look Good…Feel Better program, which landed her an esthetician position at an area day spa. 

Over the past several years, Dana has worked with various non-profit organizations and small businesses. During her tenure as the President of the Health and Wellness division of the National Federation of the Blind DC affiliate, she utilized the platform to provide salon safety tips and skincare advice throughout the community. She was a consultant with the Ecumenical Health Council in Port Towns, MD doing beauty and wellness presentations at area churches and events.

In 2019, Dana received the Maryland Association of Community Service Award for Volunteer of the Year due to her community engagement work for The Arc of Prince George’s County. In addition, she also received the Volunteer of the Year award for 2020 from The Arc of Maryland. She is a member and an ambassador with the Professional Beauty Association. Dana is one of the co-owners of Capitol Collective Consulting LLC which launched in April 2021.

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Image Descriptions:

  • Assorted cosmetics and tools poking out of the top of a red makeup bag.
  • Closeup photo of a Caucasian woman’s eyeshadow.
  • Closeup photo of an African American woman’s lipcolor.
  • Autumn plaid nail art design. Orange, black, white, purple plaid and bronze/gold flecked solid colors.
  • Close up of the back of a woman’s head with long wavy red hair blending into the yellow/orange fall foliage background.
  • Eleven different colored hanging scarves with fringed edges.
  • Author bio photo is a headshot of Dana wearing a black scoop neck top under a black jacket. She has glowng caramel colored skin and short dark hair.
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