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Fall’s 11 prettiest looks

Your feed is about to get a *lot* of double tapping. Here’s what we’re obsessed with…

ROCK CHIC

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Throw on your fave band tee and finesse some messy waves. The stylists at the Alice + Olivia show created these by holding sections of hair in an S-shape and lightly pressing a flatiron over the top to set the style. Finish with a texturizing spray, like Eva NYC Shapeshifter Texturizing Hairspray ($12, eva-nyc.com), to add a bit of grit and volume.

Eva NYC Shapeshifter Texturizing Hairspray, $12, eva-nyc.com

SHOW PONY

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Colorful extensions are always attention-grabbers, but you can dupe the look without the clip-ins. Slick your hair into a pony with the help of some stronghold gel, then choose a few pieces to paint. We love the Amika Desert Trip Temporary Color Spray ($18 each, loveamika.com) because it keeps hair bright and soft, never crunchy

Amika Desert Trip Temporary Color Spray, $18, loveamika.com

SPORTY SPICE

Stretchy headbands not only keep your hair back during a high-intensity practice, they also make for an ultra-cute accessory after leaving the locker room. Place one at your hairline (shown here c/o the Adeam runway) and let a few pieces come loose to make it a little more romantic. We love the Free People Rainbow Run Headband ($12, freepeople.com).

Free People Rainbow Run Headband, $12, freepeople.com

BIG-CURL GIRL
Spirals are always in, but this season, the volume is amped (as spotted on Sofia Wylie). Boost your texture and go as high and wide as you can by building shape and defining your coils. We love the super lightweight Naturalicious Dramatic Definition Gel ($33, ulta.com) because it not only enhances your curl pattern, it adds shine without weighing you down.


You don’t need a degree in art—or even a steady hand— to recreate these adorable designs. Just grab a dotting tool like the Rosmall Nail Art 2 Way Dotting Pen Tip Tool ($5 for five, amazon. com) and dip it into your polish. Lightly press it onto your nails to create sweet cherries, poppy polka dots and teeny tiny hearts!

CHEERFUL CHERRIES

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ALL HEART

GOTHIC GARDEN PARTY

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A deep, dark lip (as seen on the Rodarte runway) pairs perfectly with fall’s new florals. Go for an eggplant shade that won’t wear off during lunch like Beauty Bakerie Matte Lip Whip in She’s Just Jelly ($20, beautybakerie.com).

She's Just JellyMatte Lip Whip, $20, beautybakerie.com

JUST PEACHY

Image: Instagram.com/grandecosmetics

Spice up your look by blending the same warm shade onto your lids, cheeks and lips. Monochromatic makeup makes getting ready on a slow morning a breeze and the peach tone gives an automatic glow. Lightly pat in Grande Cosmetics GrandePOP Plumping Liquid Blush in Sweet Peach ($25, ulta.com) with your fingers for a flawless wash of color.

Grande Cosmetics GrandePOP Plumping Liquid Blush in Sweet Peach, $25, ulta.com

DEW DROP

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Highlighting your skin doesn’t always mean sweeping shimmering powders over a layer of foundation. Apply a face gloss atop clean, moisturized skin for a natural, healthy look. Tap it on your cheekbones, lips and anywhere else you want to catch the light. Try Becca Cosmetics Zero No Pigment Glass Highlighter for Face + Lip ($24, beccacosmetics.com).

Becca Cosmetics Zero No Pigment Glass Highlighter for Face + Lip, $24, beccacosmetics.com

PASTEL SMIZE


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Give your eyes a pretty pink-purple frame by applying shadow under your eyes with a dense brush. Flick it up at the end for a cateye effect without the dramatic black liner. To recreate this flirty and fun look try the Coloured Raine Eyeshadow Queen of Hearts palette ($29.40, colouredraine.com) 

Coloured Raine Eyeshadow Queen of Hearts$29.40, colouredraine.com

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by Holly Fisher; edited for digital by Samantha Dorisca | 10/20/2020
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