1. Feathery Brows
Overly filled brows are never a good look, but now the trend is moving toward the "feather brow," seen at shows like Burberry, Elie Saab, and Giambattista Valli. The term refers to lightly filled arches that are brushed up and a bit wild ... yet still groomed-looking. To copy the look, use quick and tiny strokes of a brow pencil to mimic brow hairs. Brush your brows up at the start and outward as you move toward the tail.
2. Flushed Pink Cheeks
This season, push your contouring kit to the side. Instead, whip out your blush brush and a light pink cheek color, because it's all about adding a pop of pink to the apples of your cheeks. The natural flush covered the runways at shows like Tibi, Jason Wu, BCBG, and Ralph Lauren, so you know it's a thing.
3. Bold Red Lips
A crimson pout never goes out of style, but the fact that this look popped up everywhere on the runways at fall shows like Dolce & Gabbana and Céline is proof that it's more popular than ever.
4. Rich, Dark Lips
Think '90s all the way. This includes burgundy, brick, and deeply colored plums— shades all shown at shows like Marc Jacobs, Emanuel Ungaro, and Giles.
5. Bronze Diffused Eye Shadow
It's the new smoky eye and calls for one shade only: bronze. To be on trend like the models at DVF, Nicole Miller, Tom Ford, and Cushnie et Ochs, apply it by blending the color seamlessly from the lash line up toward your brow, leaving no harsh lines at the crease of your eye.
6. Graphic Liner
Step out of your usual cat-eye box and go for a liner that's a bit edgier and fun, from a double-winged liner that was seen at Mugler to ultra-thick cat-eye at Chanel.
7. Metallic Accents
Spice up your typical shadow look with a touch of metallic, similar to what was seen at Tadashi Shoji, Mara Hoffman, and Zac Posen.
8. Lush Lashes
Whether you can grow your own set of stunning lashes or you need to turn to a false set, lashes are in in a major way this season as seen at shows such as Rachel Zoe and Giambattista Valli.
This article originally appeared on Cosmopolitan.com. Minor edits have been made by the Cosmo.ph editors.