The Fall 2016 runways saw some crazy makeup trends; so we decided to take away the best from all and somehow subtly adapt them for our more practical routines.

With Autumn just around the corner, the beautiful hues of amber, brilliant yellow, and vibrant reds are on our mind here at BeautyBridge.com. Dressing up your face with a bit of Fall-inspired makeup can do wonders.

Arm yourself against the elements and use these fall must-haves to protect your skin and keep you looking your best. Remember, a beautiful you is the best compliment to a chic wardrobe.

This fall, the hottest hues are radiant, rich and regal – cool and collected enough for a casual event and refined enough for a more elegant affair.

Pretty soon you’ll be trading sundresses for sweater dresses and strappy sandals for sturdy riding boots, but you’ll also be swapping out the colors in your makeup bag.

When you think of autumn, chances are that hues like pink, lime green and baby blue don’t make the cut.

You may have started to notice that fall lips tend to be on the darker side – bold, rich tones of red and plum that work well with the darker clothing that cold weather tends to inspire.

If you want to spice up your fall makeup look a bit without trying something totally crazy, take a cue from Selena Gomez, whose look for The Tonight Show with Jay Leno was featured on Glamour magazine’s beauty blog.

If you’re searching for a new makeup look to sport this fall, look no further.

Just because it’s almost fall doesn’t mean you have to totally get new makeup.

Just when you’ve mastered the summer makeup look, September rolls around and it’s time for a seasonal update. Luckily, this fall’s trends are easy to create and wearable with just about everything in your wardrobe, so making the switch should be effortless. 1. Metallic smokey eyes are totally in for fall and ready to spice […]

Smoky eyes may never go out of style, but it seems that every season, designers put a fresh spin on the notoriously sultry look. According to StyleList.com, the Fall 2010 runways were filled with models rocking smoky blue eye makeup.