While some women may buy cosmetics to enhance their eye color or make their pout pop, a new study reveals that most women desire flawless skin, StyleList.com reports.

Women wonder about many things as they get older, and one question haunting many minds may be how their skin will age. Dr Jessica Wu, a dermatologist and Clinical Instructor in Dermatology at Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center, recently wrote on Beauty Counter Blog that there are a few factors that may indicate how your skin will age.

While fall palettes are often warmer than those of other seasons, women may be surprised to learn that cool pinks and berry shades are quite hot this year. According to InStyle.com, these two hues are translating into some of the best looks for fall, but proper shade selection and application is key to creating a great overall look.

Now that fall has arrived, women may be looking for new makeup trends to accompany their autumn attire, and it seems that one trend that is heating up is gorgeous green eyeshadow.

While nobody is perfect, it’s not unreasonable to want to look as impeccable as possible. However, according to Real Simple magazine, there are a few common beauty mistakes that may be keeping you from creating a flawless face.

When selecting foundation, it is quite common to consider little more than the tone and condition of your complexion, and choose a formula that matches your coloring and hydrates your skin or controls breakouts.

While women may have to wait until spring to don the clothes displayed at New York Fashion Week, ladies everywhere can try out the various beauty trends that hit the runways. And, it seems that one look that dominated runways was rocking an orange-colored pout.

Over the past 15 years, Gwen Stefani has transformed from a bindi-wearing, blue-haired ska diva into a glamorous style icon. The mother of two recently spoke to StyleList.com about her new role as a perfumer and, of course, her infamous red lipstick.

While many of the runways of New York Fashion Week have been packed with models who are painted with brightly colored makeup, the ladies at the Thakoon show boasted surprisingly natural-looking faces and easygoing hairstyles.

While eye makeup tends to be a bit darker once summer ends, don’t resign yourself to a palette of blacks and browns just yet. Instead, add a burst of color to your look by applying a richly hued pigment in an unexpected area – your lower lash line.

While some of fall’s beauty trends may not seem so surprising – jewel tones are favored over pastels, bright pouts give way to bold-colored lips – there are a few autumn makeup tips that may shock you, as they are often thought to be major faux-pas.

As the summer brights start to fade away (and the lights of spring are officially a thing of the past), women across the country may soon begin to dabble in the richer tones synonymous with fall. And while some ladies opt for emerald-colored smoky eyes, other gals prefer to paint their pouts a deep shade of ruby.