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Fall 2010 Cosmetic Color Trends
By: Cathy Christensen
Posted: November 3, 2010, from the November 2010 issue of GCI Magazine.
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Multifunctionality is also in vogue this fall, allowing clients to purchase makeup that can be blended and used on various features. “I’m seeing a lot of mixing shades, such as browns and purples; having fun, but being practical. Instead of buying 10 different eye shadows, suggest clients mix a couple for a new look,” says Owens. Along with multiple use cosmetics, an easy, fresh look for fall is always what clients want, according to Nemes. “Clients want a no-fuss look, and I think any woman can pull that off with these fall trends,” she predicts.
With the help and advice of spa professionals who understand that runway looks need to be more subtle, clients can enjoy fresh, economical applications that make them feel great and keep them current for a new season. “What spa professionals need to do when they have clients who turn to them for advice is to keep things modern without looking too trendy. Sometimes great theater is not OK to wear to work,” explains Katz.
With a focus on lively, wearable colors, as well as budget-driven cosmetic options, Fall 2010 promises to be a season that allows clients and spa professionals alike to relish the comfort and sparkle of this new season.