Fall Makeup That Is Sure to Fly off the Shelves – Vanity Fair

A few of our favorite brands have recently launched their fall beauty collections, and they’re … well, just wait and see for yourself.

  1. Armani Ecstasy Shine Lipstick: Happy lips, happy life. This lipstick comes in 18 bright-berry shades, but it’s the ultra-hydrating benefits that really have us sold. Think of it as a three-in-one deal—one part lipstick, one part gloss, and one part balm. Jackpot! ($38)

  2. YSL Tatouage Couture: “Here to stay” is the slogan for this liquid matte lip stain from Yves Saint Laurent beauty, and they’re not using it lightly. Apply one of the 18 light-as-air, high-impact shades for all-day wear that speaks volumes, without the risk of dryness. It’s not called “tattoo” couture for nothing. ($36)

  3. It Cosmetics Brow Power Pomade and Bye Bye Breakout: It’s a love story. The billion-dollar brand just launched a whole-new range of products that address skin concerns, from dry or dull skin to blemishes and acne. Our personal favorites include the Brow Power Pomade, a gel that will tame even the unruliest of brows, and Bye Bye Breakout, a concealer that also works to fight blemishes. Talk about a dynamic duo. ($24 and $28)

  4. Estée Lauder x Victoria Beckham: V.B. is back for round two with her second capsule-makeup collection with Estée Lauder. It features 18 new products as well as two limited-edition sets, complete with an illuminating and travel-friendly mirror, that are available this September for a pretty penny. The products, for face, lips, and eyes, are inspired by some of Beckham’s favorite cities around the world—Miami, London, New York, Los Angeles, and Paris. Call us biased, but we’re particularly smitten with New York’s cool autumn hues! ($34–$1,500)

  1. MAC Personality Palettes and Rollerwheel Liquid Liner: It’s all about the eyes at MAC Cosmetics this season. The super-fun Personality Palettes, from Power Hungry to Prissy Princess, contain easy-to-wear eye-shadow shades and a highlighter or bronzer pot for the finishing touch. They’ve also re-invented the wheel, it seems, with the new Rollerwheel Liquid Liner, which simplifies a skinny cat eye. Just when you thought all hope was lost—roll with it! ($40 and $21)

  2. Clarins Instant Light Lip Comfort Oil: So, this lip oil isn’t exactly new, but Clarins has added new shades and flavors, from berries to mint. We love it so much, we just had to include! New obsession, indeed. But there’s also something new—a pretty amazing concealer that not only contains S.P.F. but also fights permanent blue and brown under-eye circles. We’ll call that a win, win! ($26)

  3. Lipstick Queen All About the Nudes: To most people, nude lipstick is a safe zone. To the Lipstick Queen, it was anything but—until now, that is. The brand launched three universally flattering shades made from a nourishing blend of oils, wax, and vitamin E, and we’re not sure we’ll ever recover (or wear color) again. Trust us, you’ll be all about the nudes, too! ($24)

  4. Urban Decay Troublemaker Mascara: We know, we know, it’s what’s on the inside that counts, but have you seen this tube of mascara? It’s all of our unicorn dreams come to life. Luckily for us, looks aren’t everything, because as pretty as it is on the outside Troublemaker’s brush-and-formula duo is seriously major. Side effects include length, volume, brighter eyes, and risk of theft by friends. ($24)

*Rope* (1948)
*The Shining* (1980)
*Moby Dick* (1956)
*Singin’ in the Rain* (1952)
*Cabaret* (1972)
*A Clockwork Orange* (1971)
 *What's So Bad About Feeling Good?* (1968)
<em>Rope</em> (1948)

Rope (1948)

<em>The Shining</em> (1980)

The Shining (1980)

<em>Moby Dick</em> (1956)

Moby Dick (1956)

<em>Singin’ in the Rain</em> (1952)

Singin’ in the Rain (1952)

<em>The Godfather</em> (1972)

The Godfather (1972)

<em>Marilyn Monroe in Memoriam</em> (1967)

Marilyn Monroe in Memoriam (1967)

<em>Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?</em> (1962)

Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962)

<em>Modern Times</em> (1936)

Modern Times (1936)

<em>Cabaret</em> (1972)

Cabaret (1972)

<em>A Clockwork Orange</em> (1971)

A Clockwork Orange (1971)

<em>What's So Bad About Feeling Good?</em> (1968)

What’s So Bad About Feeling Good? (1968)