These Are the Makeup Looks You’re Going to See Nonstop in 2019
As much as we love scrolling through Pinterest for inspiration in all aspects of life, when it comes to our daily makeup, we look to the pros. Known for some of Hollywood’s most major beauty moments, makeup artists Jamie Greenberg, Sir John, and Kale Teter know a thing or two about what’s in and out. Keep reading to find out what they expect to be 2019’s biggest face, eye, and cheek trends.
Greenberg, who works with Jessica Alba, Anna Faris, Tracee Ellis Ross, and Kaley Cuoco, points out that healthy looking skin is an important part of nailing a flawless makeup look. “My favorite trend right now is [having] perfect skin,” she begins. “I think the way to achieve it — or cheat it — is finding the right primer since it helps you get the [smoothest] skin canvas for makeup.” Brit + Co Pick: Cover FX Blurring Primer ($38) (Photo via Steve Granitz / Getty)
Sir John is something of a legend in the beauty world, working closely with mega-stars like Beyoncé, Joan Smalls, and Karlie Kloss. His chosen trend for the new year? Fiery red eye makeup like Lili Reinhart’s at the 2019 Golden Globes, shown above. “The thing I love most is that we were conditioned from childhood to not use reds or similar shades around the eyes,” he says. “It was considered distasteful. But now this trend is super hot.” Brit + Co Pick: L’Oréal Paris Paradise Enchanted Scented Eyeshadow Palette ($11) (Photo via Steve Granitz/ Getty)
“A trend that picked up popularity [in 2018] and I believe will continue well into  is makeup done with beautiful earthy tones,” says Teter, who has worked with Ashley Graham, Romee Strijd, and Ariana Grande. Applying peach, terracotta orange, and caramel tones to the eyes, lips, and cheeks will brighten up your look instantly. “[They] give that beautiful warmth to a look that makes anyone look fresh and lively,” he notes. Brit + Co Pick: NARS Narsissist Wanted Cheek Palette II ($59) (Photo via Gabe Ginsberg/ Getty)
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