6 Autumn Beauty Trends to Know Now

Leading industry experts share their autumn beauty predictions for 2023.


Fiona Dosen, ANZ Education Manager at Advanced Cosmeceuticals says: “We all want to have natural and healthy-looking skin. The autumn trends are on skin barrier and the microbiome in our homecare and that starts with cleansing. mesoestetic have created bio-balancing ingredients to target skin flora and anti-pollution complex to make sure we get it right from the first step.

Another trend is a more minimalistic approach – it’s about getting the basics right and Medik8 CSA
philosophy is a great way to start that journey utilising vitamin C, sun protection and vitamin A to ensure
you are on the right pathway. In-clinic for autumn we are seeing the client wanting the combination of relaxation and results with no downtime treatments. Skin conditions such as pigmentation and dehydration left over from summer means the focus is on brightening, hydrating and age-proofing the skin. The mesoestetic age element brightening booster treatment showcases epigenetic technology along with the key ingredients to help resolve these issues.” Shop the look.


Cass, CEO at THE LIP LAB, SYDNEY says: “This autumn I expect to see the continued popularity of the lip oil trend! Lip care is also on the rise with lots of interest in exfoliation, treatments, and masks for the lips! Often, we tend to follow a skin regime but leave out the lips, however this is just as important especially with the cooler months approaching! Regarding lip shades, I think any type of terracotta – warm or cool will keep us up to speed with the autumn trends! The Lip Lab Sydney has all your trending lipstick, lip care and lip necessities!” Shop the look.


Victoria Curtis says: “This autumn is all about bronze, warm, golden hues on the eyes and cheeks. Glowing skin is in, think illuminators and dewy foundations to create that luminous look. Extra blush, statement lips and a sharp cat eye will all be trends to look out for in 2023! Metallics are making a comeback – a hint on the eyes is a great way to get this bold runway look.” Shop the look.

“This autumn is all about bronze, warm, golden hues on the eyes and cheeks.” – Victoria Curtis.


Talya Bergmann of Bio Beauty Concepts says: “My prediction for 2023 will be soft, textured natural brow and a tailored lamination look. Textured brows – will be for the low-maintenance on-the-run kinda gal, that fluffy effortless look is really on the rise, soft in colour and slightly laminated. Aggressive, bold brows are definitely on the way out. A tailored, softer Lamination look – using lamination to create shape rather than that 90 degrees laminated brow look. Lamination has now been here for a few good years and we are only becoming more educated on how to make the most out of our laminations. More and more clients are requesting hairs to be placed to cover gaps or to even out and flatten brows to create fuller more dramatic brows with a natural finish.” Shop the look.


Annabelle Newman, Director of Mother of Tan says: “We all know that we need to get out of the sun and start self tanning but make sure you are putting things on your body for more than one purpose. Invest in tanning products with skincare ingredients. Look at a self tan as if you would any other beauty product, ask yourself what are the benefits that come along with that gorgeous glow. Use tanning as alternative to makeup. There are so many beautiful facial serums available that will enhance the skin and give that customisable colour. Give your skin a break and go out with full confidence. Mother of Tan’s newly aunched BoTANique Facial glaze will do just that. With over 10 super ingredients including Bamboo, lichen, moss and fern it boosts anti-aging and firming properties while giving you the ideal glazing glow.” Shop the look.

“Invest in tanning products with skincare ingredients.” – Annabelle Newman.


Anh, Education Manager and Trainer for Le Beauty says: “Expect to see traditional hues of brown and beige, and the softer sibling, chalk or off white to complement the autumn theme. Pops of colour can brighten an overcast day – think emerald green or wine red. Simple nail art is all the rage to spice up a dull manicure, swirls, dots, lines and leaf. Clients who can’t decide on one colour can opt for each fingernail painted different colours. Narrow square will be the shape preferred for short length nail afficionados, almond, or tapered round will be the shape of choice for long nail wearers.” Shop the look.

This article was originally published in Professional Beauty’s March-April 2023 print issue.

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