All The Fall 2019 Beauty Trends To Copy Now

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Why wait until September?

As New York Fashion Week comes to a close, we have a pretty good idea of what to expect in terms of trends come Fall 2019, both in fashion and in beauty. But if there's one thing we especially love about runway beauty trends, it's that we don't have to wait until next season to recreate our favorites. Unlike clothing and accessories, all of the tools we need are accessible now.

And, Fall 2019's runways were brimming with inspiration for some truly swoon-worthy looks. From playfully artsy eye makeup and expertly executed "messy hair" to modern updates on the smoky eye and ladylike chignon, there was a lot to love.

Below, six trends from this week's Fall 2019 shows that you can get to copying, stat.

Smoke Show

Photos by Mike Coppola, JP Yim, Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images

The smoky eye is back and better than ever, this time finished off with a glistening glaze for a look that's sultry, yet still cool. From Tom Ford's intense smolder to Noon by Noor's reddish-brown, we're totally into this glossy take on the classic look.

From left: Brock Collection, Tom Ford, Noon by Noor

Bless This Mess

Photos courtesy of Maryam Nassir Zadeh and by Ben Gabbe, JP Yim/Getty Images

Forget sleek, glass hair. For Fall 2019, the idea is for it to look like you didn't do your hair at all–and, if anything, roughened it up a bit. Fluffy, brushed-out crimping and messy-yet-polished frizzy flyaways were all the rage on this week's runways.

From left: Maryam Nassir Zadeh, PH5, Telfar

Ladylike Buns

Photos courtesy of Aveda, Dyson, TRESemmé

For those who don't want to go the messy route, fear not: Elegant, ladylike hairstyles also made appearances across the runways. Mostly seen with a slicked-down middle part, these sleek, low chignons and buns are the chicest way to keep your hair in place.

From left: Hellessy, Brandon Maxwell, Alice + Olivia

Artful Eyes

Photos courtesy of Chromat, by Bennett Raglin/Getty Images, by Jenna Igneri

A handful of designers went for more artful, playful looks. Whether a swipe of graphic white and purple liners at 3.1 Phillip Lim—a cool, yet minimalist way to wear liquid liner—to blotchy, splattered rainbows at Collina Strada, the runways were alive with graphic and pigment-packed beauty.

From left: Collina Strada, Chromat, 3.1 Phillip Lim

Monochromatic Moment

Photos by Astrid Stawiarz, Monica Schipper, Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images

Monochromatic makeup made plenty of appearances this season, from all-over terracotta at Kate Spade to deeper berry shades at PRISCAVera.

From left: Cushnie, Kate Spade, PRISCAVera

Baby Bangs Reign Supreme

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Forget a lengthy '70s bang, for Fall 2019, it's all about the short '90s crop. Whether models' own or makeshift via hair extensions, super-short baby bangs ruled the runways.

From left: PRISCAVera, Tomo Koizumi, Rachel Comey

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This photo proves that they are the chillest onscreen family

Sophie Turner just posted a photo of herself, Maisie Williams, and Isaac Hempstead Wright—aka the Stark siblings—to her Instagram, showing just what the three used to get up to when the Game of Thrones cameras weren't rolling.

The photo shows Wright looking quite pleased with himself while sitting on a makeshift throne, wearing no pants. As he should be, seeing as (spoiler) his character, Bran, won the Iron Throne this weekend. Williams, meanwhile, is looking way too cool to be involved in the shenanigans, wearing a pair of black sunglasses and staring absently off-camera. As for Turner, she's looking away from her onscreen brother, too, nervously smoking a Juul.

"The pack survived," Turner captioned the photo.

This photo just goes to prove that the Stark siblings are the chillest onscreen family. (It also proves, yet again, that Turner's social media is an absolute delight.)

We're actually a little sad that this footage didn't make it into the final season, considering how many modern-day objects have been spotted in the show's last few episodes.

Photo via @mileycyrus on Twitter

Meet Ashley

Miley Cyrus shared the trailer for her forthcoming Black Mirror episode, and it's basically Hannah Montana set in a dystopian future. Cyrus is a pink wig-wearing pop star named Ashley who is rolling out an in-home virtual assistant, named Ashley Too, that looks like her and shares her voice. But, as is the case with every Black Mirror episode, this technology is not as cute and fun as it's advertised to be.

In the trailer, we get the idea that Ashley is all about wanting fans to "believe" in themselves—but underneath that pink wig, maybe she doesn't feel that same self-love. After Ashley Too introduces herself to fan and new owner Rachel, promising to be her friend, we get a look at Ashley's darker side. She's depressed and tired of the pop star life. A record label executive says to several people in the room, "She doesn't understand how fragile all this is." As they consider upping her dose of medication, Ashley's life is on a downward slope. "It's getting so hard to keep doing this," she voices over glimpses of a police car chase, performances, and breakdowns backstage.

But back to the technology: Does Ashley's breakdown also mean the breakdown of Ashley Too? Looks like it. We see Rachel's virtual assistant screaming, "Get that cable out of my ass! Holy shit! Pull it out," breathing a sigh of relief as soon as they pull it out. A title card then reveals the episode name, "Rachel, Jack, and Ashley Too."

Watch the full trailer and get a full view of Cyrus' cyborg-esque pop star look, below. Black Mirror returns to Netflix on June 5.


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Several actresses allegedly had "issues" with him

Lena Waithe's Showtime series, The Chi, just lost one of its main characters. Jason Mitchell, who was also set to appear in the Netflix film Desperados, has been dropped from both projects following multiple allegations of misconduct. He has also been dropped by his agent and manager.

Hollywood Reporter heard from a source "with knowledge" of The Chi, who says that Tiffany Boone, the actress who plays Mitchell's girlfriend on the show, is just one of several actresses who had "issues" with him. She eventually told producers at Fox21 that she could no longer work with him after filing several sexual harassment complaints. Apparently, her fiancé, Dear White People co-star Marque Richardson, would join her on set when she would shoot with Mitchell.

While news of Mitchell's alleged misconduct is just now beginning to surface, it looks like the ball started rolling on the fallout weeks ago. He was dropped from Desperados and replaced by Lamorne Morris before filming began. A source from the production team said that the producers received "specific information" that they reviewed and acted on quickly. Similarly, a source familiar with Mitchell's former agent, UTA, said the decision to drop him a few weeks ago was very quick following the allegations.

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Prior to the college admissions scandal, she said she doesn't "care about school"

Apparently, Olivia Jade wants to go back to school despite all those YouTube videos that suggested otherwise. Back in March, it was revealed that her mom, Fuller House actress Lori Loughlin, and dad, Mossimo Giannulli, had scammed Jade's way into the University of Southern California. Now, Loughlin faces jail time, and Jade lost out on plenty of lucrative ad partnerships.

According to Us Weekly, "Olivia Jade wants to go back to USC," per a source. "She didn't get officially kicked out and she is begging the school to let her back in." Another source though ousted Jade's real motivation to the publication. "She knows they won't let her in, so she's hoping this info gets out," they shared. "She wants to come out looking like she's changed, learned life lessons and is growing as a person, so she for sure wants people to think she is interested in her education."

Jade previously shared in a YouTube video she's in college for the "experience of like game days, partying" rather than the education. She also said, "I don't know how much of school I'm going to attend... I don't really care about school, as you guys all know." Though these statements were made prior to the scandal coming to light, her brand partnerships didn't come into question until her parents were indicted.

Right now, despite previous reports that Jade and her sister would both be dropping out of USC, Jade's enrollment has been placed on hold—meaning she cannot register for classes, or even withdraw from the school—until her parents' court case comes to a close. Then, the school will make its own decision as to how Jade will be affected. I think, either way, she should have to pay off a few of her classmates' loans for all the BS she pulled.

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He'd previously said he wanted to punch Jackson's 'Leaving Neverland' accusers in the face

Aaron Carter has been one of Michael Jackson's fiercest celebrity advocates in the aftermath of the Leaving Neverland documentary in which two men, Wade Robson and James Safechuck, alleged that Jackson sexually abused them when they were children. In a new clip from People, however, he seems to walk back his defense.

People reveals that Carter will be joining the upcoming season of reality TV show Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars Family Edition with his mother. It's noted that he will be revealing more thoughts regarding Jackson following the documentary and the sneak peek specifically sees him alluding to a negative experience with the singer.

Carter, who has previously said that Jackson was never inappropriate toward him, says that Jackson "was a really good guy," though he does note that this is only true "as far as I know." "He never did anything that was inappropriate," he continues before stopping himself, as though remembering something. "Except for one time. There was one thing that he did that was a little bit inappropriate."

Carter does not provide any more detail after this statement. He has previously said that he would stay at Jackson's Neverland estate and sleep in the same bed as the much older star when he was 15 years old, though he hasn't seemed to understand then just how creepy that is. He also said earlier this year, in a clip from TMZ, that he would be telling a story of something that happened between them in an upcoming book about his life.