This article originally appeared at Glamour by Julianne Carell.
Rose gold: You’ve seen it everywhere. All over your Instagram feed, in the hair of your favorite celebrities, in the home section at Target; heck, it’s even the color of your iPhone and MacBook. Nope. It’s not trendy or anything is the biggest understatement of 2016. And you better bet the gorgeously flattering color is coming for your makeup next. For fall, it’s popping up in highlighters, nail polishes, eyeshadow palettes, lipsticks, and more. Obviously, we couldn’t be more stoked.
At first glance, this looks like frozen yogurt swirled into a makeup compact. But once you get over the hesitation to touch it (it’s too pretty!), you’ll be glad you did—you’ll end up looking like the diffused, glowy-skinned girl of your dreams.
The best part about this rose gold glitter is that it comes in liquid form—meaning wherever you choose to put it, it won’t budge. For hours. It’ll look particularly magical in the inner corner of your eyes, layered on top of your existing shadow, or alongside the wing of your cat-eye liner.
This is the dreamiest eye shadow palette we’ve seen since Urban Decay Naked Smoky
. And trust us, the photo does not give the sparkliness of it justice. Our favorite combination? Layer Rose Gold on top of Henna for the prettiest smoky eye ever.
We can’t think of a skin tone this wouldn’t look amazing on. Plus, the 6-free, vegan formula means it’s safe for your fingers and the animals.🐰 Win-win.
Sure, this eyeshadow might look like New Year’s Eve in a pan (not the most practical for everyday…) but once you touch it, you’ll see just how well the color blends out for lower-intensity looks.
This “lip topper” is like lip gloss but better—it’s pigmented as hell, stays on forever, and wearing it looks like you just drank pure unicorn water.
A highlighter with skin care benefits? Yesss. This one prevents wrinkles and revives dull-looking skin at the same time.
Not sure if rose gold is your thing? This eyeliner costs $5, so you won’t break the bank figuring it out.
Here’s another too-stunning-to-ruin powder to fantasize over. And if you decide to take the plunge on it, it comes with a cute kabuki brush to help you do the job.
The trick to pulling off rose gold lipstick? A little goes a long way. Dab it in the center of your everyday nude or pink to make your lips look slightly more plump.