LifestyleStyle Fall beauty trends: How to rock short hair, smokey eyes and more By KRISTYNA KANE | Special to amNewYork September 29, 2014 7:00 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email It's time to test out fall's best hair and makeup trends. So crop your locks, sample the "sombre" and let eyes take center stage. Shortcut to style Photo Credit: Getty Images / Dimitrios Kambouris A short haircut — above the shoulders or shorter — is “a fresh look after summer,” says Luca Blandi, a top stylist at the Oscar Blandi Salon. To style yours like Robin Wright, use a root booster or a volumizer for body, a glossing cream for shine and definition and a dry shampoo to create texture, Blandi says. From ombre to ‘sombre’ Photo Credit: Getty Images / Frazer Harrison The “sombre,” as seen here on Jessica Alba, is a softer, more natural-looking version of the popular ombre trend that features dark roots and lighter ends. “The sombre is about having a fine connecting highlight marrying the lighter ends to the darker roots,” says Kyle White, lead colorist at the Oscar Blandi Salon. Eyes defined Photo Credit: Getty Images / Anthony Harvey Fall eye makeup is all about bold lashes and definition. To create a defined line, draw slowly with a fine-tipped eyeliner to “ensure maximum control and precision,” says Moani Lee, global brand ambassador for Hourglass Cosmetics. “Gently lift your eyelid and buff ... liner along your lashline and in between your lashes,” she adds. Top off with mascara or false lashes for a very Angelina Jolie look. Up in smoke Photo Credit: Getty Images / Frederick M. Brown Fans of the smokey eye, like Mila Kunis, should get down with brown. Using a cream eye shadow crayon, draw a thick line on the upper lid near the lashline, slightly winging it out, says celebrity makeup artist Troy Jensen. Next, mix gray and brown shadows and apply with a damp shadow brush, gliding over the line. “Add a touch of sparkle or glitter — another fall trend — by dabbing a loose glitter to the center of the eyelid, or use a subtle glitter liner,” Jensen says. By KRISTYNA KANE | Special to amNewYork Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.