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Updated: Sep 24, 2019

Autumn-Winter always brings a new colour palette, befitting the cooler temperatures. While we’re not able to experience the climate over here in Malaysia, we can still enjoy wearing the same shades to accentuate our features.

It’s time to update your look; we’ve rounded up the season’s latest makeup trends. Enjoy!

Trend #1: Jewel-inspired colours are in.

Imagine rich shades of warm pinks, cool blues and sultry browns, infused with multi-dimensional shimmer that change colour when you move. Unlike the jewel tones of yesteryear, the new formulas are highly-pigmented yet iridescent, giving the impression of weightlessness.

Try this:

THREE Dimensional Vision Eye Palette (NEW!)

New to the #3AW19 makeup collection, this 4-colour palette comes with four different finishes: crystal powder (to add depth), cream-to-powder (used as a base), soft matte (for shading) and high-shine luminous powder (as a highlighter).

Available in 5 shades.

Trend #2: Wet-look eyeliner?

To your eye makeup, add the final finishing touch – a glossy-finish eyeliner that won’t smudge. Liquid eyeliner is a daunting challenge for many women, so the new generation of pencil liners are designed to deliver a liquid-like effect, without the shaky lines.

Try this:

THREE Crystal Vision Intensive Eyeliner (NEW!)

Smooth but tough, this ultra-smooth, twist-up pencil liner stays put for hours, giving eyelids a trendy wet-look effect. The plant-derived Melting Glow Wax is waterproof, smudge-proof and sweat resistant.

Available in 3 shades.

Trend #3: Contrast shimmery eyes with matte lips.

With your eye makeup taking centre-stage, your lips can stay matte for a nice contrast. What we love about the new matte is that it won’t crack or crease. The “stretchable” liquid formula hugs lips like a glove, drying to a powdery-velvet kiss of colour.

Try this:

THREE Lyrical Lip Bloom

Your lips, but better. With a unique Raw Matte texture, this liquid lip colour doesn’t sink into lip lines like other matte lip colours. Infused with three types of special powders and ultra-fine pearls, your pout appears soft, smooth and plump.

Available in 5 new shades.

Trend #4: Go minimal with just blush & lip oil.

After a whole week of work, take a break from a full face of makeup on the weekends. Just apply blush and slick on a shimmery lip oil, and you’re done! This look takes mere minutes to complete. Take it from the makeup pros and dust some blush across the tip of your nose for a cute, sun-kissed effect.

Try this:


This plant oil-based, lightweight lip oil adds shine and comfort instantly. Used on its own, the warm tint brightens up your lips for a healthy, pinkish look. You can also use it as a shimmery lip topper and apply it over your favourite THREE lip colour!

Available in 1 shade.

THREE Cheeky Chic Blush

Glow, not shine. Inspired by the softly-radiant beauty of crystals, these new blush colours seamlessly blend with the skin, creating a naturally-flushed look. A blend of different powders give a soft, velvety finish that won’t cake or streak, and the botanical-rich formula keeps skin comfortable all day.

Available in 3 new shades.

Stunning Colours, Powered By Nature

Like all THREE holistic products, #3AW19 makeup collection is lovingly made with gentle, ultra-nourishing formulas that deliver colour and care.

Key ingredient: Bilberrry leaf extract

The new eyeshadow formula is infused with bilberry leaf extract, rich in polyphenols such as catechin and quercetin to keep the skin hydrated and youthful.

Key ingredient: Prune seed oil

With its anti-inflammatory properties, prune seed oil is great for soothing skin irritation, and helps to control puffiness, pigmentation and wrinkles.

Key ingredient: Tea seed oil

Locks in moisture and balances skin’s oil-water ratio. It also contains high levels of antioxidants to prevent premature aging.

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