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So we know there are only two weeks left of autumn and therefore two weeks until the official start of winter (NOOO!),  but there is still plenty of time to incorporate the autumnal colour palette into your make up regime.

Sumptuous burnt oranges, leafy greens and deep, mahogany browns were all big beauty trends on this year's A/W catwalks.

You know what we’re talking about.

Here’s how you can embrace autumn on your face: 

1. Autumn Flame

The trend: Burnt, smoky oranges are the perfect autumnal colours as seen here on the A/W 2015 catwalk for Hervé Léger . Don't be afraid to embrace these sultry tones across the face.

Make it work for you: Use a pigmented, bright orange across the eyelid (smoke out with a soft brown if it is too intense). Then take a soft coral toned blush across the cheeks and finish with a peachy hue on the lips for a look that ignites your features. 

2. Autumn Forest 

The trend: Forget the traditional smoky eye using black and grey tones and opt instead for warm brown hues.

Make it work for you: Use a beige eye shadow for the inner crease before using a deep mahogany shade across the entire outer eye area. Smoke this colour right out to the crease and underneath the lash line. Use a gold or honey shadow to bring the autumnal shade right up to the lash line. Keep the rest of the face matte and nude; finish with a brown eyeliner or mascara.  

3. Autumn Leaves 

The trend: Green might not be the first colour you think of when doing your eyeshadow but deep greens are really gorgeous in combination especially with sallow skin. Just as browns enhance a green eye, greens do the same for brown eyes.

Make it work for you: Use a soft brown tone on the lids and inner eye area before smoking out with a deep, forest green shade. Use a green liner to define the eyes and finish with a brown mascara. 

Get the Looks

Chanel Illusion D'Ombre Eyeshadow in Rouge Gorge, €34.49. available in Brown Thomas
MAC Lipstick in CB96, €19, available in Brown Thomas and MAC, Henry Street


Bobbi Brown Intense Pigment Liner in Forest, €33.50, available in Brown Thomas
No7 Natural Blush Tint Powder, €11, available in Boots 


Benefit they're real! Mascara in Beyond Brown, €26, available in Brown Thomas
L'Oréal Paris Infallible Mega Gloss in Never Let Me Go, €7.79, available in Boots


Catrice Cosmetics Chocolate Nudes Eyeshadow Palette, €5.49, available in Penneys, Dunnes Stores and McCabes Pharmacies 



Fans of Slumdog Millionaire will be devastated to hear that its stars Dev Patel and Freida Pinto have split up.

The couple met on the set of the Oscar-winning film in 2008 and have been together since. However it seems things have gone downhill in recent months with a source telling Us Weekly that "they have been done for a while."

The couple both rose to international fame after the release of Slumdog Millionaire and have starred in a number of high profile projects since, including Immortals for Freida and The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel for Dev.

Rumours of a split were sparked when Freida celebrated her 30th birthday in L.A. in October, with Dev nowhere to be seen.

"Freida is single and happy," said another insider. "Friends are setting her up."

We wonder how Dev is dealing with it all – even before the couple started dating he said in an interview that they were "soulmates," adding, "We're both in this surreal situation. She is very beautiful."

With this sad news, it's definitely time for a look back at the dance that started it all – who can forget Jai Ho?!