CHOCOLATE KISSES

The 90's was 20 years ago as the saying goes, "what goes around, comes back around." If you're imagining 90's like stars, TLC, Mary J Blige, Drew Barrymore and Courtney Love 90's trend was washed out matte shades. Models in Oscar de Larenta, Diane Von Furstenburg and Derek Lam's fall fashion week shows us that brown is back! This go round browns are less about matte and more about moisture. 

Warm browns are most flattering, browns with red, orange or brick-based tones look rich and natural on warmer skin tones or make a bold statement if your skin is more fair. If you 're not ready to go on white, try a white chocolate or creamy nude - this trend will work on all skin tones. 

Makeup artist Gucci Westman says to go for a mauve-tinted brown. "There's a bluish purple undertone to it," says Revlon's global artistic director, who applied Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick in Chocolate Velvet on models at Richard Chai's Spring 2010 show. "I always love how it looks, and it works with just about every skin tone.

Are you down with brown? It's a trend that I'll definitely try - I'm still working on it, I'm in a chunky scarf and walking 7th Ave in my camel suede boots -fierce!