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What’s out?Coral.What’s in?‘Look to deeper and fuller-bodied lipsticks as autumn approaches. Rich oxblood burgundy is the perfect tone for this change in season. Wear it with a fresh complexion, and a curled lash with a slick of volumising mascara.’Anna Priadka, Nars lead stylist
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What’s out?Mr Twit beards.What’s in?‘Really, personal style is what matters – how a man unleashes his dapper potential is individual to what suits him best. All that said, coming into autumn, we are seeing our clients ask for shorter, neater, maintained beards – a step away from the “woodsman” look.’Brendan Murdock, Murdock founder
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What’s out?Cat eyes.What’s in?‘Graphic, eccentric eyes. When working on the Marchesa collection, I used a floating green liner with a simple lip and luminous skin – for an eccentric pop of colour. Layer green liner in the socket to accentuate the eye.’Gucci Westman, Revlon artistic director
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What’s out?The undone ’do.What’s in?‘Summer was all about looser cuts, but the emerging trend is the blunt bob. This look freshens up the traditional bob and works for the change in fashion too. It’s all about the ends being super blunt. Cross Margot Tenenbaum with Alexa Chung if you want the tamer approach.’George Northwood, celebrity hairdresser
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What’s out?Fussy prints.What’s in?‘Nail art is definitely changing in a big way for autumn. Detailed, fussy prints are being replaced with grown-up classic nail art, such as half moons or something simple and graphic. Embellished nails are also going to be big. Think textured glitters and overcoat effects.’Sophie Harris-Greenslade, leading nail artist
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What’s out?The Jimmy Darmody step.What’s in?‘We’re expecting people to stop wearing the very smart, slick wet styles inspired by the “step” seen on Jimmy Darmody in “Boardwalk Empire”. These step-style undercuts are being replaced with gradual fades, and the slick-back tops are being grown out and worn loosely.’Richard Tucker, barber at Ruffians

Six new grooming trends you need to know about

Not still sporting a great big beard or a dip-dyed mop are you? How very summer 2014. London’s grooming experts tell us how we should be looking this autumn

By Katie Dailey
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