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...for­get you may need two pairs of shoes for the fall — chil­dren in younger grades are often asked to bring an “in­door” set of shoes and an “out­door” set for re­cess and lunch hour. If colour isn’t your thing: “Nat­u­ral light blonds and browns are pop­u­lar as well as plat­inum “white” blonds, which is my per­sonal favourite hair trend at the mo­ment,” says Jor­dyn Wiebe, the beauty blog­ger be­hind joy­ful­lyjor­dyn.com. When styling for school, think sim­ple but stylish. “It’s al­ways eas­i­est to keep your hair style ef­fort­less and easy to throw to­gether,” says Wiebe. “In­vest in a great tex­tur­iz­ing spray to achieve that “I woke up like this” look and a vo­lu­miz­ing dry sham­poo for morn­ings when you can’t wash your hair.”

And if ef­fort­less but eye­catch­ing Not sur­pris­ingly, celebrity makeup is in­flu­enc­ing teens as well. “Over-lined matte lips are a big one, and high­lighters are another big prod­uct cat­e­gory that teens love right now,” says Chen. “Pop­u­lar looks in­clude lip prod­ucts with a brown un­der­tone– brown­ish reds, plums, and nudes.”

Teens are also tak­ing their makeup cues from fall colours, “…for back to school dur­ing the cooler fall months, you can go darker and ex­per­i­ment a bit more with ter­ra­cotta and rusty or­ange shades, mus­tard yel­lows, jewel tones like teal, plum and bur­gundy, and even metallics like bronze, cop­per and gold,” says Wiebe.

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