What To Say This Fall, Brought To You By LuckyIs your language looking tired? Is it all covered with dull metaphors and off-color slang? Do you have dark circles around your i's and an oily t-zone? Never fear! September Lucky is here with some new words, and new beauty products to match. Make your diction a little more dewy, after the jump.









What To Say This Fall, Brought To You By LuckyPerhaps you're looking for new ways to describe that healthy glow in your cheeks. How about "a natural I've-run-amok-in-a-sunny-field flush" (p. 232). For days when you're feeling a little less glowy, try "I-went-berserk-on-a-subway-train pallor."
What To Say This Fall, Brought To You By LuckyOr maybe you're sick of boring old "smoky" eyeliner. Try Urban Decay's 24/7 Glide On Eye Pencil — according to Wende Zomnir in Lucky, it's "totally smokable" (p. 230). Toke up!

What To Say This Fall, Brought To You By LuckyFor those difficult lip-describing situations, pick up YSL Rouge Pure Shine No. 26. Lucky Beauty editor Jean Godfrey-June says it will make your lips more "lip-colored" (p. 246).

What To Say This Fall, Brought To You By LuckyNot enough Colbert in your hair? Get Ricky's Rx Sensitive Series Hair Clips. They're "grippy" (p. 242).

What To Say This Fall, Brought To You By LuckyAnd best of all, here's a new way to describe your favorite eye brightener: "dewifying" (p. 236). At first I thought this would somehow rid your face of the influence of the book Wifey, but actually it just makes you look more dewy — you know, like a baby. In fact, since babies are so hip this season, maybe you should take a page from their book and not talk at all. Instead just light up an eyeliner and go run amok someplace. Lucky