If cooler temps are not something you get excited about, then we have three words for you: Fall makeup collections. That's right; the lines have rolled in, and the rich hues of the season are something to get excited about. Not sure where to start? We have the crème de la crème right here for you. Lush lipsticks, lovely lacquers, and elegant eye shadows are all here waiting for you to feast your eyes on.
MAC's longwear formula is so popular that the brand has released a limited-edition Pro Longwear collection  ($20-$34). From liner to paint pots and beyond, each product of this line delivers high pigment for hours and hours.
Make Up For Ever has released an ultraluxe Artisan Brush Set  ($18-$53) for Fall. From fan brushes to kabuki brushes, you can completely overhaul your brush set in one shopping spree.
Merle Norman's 2013 Fall Color Collection  ($14-$20) offers everything you need to get a gorgeous smoky eye for Fall, plus a variety of flattering cheek and lip shades to accompany said sultry look.
Mad about matte? You'll want to pick up MAC's newest lipstick collection, Retro Matte  ($15-$20), which was inspired by the wildly popular Ruby Woo.
With a palette, lip gloss, and nail polish, Nars Hearts LA  ($75) celebrates everything glamorous about the city where dreams come true.
Textile-inspired manicures come alive in Essie's latest collection, For the Twill of It  ($8 each). The colors take their cues from flannels and twills that make Fall oh-so cozy.
Just in time for Fall, Rihanna  has released her second collaboration with MAC Cosmetics  ($17-$44). A favorite is the Lipglass version of her ever-popular RiRi Woo.
To celebrate the season of luxury, MAC recently released its Indulge collection  ($15-$24). Chock-full of eye pigments, lip glosses, and nail lacquers, this collection regales us with the finer things in life.
Foggy grays, royal plums, and no-nonsense navies are all present in Nars's Fall 2013 color collection  ($19-$55). The line also contains a bevy of gift options for the holiday season!
If it's lips you love, then MAC So Supreme  ($17-$20) is for you. These limited-edition lipsticks act as high-pigmented balms, and there's a color for everyone.
Butter London has released its first color cosmetics collection ($15-$20), filled with mascaras, lip glosses, lipsticks . . . everything you could possibly want. Preview the whole collection when you watch the video.
Giorgio Armani's latest beauty collection lives up to its name. Aptly titled Kaleidoscope  ($32-$88), the collection is full of shimmering pigments and smooth-as-silk lipsticks.
MAC Cosmetics has created a makeup line for Fall  ($25-$55) inspired by the illustrations of Antonio Lopez. Available from now through October, the items are emblazoned with the designs of the famed artist.
Fall is the season of metallics, which makes Dior Mystic Metallics  ($24-$61) so perfect. Silky shadows, nail polishes, and lip glosses all contain glistening shades, making for a fantastic line.
Healthy, bright skin more your bag? Chanel Les Beiges  ($58 each) is a line of powders that lets you customize the level of glow that you want to achieve.
Catering to just about every skin tone out there, Nars's Radiant Cream Compact Foundation Collection  ($38 each) has compacts that range from light ivory to deep cocoa.
You swath your body in cashmeres and satins in the Fall, so why not do the same for your nails? Zoya's Cashmeres and Satins Fall collection  ($8 each) has deep, delicious shades you won't be able to wait for.
No one does luxury like Tom Ford, and he does Fall particularly well. Ombré eyes and saturated lips are the cornerstone of Tom Ford's Fall beauty collection ($32-$60).
Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics has teamed up with Symbolist painter Gail Potocki to create Fragmented Alice  ($10-$18) for Fall. Colors range from lime greens to bright reds, creating a truly psychedelic collection.
Find your perfect blush tone in Chanel's Superstition collection  ($27-$59). With cheek hues ranging from coral to intense pink, the colors play beautifully off the other shades in the lineup.
Marc Jacobs has released his first makeup line  ($18-$78). With so many amazing pieces in the collection, it's far too difficult to pick and choose favorites.