Beauty Insider spoke with makeup’s top talent to ask them to predict what will be flying off of counters this year. Here are the products they had a hand in developing to help fulfill beauty trends—items that may create backorders.

Mally Roncal predicts her High Shine Brow Tint will meet every brow guru’s grooming. Inspired by a trick she uses on celebrity clients, Mally said she created High Shine Brow because, “I would take a sticky, thick, high shine lip gloss and actually comb it through the brows to give them lift, fullness and shine. And obviously, no one wants to do that, so I created this.” High Shine Brow Tint is available at for $20.

Pat McGrath is always out to create a knock-out eye look. For fall, she said CoverGirl’s Liquiline Blast Eyeliner in Blue Boom ($7) will help create eyes that pop. Pat, CoverGirl’s Global Creative Design Director, also predicted CG Eye Enhancers 1-Kit Shadow in Indigo Impact ($3) as a big seller, used in concert with CoverGirl Lash Perfection Mascara in Black ($6.50). All three items can be purchased now at your local drugstore or on

Tom Pecheux said a natural face is the look for fall. To get this look, as Estée Lauder’s Creative Makeup Director, Tom helped design Estée Lauder’s Limited Edition Pure Color Eyeshadow Palette (which includes the Black Shade #5 and Burgundy Bronze Shade #3) launching August 2012 for $45. For lashes, Tom points to the Two Tone Eye-Opening Mascara in Bold Black (launches April 2012 for $28) and Pure Color Blushes in Brazen Bronze and Alluring Rose (launched March 2012 for $28 each).

Gucci Westman, Revlon’s Global Artistic Director, used Revlon’s Midnight Express from her namesake limited edition shadow palette (launching October 2012 for $9.99 at drugstores) as a highlighter on the face.