This makeup look is one of my favorites for fall. It’s smokey, but it’s still soft and wearable. Like most of my other fall makeup tutorials, I use soft warm brown colors, mixed with more grey/purple based colors. So keep reading if you want to learn how I created this look!!
- To start off I applied Mac Wedge in my crease as my transition color
- I then applied Mac Quarry mixed with Haux to deepen my crease
- Using a darker warm brown color from the Morphe Jaclyn Hills Favorites Palette, I applied it in the outer V of my eye.
- To deepen the outer corner even more, I used a dark grey shade called Desperation from the Urban Decay Vice Palette.
- On my lid I applied the shade Graphite from the Lorac Pro Metal Palette
- I winged out my liner using Wet N’ Wild Mega Liner and applied Maybelline Pencil Liner in my water line
- Taking that same Desperation shade, I smudged it out under my bottom lash line, and then applied a coat of Mac Zoom Fast Mascara to my top and bottom lashes.
I hope you enjoyed this look, stay tuned for more fall inspired looks as well as some new holiday looks I have coming up!
Today’s look is a very simple one! I only used a few colors and it only took me about 10 minutes to complete it! These warm brown shades with the pink/grey tones are perfect for fall! I hope you enjoy
- To create this look I started out by applying Mac Wedge in my crease with a Mac 224 Brush
- Using that same 224, I went in with Mac Haux and Quarry to slightly deepen up my crease
- I applied Mac Tailor Grey Paint Pot on my lid and then applied Satin Taupe on top of that using my Mac 242 brush
- I lined my eyes with Wet N’ Wild Mega Liner and then applied a coat of Mac Zoom Lash Mascara to my lashes to finish off the look
This look I created today is another Fall Edition makeup look! It is a brown/ taupe smokey eye. It is really simple to do, it only took me about 20 minutes and I only used 3 colors! I hope you enjoy it. Keep reading to find out how I achieved this look.
- The first thing I did was prime my eyes with MAC Painterly Paint Pot
- I then applied MAC Wedge in my crease as my transition color.
- Using the shade ES62 (pictured below) from the Morpe Jaclyn Hill Favorites Palette I applied it with a big fluffy brush all over my lid and in my crease
- Taking the shade ES63 (pictured below) from the same palette, I applied that in my outer V to deepen the look
- I applied a coat of mascara to my lashes and then added a pair of falsies. The ones I’m wearing are from House of Lashes in the style Pixie Luxe.
- Moving on to my bottom lash line, I applied the same ES63 shade with a definer brush and then smudged it out with MAC Wedge.
- To finish off this look, I added a black pencil liner to my water line and then a coat of mascara to my bottom lashes.
I hope you enjoyed this look! Stay tuned for more fall inspired makeup looks
Today’s look is my new Everyday Fall Makeup Look:
This is a really simple and is easy look to achieve!!
-I first started out with a moisturized face and applied my Too Faced Born This Way Foundation with my Real Techniques Buffing Brush
– I then applied MAC Pro Longwear Concealer in the shade NC15 under my eyes and set it with Anastasia Banana Powder and MAC Pro Emphasize Powder
-I applied a soft brown bronzer from the Anastasia Original Contour Kit and blended that outward
-Using MAC “Tenderling” blush I applied that onto the apples of my cheeks and blended it into my blush
-I used MAC Paint Pot in the shade “Tailor Grey” and applied that all over my lid with my finger
-I then took MAC “Wedge” on a 217 brush and applied that in my crease to buff it out
-I winged out my liner using Wet N’ Wild Mega Liner
-I then used L’Oreal Black Liner on my waterline and smudged out the “Tailor Grey” Paint Pot under my waterline with a Sigma Defining Brush
-Using a Small blending blush, I took MAC “Wedge” and blended out the paint pot
-I then applied a coat of mascara to my top and bottom lashes
-I used MAC “Half Red” lip liner to line my lips and then applied MAC “Diva” on top
That completes this look! I hope you enjoy it and try it out yourself!!
The next look in my Fall Makeup Series is an Emerald Smokey Eye. I love wearing these looks that incorporate warm earthy tones. This look is easily achieved with just a few colors! Let’s get started…
- I started out by priming my eyes with MAC Pro Longwear Concealer in NC15.
- I set that concealer with my Banana powder from Anastasia Beverly Hills.
- Using a MAC 224 brush, I applied Makeup Geeks Beaches and Cream in my crease.
- Using that same brush I then applied MUG Latte right over top.
- I then took MUG Cocoa Bear and applied that in my crease with a Sigma E25 brush.
- Using a medium brown shade from the Morphe Jaclyn Hills Favorite Palette and applied that using the same E25 brush in my crease.
- Using my Morphe M124 brush, I applied the color Anaconda from the Anastasia Beverly Hills Artist Palette, all over my lid
- I then took the color Subterranean from Sugar Pill and applied that over top, focusing mostly on the ball of my lid.
- I winged out my top liner using Wet N’ Wild Mega Liner.
- I then applied NYX White Liner in my water Line.
- Using the same medium brown color from my crease, I used a MUG Pencil Brush and smoked out my lower lash line.
- I then applied my L’Oreal Voluminous Lashes Mascara to my top and bottom lashes.
I hope you enjoyed this look! Stayed tuned for more!
Since fall is right around the corner, I figured I would kick off the season with a simple everyday fall inspired look. Since fall is my favorite time of the year, I figured I would start with the looks a little sooner than usual (because technically it is still summer… but let’s not think about that ;p)
I am obsessed with everything plum, wine, or maroon colored! Dark lips are my favorite, and fall gives me a reason to rock a crazy dramatic lip with minimal makeup everywhere else. I LOVE IT!!!
So let’s get started!
- I started out with my skin first for this look. I used MAC Studio Moisture Fix right after I washed my face.
- For my foundation I used Too Faced Born This Way Foundation in the shade Ivory, and blended it out with my Beauty Blender.
- I then applied my L.A. Girl Pro Concealer in the shade Classic Ivory under my eyes going back towards my temple in a “V” shape. I blended this out using my Beauty Blender as well. I always make sure that I apply my concealer on my eyelids too when I am not using any shadows. It will help even out your lids and make your foundation appear flawless.
- To set my concealer, I used my Sigma F25 Tapered Face Brush and applied Anastasia Beverly Hills Banana powder.
- To contour I used Anastasia Beverly Hills Original Contour Kit and a Sigma F10 brush.
- Using that same brush, I then applied MAC Sheertone Blush in the shade Tenderling.
- For a soft highlight right above my cheekbones, I used Mary Lou Manizer by the Balm with a Real Techniques Duo-fiber contour brush.
- I then applied two coats of mascara to my top and bottom lashes. I used L’Oreal Voluminous Million Lashes Mascara.
- For my lips I started out by lining them with NYX Lip Liner in the shade Plum.
- I then applied Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Lip Tar in the shade Black Metal Dahlia.
And that completes this look! It is very simple and only requires a few steps! I hope you enjoyed! Stay tuned for more Fall Inspired Looks!
On a recent trip to my local mall, I decided to stop into Bare Minerals (where my friend works) and look around! I found these shadows on a beautiful rotating display and I fell in love. I picked up two shades; “Bahamas” and “Here Kitty.” This is my first time using these and I really like them so far!! I plan on buying more soon! They are crazy pigmented and apply very nicely. I suggest wetting your brush before you apply them.. I used MAC Fix + for this.
- To begin this look, I of course primed my eyes with MAC Pro Long Wear Concealer in the shade NC15.
- I then applied Makeup Geek Beaches and Cream with a Morphe M511 brush.
- I took Morphe shadow in the shade ES67 and applied that into my crease using the same brush.
- I then applied Makeup Geek Unexpected into my crease, again using that same Morphe M511.
- To deepen up my crease, I used Makeup Geek Bitten and applied that with a Sigma E25 brush.
- Using a Morphe M124 brush, I sprayed it with MAC Fix + and applied Bare Minerals “Here Kitty” all over my lid.
- With that same Morphe M124, I sprayed it again and applied Bare Minerals “Bahamas” into my inner corner for a little pop to brighten up my eyes.
- For my brow highlight, I applied MAC Shroom on a Makeup Geek Outer V Brush (it’s perfect for applying a nice sweep of color).
- I applied a very thin line of Wet N’ Wild Mega Liner in Black on my upper lash line and then went in and added false lashes from House of Lashes in the style “Pixie Luxe.”
- I used that same Unexpected shade from Makeup Geek and applied that on my bottom lash line using a Makeup Geek Pencil Brush.
- With that same brush, I applied Bare Minerals “Here Kitty”
- I finished off the look by adding a coat of black liner to my bottom waterline.
I hope you enjoyed this look, I had a lot of fun creating it, and I definitely will be wearing it often!
For today’s look I decided to go a little darker and smokier. This look was inspired from the colors in the Anastasia Beverly Hills Artist Palette. The majority of the shadows I used today were from that palette, and I am very excited to finally use it! So keep reading if you would like to see how I created this look
Lets get started!
- The first thing I did was prime my eyes with MAC Pro Long Wear Concealer in the shade NC15.
- Since I knew I was working with a lot of shadows today (and A LOT more blending) I set my concealer with a matte skin tone shade. For me I used the shade Buttery from the Anastasia Beverly Hills Palette.
- I then took a Morphe M511 brush and applied Makeup Geeks Beaches and Cream into my crease as my transition color.
- Next, taking the shade Dusty Rose (top left corner of palette) on a Morphe M412 brush, I applied that over top my transition color.
- On top of that I applied the shade Aubergine (a maroon color with shimmer) with that same M412 brush.
- I then took a NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil in the shade Purple Velvet and applied that onto my lid using my finger.
- Using a MAC 242 brush, I applied the shade Blue Velvet (a deep matte blue) onto my lid over top of that NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil.
- To add a little more to my lid, I took the shade Unicorn out of the palette (a bright purplely blue color with fine glitter in it) and applied that with the same 242 brush from MAC.
- To deepen up my crease, I went in with the shade Coal on a Sigma E45 brush and applied that onto the outer third of my crease and blended it inward.
- Using MAC’s White Pigment, I applied that in my inner tear duct using a Morphe M169 Brush, dragging that pigment onto my lid about 1/3 of the way in.
- Throughout each step of adding a new color in my crease, I made sure to go back in with a big fluffy brush, and blend it out.
- Using Wet N’ Wild Mega Liner, I lined my lashes with a medium sized line. You can wing this liner out if you prefer.
- I applied black liner into my bottom waterline and added mascara to my top and bottom lashes.
- I took the same shade, Blue Velvet, and applied that under my bottom lash line using a Makeup Geek Pencil Brush.
- To blend that out, I used the same brush and the shade Dusty Rose.
- To highlight under my brow bone, I used Shroom from MAC.
- I didn’t have a pair of lashes on in these pictures, but later on I did add a pair of House of Lashes in the style “Pixie Luxe.”
I hope you enjoyed this look! If you recreate this, or any other look I have done, feel free to send me pictures! I would love to see them