Sunday, 27 September 2015

My Autumn makeup look.

Today I'm going to be showing you my Atummn makeup look. I love darker makeup and I'm a big fan of heavy makeup. I have pretty bad skin so I like to cover it up and in A/W you can get away with it because your not going to sweat it all off. Today's look is definitely my go to look. I've put two different lipsticks in because I do change it up. From dark to light. Here's step by step. 

For some reason my photos have this dark bit in it. It was probably the difference in light. But I start of with a naked face. I do my skin care and then apply some lip balm. 

I apply my foundation concealer powder and fill my eyebrows in. This part of the routine never changes for me. This is definitely something I'm used to and stick to. 

The eyes. That's my favourite part. Today's looks is this light smokey hold eye which I love. It's the perfect balance of if your going to do a dark lip. I did eyeliner with a little flick and some mascara.

This is the part here I contour and highlight and do my lips. I'm really not used to this dark lip. I don't ever do them because I don't think I suit them. But I'm so glad I got this because I'm slowly getting used to it. And here's the light option which I think looks just as nice. 

Rimmel wake me up foundation. 
Makeup revolution concealer palette in light 
Maybelline powder. 

Makeup reveloution brow palette 
Maybelline mascara 
Makeup reveloution eyeliner 
Collection eyes uncovered in shades ivory Ember and golden brown. 
Seventeen in the nude eyeshadow used all colours. 

Urban decay flushed palette in native. I only used the highlighter. 
Seventeen Instant glow bronzer which I used to contour. 

Makeup reveloution Rebel with cause (dark option) 
Mac brave (light option). 

All brushes accept one was real techniques. 

I loved how this makeup look turned out. The perfect amount of Autumn shades thrown in. I'm not a professional makeup artist but I love playing around and applying makeup. 

What's your favourite lipstick shade to use in Autumn. 



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