Hi Everyone! Today I have an weekend Autumn makeup look for you all that I came up with yesterday and really love! Its more of a natural look focusing on glowing skin and warm toned brown shadows. So it really goes against the grain of the usual berry lip makeup looks you see this time of year, but don’t worry if you love that look I’m going to do a tutorial on another Autumn/winter makeup look later on in the month
*Makeup I used*
L’Oréal True Match Foundation in Ivory
Collection Lasting Perfection Concealer
Kate Moss Rimmel Sculpting Palette
Barry M Brow Kit Shape and Define
Benefit High Beam Highlighter
Benefit Dandelion lip gloss
L’Oréal La Palette Nude (Rose Edition)
Maybelline the falsies mascara
Step 1:- After applying moisturiser apply using a foundation brush or sponge the foundation and blend evenly. The True Match foundation gives good coverage as well as leaving the skin looking dewy and healthy. Apply concealer in areas needed. Top tip, if you want your under eye area to look brighter mix in some high beam highlighter into your concealer.
Step 2:- With the base sorted, carefully fill in brows I recommend for this look not to go too heavy as it is a natural makeup look. From the L’Oréal palette, apply the shimmery pink colour ( second from left) all over the eyes before using the matte redish brown (fourth from left) into the crease. I found that using some of the shimmery peach colour from the centre of the palette in the middle of the eye gave a lovely look. Blend all the shadows together.
Step 3:- Once the eyeshadow is done, I recommend using a small brush to line the upper eye with the charcoal grey shadow ( second from right) This helps to line the eye leaving it looking more natural than using a liquid liner. Applying the shimmery white highlight colour ( first on the left) in the tear duct of the eye helps to make the eyes stand out. Finish the eye look with a coat of mascara.
Step 4:- Once the eye look is complete, gently apply some of the bronzer from the Kate Sculpt palette into the hollows of the cheeks and temples. Apply some blush on the apples of the cheeks and some high beam highlighter on the cheekbones and nose. This helps to make the skin look glowing. Finish the look off with some lip gloss as an alternative to lipstick.
I hope you enjoyed reading this post! I’m sorry but my L’Oréal palette does not say the names of each of the shadows so it may come across quite confusing to read! I’m one follower away from 300 followers guys so please if your new follow my blog! and as always leave me a comment, I apply to them all 🙂