Hello dearies! It has been quite a while since I last did a collab. So when the lovely Stephanie, blogger of The Best In Beauty contacted me and asked if I was interested in doing a collab with her, I was pretty happy to. Steph's blog is relatively new but for being only 16 years of age, I'm in no doubt that her blog will continue to grow and become a huge success if she keep doing her thang. Steph loves all things beauty related which is evident in her blog posts. Head over to her blog and learn a few beauty tips and tricks. Go and send some virtual love and nice comment to her!
Alrighty, on my blog today I'll be showing you guys my go-to fall makeup look. On Steph's blog, she'll be showing you guys how to achieve a pretty Spring inspired makeup look. Even though I've titled this my Fall makeup look, I still think this look is perfect for any seasons/occasions.
In this look, I've created a neutral smokey eyes. I'm a neutral makeup kind of gal but now that Fall is here, I thought I would deepen my makeup a little without using black which can be quite harsh for day time.
I usually do my base first then work on my eyes. What about you girlies? So once I have done the base of my face, it's time to work on the eyes..
As the base shadow for my eyes, I used NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil in Yogurt which is a light pink champagne color. I use this to brighten us my eyes a little and I love the creamy consistency of this pencil- perfect for on the go.
Then, I use another eye shadow pencil. This time, it's Covergirl Flamed Out Shadow Pencil in Melted Caramel (340), which is a nice taupe color. I used this on the lids to the crease and then blended the two colors.
To deepen the crease to give the eyes some dimension, I used the darkest matte plum color in the Estee Lauder's Berry Quartz. I applied this color on the outer "V" and blend away. I also put this along my bottom lash line to even out the eyes.
To add a little Autumn touch to the eyes, I added a copper shimmery shadow on the center of my eye lids.
Last but not least, I highlighted the inner corners of my eyes as well as my brow bone with the Maybelline's snow white eyeshadow. However, sometimes I use Yogurt to highlight my inner corners as well. Depends on my mood really.
For Fall, it's all about the dark plum or wine reds on the lips and here, I'm spotting Revlon's Just Bitten Kissable Balm Stain in Smitten.
And here's the final product!..
There- my go-to Fall makeup look! Would you spot this look? Let me know what you think down below. Be sure to head other to Stephanie's blog HERE to check out her Spring inspired makeup look!