Hello, I hope you guys have had a good day! I have been in London visiting the British Museum to see the Sunken City exhibition that’s currently on! I love learning about the Ancient Egyptians! Anyway, to the blog post! I have been really enjoying using red tones in my eye looks. Usually I wouldn’t opt for these shades however, as I am playing with different colours more I am finding more shades I love to wear! This is the final instalment of my Autumn inspired posts, you can check out nails and lips inspired by Autumn too!
To start the look I prepped my eyes using Urban Decay Primer Potion and set it using my NYX Ultimate Palette in Warm Neutrals, the top left shade.
Taking the Warm Neutrals palette and a fluffy brush I then used the shade in the 3rd row far right, using it in my crease. Then using a smaller brush and the shade second in on the 3rd row and putting it in the outer corner of my eye and blending it into the lid. To finish the eyes I used the 3rd shade in the 3rd row, using MAC Fix+ and a flat brush taking the shade in the inner corner and blending into the middle of the lid. I then added winged liner using L’Oreal Perfect Slim.
I then moved onto my brows and used Soap & Glory Archery Brow Tint & Pencil in Brownie Points and set them using Maybelline Brow Mascara in Transparent. For lashes I used my Seventeen Falsifeye HD Mascara and for false lashes I used Ardell Demi Wispies. I then primed my skin using The Body Shop Tee Tree Pore Minimiser. For this look I didn’t use any foundation as I am still on the hunt for one. I used Seventeen Stay Time Concealer under my eyes and on my chin.
To set my concealer I used my Seventeen Define and Conquer highlight powder and also the contour shade to contour my cheekbones. For blush I used Max Factor Creme Puff in 15 Seductive Pink and to highlight I used Champagne Pop by Becca x Jaclyn Hill. And to finish the easy glam look off I used Seventeen Mega Matte in Looking Buff!
And voila! I am loving trying out and experimenting with new shades and finding new ones I love to rock! Plus having good drugstore palettes with good pigmentation and a variety of tones makes it so much easier and affordable!
Thank you so much for reading! Until next time lovlies!