Autumnal Vibes Makeup Tutorial

Autumnal Vibes Makeup Tutorial
Hello everyone and welcome back to my blog! This past month has been so beautiful, so cool outside. It's been perfect. Although I have been sick off and on a bunch. Recently when I was outside with my dog Chloe I was suddenly really inspired by the trees in my yard to do this look. It ended up super vibrant and beautiful. This is my favorite time of  the year and I can't wait to do so many more autumnal looks. Warm tone smokey is my go-to look all Autumn long! This look kind of ended up really basic looking but it took so long to blend. I have having issues with the base I used and had to redo everything. I then switched the base I used and had so much of an easier time blending! Note to self (and all of you) don't use a heavy concealer as a base! It caused a lot if skipping and patchy-ness. Alright, let's get started boi's!

Starting out this makeup look, I messed up and had to restart. I tried using the Makeup Revolution concealer as a base, but it was either too heavy or i used too much. I ended up using my foundation as a base and things went a lot smoother! This tutorial was done using two palettes, but basically all you need is a shade to set the lid, a few warm and cool brown shades for the crease and a matte or shimmery orange for the lid. To set the lid I went in with shade 1 to create a soft base to blend everything into. Next I  picked up shade 2 which is darker, but still bright yellow and buffed it into the crease. In the picture, shades 3, 4 & 5 look like they are all the same color, but they're actually one gradually darker than the next. Shade 5 is actually a pretty deep brown shade. I took all three of them and buffed them in one at a time, building the intensity. On the lid I mixed shades 6 & 8, 6 wasn't a deep enough orange and 8 was too rusty brown almost. So I mixed and buffed those two together on the lid, blending back into the crease and outer corner area. For shade 7, a really pigmented black, I took the smallest amount and buffed it into the outer corner to bring more depth. You could totally do this look using a lot less colors, But I don't have a very big collection of makeup, so I don't always have the shades I need. I ended up highlighting the arch of the brow bone and inner corner with the highlight I used on my cheeks, it's another makeup revolution palette and its so blinding! Under my lash line I mixed the oranges and the darker brown and black!

Thank you all so much for checking out this post. Please remember to comment and share my posts, it helps me so much! I hope you enjoyed this tutorial and if you did, let me know! I have another tutorial coming on Friday, I really love the look i'm posting today, but Friday's is sparkly and I love glitter! 

Hopefully in these closer up images you can see what I was going for with using all of the colors I had pulled into the look. I wanted a lot of depth and dimension through the crease. There are so many beautiful yellow, orange and red trees outside right now and although I absolutely love it, my sinuses and body hate it. I'm going to try and grind and get some new tutorials going. I can't wait for some fun looks I have planned for the rest of the autumn season and all of winter! 

Products used:
BH Cosmetics; Take Me Back To Brazil
Makeup Revolution; Reloaded Palette; Newtrals 2
Maybelline; Great Lash; Waterproof
Essence Black Pencil Liner
Broadway Beauty Eyebrow Pencil; Brown / Black

Maybelline Fit Me Matte + Poreless Foundation; 120
Revlon ColorStay Foundation; 200
Makeup Revolution; Conceal & Define Full Coverage Conceal & Contour, C3
Makeup Revolution; Lace Baking Powder
Elf Contour Kit
Blush; [self made]
Mario Badescu; Facial Spray With Aloe, Herbs and Rosewater

J Cat Beauty; Lipfinity Matte Lip Gloss; Champagne Buzz

Makeup Revolution; Fierce As Fire, White Highlight Shade

Brushes / Tools:
Real Techniques Sponge
Real Techniques, Miracle Complexion Sponge
Pueen Large Powder Brush
Pueen Angled Blush Brush
Generic Flat Packing Brush
Generic Brand Fan Brush
Generic Flat Shader Brush
Generic Natural Fiber Blending Brush

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