Tutorial: Easy Fall Makeup for Every Color Lipstick feat Too Faced Chocolate Bar Palette7:43:00 PM
I have to admit, as much as I love doing elaborate eye makeup, I rarely have the time to so.
It also doesn't help that I love to sleep, so in the morning I am usually limited on the amount of time I have to do my makeup. The good thing about makeup though is that you don't need intricate eye shadow in order to look pulled together and elegant. So, my everyday makeup is usually sweet and simple.
I am going to show you how I achieve my everyday eye shadow look that I can throw on with any lipstick color and still look amazing. I also want to take the time to shot out my holy grail neutral palette the Too Faced Chocolate Bar Palette( $49, Toofaced.com). This is my go to palette for every day. Besides smelling amazing, the shadows blend well and there is a great variety of light, medium and deep tones.
So let's go ahead and get started...
For this look I only used 3 brushes:Flat Packing brush: I used this one from Wet n Wild, but I also like this Ulta one.
A round blender brush: I also used this one I have from Wet n Wild, but almost every company that makes brushes makes this style
Fluffy Oval shaped blender: This one is my favorite brush hands down! If you find these, get like 5 seriously
False Lashes: I used the Broadway Eyes WSP lashes because they are Wispy lash goals and look soooo natural.
Steps:1.Use Milk Chocolate with a round blender brush and dust over the upper crease as a transition shade. Use light pressure!
2. Next, use the fluffy blender to deepen the crease using Cherry Cordial (the glitter in the shade does not transfer onto the eye.
3. Use medium pressure and a patting motion with the flat brush to place Creme Brulee onto 3/4 of the lid
4. Deepen Outer V with Triple Fudge and you Fluffy Oval Blender brush. The trick here is to build up the color gradually. I layered this shade about 3 times to get the desired effect. I also added this color to my bottom lash for a bit on smokeyness on the bottom lash line.
5.Add more Creme Brulee to lid to intensify color and blend out any harsh lines using a clean fluffy blending brush. Also add false lashes and mascara at this point (the falsies are totally optional)
Like I was saying above, this eye look is not only easy, but literally takes 5 minutes and can be paired with any lip. I paired mine with two of my favorite Reds at the moment "Romance" by Milani (Amorematte Cream Lipsticks) and Ruby Kisses Maracuja Kiss Stick Soft Matte Lip Crayon in "Some Gorgeous".
What palette or shadows do you use for your go to Fall Look? Also, let me know what you think of this look.