It’s my favorite time of the year for makeup tutorials. Fall! Today, continuing in last falls tradition, I have a look inspired by Type O Negative. Type O is my Autumn soundtrack as usual. Today’s look is featuring the Kat Von D Saints & Sinners Palette. I couldn’t wait to do a fall look with this palette.
I wanted to go with a classic fall vibe with oranges, reds, browns and a super vampy lip. If you want to see how I got this look, just keep ready below!
The Kat Von D Saints and Sinners Palette is the star of the show today. I wanted to use the vibrant orange and warm red tones in this beauty.
I have a full review of the palette here: Review | Swatches | Looks – Kat Von D Saints & Sinners Palette
As usual, I am starting out this look with my eyebrows done and my eyes primed with the Too Faced Shadow Insurance and Kat Von D Lock-It Concealer Creme in 1 Light to blank out any pigmentation, and veins on my lid.
I set the lid using Amen, which is the perfect base shade and brow bone highlight for my skin tone.
Next, I started on the crease with Martyr which is a toffee mid-tone brown shade perfect for a transition shade.
I took Martyr throughout the crease and into the transition area. I blended this shade pretty far out all around and toward the tail of the brow.
Next, I took Devil, a vibrant orange color into the crease more concentrated.
I applied Devil deep into the crease and onto the lid slightly, Mostly focusing out the outer portion.
Then I took Sacred Heart, a pearlescent coral shade on a flat brush.
I packed Sacred Heart all over the mobile lid and to the crease.
This was a pretty look if I stopped here and just slapped on some mascara.
But of course, I wanted more drama! So I took the shade Stigmata. A metallic Scarlett with that same flat brush.
I applied Stigmata to the lid, leaving the inner corner out so Sacred Heart would show through. I blended Stigmata to the crease and made sure all the shades flowed into one another.
To deepen the outer V I took Crucifix, a deep matte chocolate brown on a pencil brush.
I kept Crucifix lower on the lid and right at the outer corner of the eye.
Blending slightly, just enough so everytime looked seamless. I then patted a little bit on Rapture on the center of the lid with a dampened flat blending brush. Rapture is a “super glimmer SFX shadow, meaning it’s packed with glitter. Rapture is a warm rosy almost coral pink with pink glitters through-out.
Now for the lower lash line. I cleaned up any fallout and finished up the complexion. I tight lined the lower lashline with Nyx Faux Black in Oxblood. I also lined my upper lash line with Crucifix.
I took Devil on a pencil brush and blended it along the lower lash line and a little bit of Martyr as well on the inner portion.
Then I took a little bit of Stigmata on and applied it to the center of the lower lash line and then blended Crucifix onto the outer corner and into Stigmata. I made sure to connect Crucifix to the shadow on the upper lid.
I finished the eye off with a couple coats of L’Oreal Lash Paradise.
For the lips, I wanted to go super vampy but not black which is my default when I can’t pick a vampy lip. LOL. I went with Kat Von D Everlasting Lipstick in Damned.
I have a review of all Kat Von D’s Everlasting Liquid Lipsticks here: Review | Swatches – Kat Von D Everlasting Liquid Lipstick
The Finished Look.
I hope ya’ll enjoy this quick eye look tutorial… I forgot to write down what products I used on the face and I change it up too much to remember. LOL!
Anyway. Be sure to come back because I will be having tons of fall looks coming your way, as well as bonus posts from my Lust or Bust Holiday Releases all the way up until we have covered them all! So many releases this year… so many. Makeup brands need to chill with all the extra holiday sets. Damn.
In case you missed some of my previous fall looks, here is links to them ALL!