Happy Friday! It’s the most magical time of the year. It’s time for Fall inspired looks! in today’s look, I wanted to go with warm reddish oranges and cranberry tones. I also wanted it to be glowy and glossy.
There is a shade in the Huda Beauty Desert Dusk Palette I was dying to use called Turkish Delight so I wanted the look to really center around that shade.
I really need to do something with the glitter one day. But anyway, the palette I used for this look is the Huda Beauty Desert Dusk. It’s a perfect palette for fall looks.
Let’s get started! I have already filled in my brows and primed my eyes. I went in with Desert Sand as a base shade all over the lid all the way to the brow bone.
Next, with Eden, I went into the socket line and transition area on a large fluffy brush.
I pulled the shade all the way to the brow on the inner corner and really blown out.
Closer to the crease I went in with Blazing to start building depth.
I applied this Blazing on a tapered blending brush concentrating the color on the outer portion and blending it over into the crease area and out toward the tail of the brow while keeping everything blended seamlessly.
To bring in more of the cranberry tones I went in with Saffron just under where I applied Blazing.
I went back in a bit with blazing to blend out Saffron around the edges.
Next, focusing on the outer portion of the crease I went in with Oud.
Making this part the darkest with give the eye a lift.
Now for the lid and the shade, I want to be the star of the show, Turkish Delight.
With my finger, I packed on Turkish Delight all over the lid then blended around the edges with a small brush and that Saffron shade. I also added a touch of Oud to the outer corner. I did some back and forth with the shades to make sure everything was blended and how dramatic I wanted it.
On the inner corner, I packed on a little bit of Celestial on a detail brush.
For liner, I wanted to keep it soft and do something a bit different.
I went along the upper lash line with Nyx Faux Blacks Pencil in Oxblood.
I went ahead and finished my face makeup and lined the waterline with that same red liner.
On the lower lash line, I applied and a combination of Saffron and Blazing. On the inner corner, I popped a little bit of Celestial.
After a couple coats of mascara, the eye look is done!
For lips, I was really conflicted. I tried a few shades but ended up going with this one from Tarte.
And I topped it with Neutrogena Hydro Boost Gloss in Velvet Wine.
The Finished Look
A tad dramatic for just going out to lunch but I am dramatic, with my style anyway.
Yay Fall! I hope everyone has a great weekend. We are having a get-together tonight so I have to do some tidying up and dinner to cook. I’ll see ya’ll on Monday.
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