Fall Eyeshadow Looks Part 1
Fall is such a cozy time of year! I love the changing fall leaves, the crisp autumn air, the beginning of the holidays, and the yummy pumpkin treats! It’s also a fun time of year for fashion and beauty! In the makeup scene, fall makeup tends to be darker and more dramatic than the spring and summer months. It can get daunting trying to come up with new ways to do your makeup and trying to stay on top of the trends. So, we’re here to help take that stress away and are showing you a few easy Fall eyeshadow looks! You’re welcome 😉
In case you didn’t know, Maskcara has some pretty amazing eyeshadows! The colors, the pigment, and the size are all top notch, top quality, and top of the line! For real. Each eyeshadow tin holds 5g of goodness whereas competitors’ eyeshadows only hold 1.5-3g for more money! Not bad. Not bad at all!
Great eyeshadow colors to wear in the fall time are browns, purples, greens, dark blues…any deeper and darker colors. It’s all about the amount you put on and the colors you choose. For these 2 simple fall looks, I chose browns and purple.
Fall Eyeshadow Looks
These colors in this look can really be used any time of the year. But since it’s fall, I went a little heavier with the colors to create a more dramatic eye. I took my I Shadow Everything Brush and used the fluffy side to apply Oak on the main part of my eyelid, just until the eyeball ends. I like to tap and press the color onto my lid. Then I took Pup and blended from the end of Oak to just below my eyebrow. With the smaller side of the brush, I applied Trust in a V-like shape from my lash line to my eyelid crease. Then with the fluffy side of the brush I wiped back and forth and blend blend blend! I topped the look off by adding Sabrina to the brow bone and inner part of my eye. The key is to blend! You can add more as you go and continue to wipe and blend until you achieve the look you want.
This next look is more simple and subtle. You can apply the colors heavier to achieve a more dramatic look. I took the I Shadow Everything Brush and applied Basic to the main part of my eyelid. Then I took Kin and wiped the purple shade in a windshield wiper motion right in my eyelid crease, back and forth, making sure to blend. Stardust was a perfect shimmer to add to the top of my brow bone and the inner part of my eye. With the Multitasker Brush, I used the small end and applied Salem along my lashes to add some liner. If you wanted a more dramatic look, you could apply the black color with the small end of the I Shadow Everything Brush for more color or a smokey look.
Easy peasey! You can’t go wrong with these colors. If you’re nervous about adding too much color, work in layers. You can always add more or wipe away what you don’t like.
Did you know that when you buy 4 eyeshadow colors at once, you can get a free square compact?! Tis true. I love a bargain!
Want to see an everyday makeup look? Click here!
I Shadow Everything Brush
The Multitasker Brush