Monday, October 3, 2011

My (almost) Everyday Fall 2011 Eyeshadow Makeup Tutorial

I've been enjoying my new fall weather lately. Here in LA the weather has dropped down a lot these last few days. Which, you know what that means? Fall is officially here. So since fall is here, I like to change my makeup and just be in the fall spirit you know. As a makeup junkie, my main concern about my fall makeup are my eyeshadows. Eyeshadows totally speak about a season and your spirit for it. Now since it's fall I change my eyeshadows colors and I would say that I wear this combo almost everyday. That is why in the title I included "almost" instead of just "everyday". Because I of course don't wear the same makeup everyday, if you know me. I'm just going to include my eyeshadow combo, not anything else like mascaras and eyeliners.

1.) Prime my eyes with Urban Decay Eyeshadows Primer Potion in Greed.
2.) Take a flat shader brush with MAC Eyeshadow in "Woodwinked" and pat that all over my lid.
3.) Take a crease brush with MAC Eyeshadow in "Cranberry" and place it into my crease and stopping about half way into the crease.
4.) Take a small outer v brush with MAC Eyeshadow in "Post Haste" and apply it to the outer v. I also put it on my lower lash line and stopping about 1/3 of the way in. I know that this eyeshadow was discontinued, because it was a limited edition eyeshadows years ago. But just any deep berry pink eyeshadow will work and I am sure you can find this eyeshadow at the Cosmetics Company Outlet Store.
5.) I than take a blending brush with MAC Pigment in "Naked" and kind of using it as a transitional color right above the crease.
6.) Now take my all time favorite MAC highlight eyeshadow color "Blance Type" and just put it under my my brow as a brow bone highlight with a highlighting brush.
7.) The last eyeshadow step I do is take my NARS Eyeshadow Duo in "Silk Road" and I take the light icy pink side and put it in my inner corner as a highlight under NYX Jumbo Eyeshadow Pencil in "Milk".

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