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Transition Into Autumn: Glamorous Flirty Dark Burgundy and Vibrant Raspberry Makeup Tutorial

Often times you will see sandy washes of color with pops of bronze during a viewing through numerous social media websites. Although this color scheme is timeless and quite beautiful on many women, no matter their coloring, what about pink? Pink can be just as stunning as it exudes notes of flirtatiousness and sensual womanly traits forth! With that being said, today I have in store for you love bunnies a vibrant raspberry tutorial with hints of dark burgundy and a splash of rosy pink. Before I get bombarded with comments correlating to “this appears more so like a Valentines day look than a glamorous transitioning tutorial”, be noted there truly is nothing wrong with being a bit out of season! Going back to what I say pretty much every blog post, on embracing who YOU are through the gates of makeup, there truly are no barrier’s. Wanna be extra icy but it’s practically Summer? GO FOR IT. Wanna be flirty and in all shades of pink…but its October and around Halloween time? GO FOR IT. You set your own trends, and trust me by doing the such, you’ll be much happier as the world becomes a much smaller, and dealable place. Fall makeup trends are categorized by means of dark lips, metallic copper smokey eyes, and in some cases pops of color such as deep blue and deep purple mixed with natural eye makeup! Living a world of beige is frankly boring. Changing up your makeup methods, style, and color scheme is a good way to remain relevant and IN SEASON, if you catch my drift! Let’s get into the full details, I hope you all enjoy, do be noted the tutorial shall be posted at a later day due to decoding processes.



Time to Complete This Tutorial: 18 Minutes

Notes: Lightweight, Long-Wearing, Glowy Finish, Seductive, Smokey, Glittery Liner

*Marc Jacobs Under Cover Perfecting Coconut Face Primer

*Anastasia Beverly Hills Stick Foundation, Porcelain

*LA Girl Velvet Blush Contour Stick, Plume

Morphe M439 Deluxe Buffer; 1 1/2 Pumps of Primer

*Benefit High Beam

*Make Up For Ever Pro Sculpting Duo, Pink Beige

Mac Duo-Fibre 159 brush

*Nyx Butter Lipstick, Sweet Tart

*Buxom Full-On Lip Polish, Zoe

*Bare Minerals Mineral Veil, Mineral Veil

Hakuho-Do + Sephora Pro Large Teardrop Pointed Powder Brush

*Mac Cosmetics Prep + Prime Fix+







*Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Definer, Auburn

*Nyx Jumbo Eye Pencil, Strawberry Milk

*Lorac Unzipped Pallet: Unbridled (lid), Unreal (inner corners)

*Mac Cosmetics Eyeshadow Pan(s)/ Eyeshadow, Mu Mu Bloom (transitional shade)

*Tarte Tartelette In Bloom Pallet: Rebel (crease); Leader (inner V)

M433 Morphe Brush; Morphe E22 Pointed Blender; Mac 224 Tapered Blending brush; Mac 231 Brush

*Mac Kohl Liner, Smolder

*Urban Decay Glitter Eyeliner, ACDC

*Kat Von D Ink Liner, Trooper

*Tarte Tartiest Lash Paint Mascara

*KoKo Lashes, Amore


Dealing with darker colors translates into a fear of colorful hue blending as well, hence forth why I melded the two categories together in an effort to tear down some walls you beauties have! Do excuse my thicker brow formation, I myself am rather proud because I was working off of a tiny stick of product left in my Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Definer, not too shabby if ya’ ask me ;). After all the tedious steps were completed, that includes brow defining and primer application (Nyx Jumbo Eye Pencil in Strawberry Milk), I moved straight along to the first shadow, that being Unbridled from Lorac’s Unzipped Pallet! The eyeshadow was blended across my lid using a Mac 239 shader brush with firm patting motions, don’t stress building up pigment at this point, just get the shadow on your lid in a clean cut manner. Switching brushes to a Morphe E22 Pointed Blender, I firmly swirled into Mu Mu Bloom shadow by Mac Cosmetics and proceeded to softly disbursing it throughout my crease with tiny circular blending motions, this color was followed by Rebel brushed through the creasing of my eye socket and Leader dusted towards my inner v using a Morphe M433 for added depth and dimension–excess product left on the bristles was brushed across my lower lash line with a pop of Unreal towards the inner corners to add a brightening effect and draw attention CENTER of my face.





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