Who’s excited for Autumn? I know I am. One of my favourite things about living in Ontario (born and raised in this province. Yay, Ontario! :)) is watching the leaves change colour. Since moving to Alberta, enjoying the new things that happen in each season, I didn’t realize the simplest things of nature that I had seen year, after year. I would miss. You get accustomed to it. It isn’t something you think about, just expect. Well, I have to say, regardless of where I’m living I’m enjoying the new changes of Alberta.
How about Fall for beauty? I have to say, I’m loving the autumn make-up looks. Aren’t you? Gotta re-vamp your make-up for the season. Fall beauty, like fall fashion doesn’t get started until the first day of school in September (the first Monday after Labour Day).
Photo courtesy of harpersbazaar.com
With the water-lining techinique – with your eye-liner, to line the inner rims of your eyes. To create this look, from Dior Make-Up Artist, Ricky Wilson line the bottom lash line on the water line with a long-lasting eye-liner. Blink a few times. Cheat time! This will cause you to be wearing hidden-liner, so liner on your upper water-line. Don’t worry about any smudges on your bottom lash line. Don’t worry about it.
Haven’t you noticed that peach is such a nude? Peach really is a neutral hue. It goes with everything and every colour. Indulge in peach. Enjoy this Autumn hue. What I love about this colour, is that it adds more of a punch than a nude. Don’t you agree? Create a colour-wash on your eyes.
I like brushing the brow hairs upwards with a brow brush. It opens your eyes, as well as making them look bigger. In addition, it makes them look bigger. With brow product; pencil, powder, pomade fill in any gaps. Remove any excess product.
Add shimmer to your colour-wash your eyes with an eye-shadow with peach eye shadow or any hue that is your preference.
Get sophisticated with this all new deep red hue that’s cherry, not wine, not brick.. Go for a red that’s all three. It’s suits all skin-tones
I’m Stacey Camacho, thank you for reading. Until next time!