Fall is finally here and I am so excited to share with you guys my fall looks! I recently purchased the Juvia's Place Nubian palette which has all the perfect colors for summer and fall. This is a great palette from everyday to evening looks and is very pigmented. I also noticed that it is great for travel and will last me for quite some time. Also, you cant go wrong with the cost! So I hope this is will be very helpful and lets get started.
1.) Before dabbing into and shadows, I prefer using concealer as a base all over my lid and then I set it with any translucent powder. That will help blend the different eyeshadows. I'm starting off with putting this tan brown color all over my lid.
2.) Then I will add definition into my crease with two darker shadows that are in the same color family. I recommend using a small fluffy brush for the second color and a even smaller round eye brush for the third color. Once you are done with defining your crease it is a MUST that you blend all the colors to create a natural eye look.
3.) Now that my crease is done, I like to focus on my outer lid. So I decided to go in with a red because I love the look of it on my outer lid and it also meshes well with brown. The brush I usually use for my outer lid is a fluffily angled brush to help create a sharp shape on the outside of the lid. Don't worry if you do mess up, you can always use concealer to clean up with a thin angled brush.
4.) Now that my entire base is defined and well blended, I'm going to focus on my lid. Going in with this beautiful copper shade, I take a flat eye brush and only push it on to my lid. I prefer to not blend out my lid to keep that amazing pop of copper shimmer.
5.)Finally, I'm going in with a much lighter shimmer shade to pop in my inner crease. I do have on false lashes but that is totally optional and I apply that same red on my outer corner onto my lower lash line.
As for the lips, this eye look can go very well with and nude, brown or red! This is my finished look. Feel free to share your favorite fall look in the comments below.