Autumn Makeup Guide

 It is without a doubt that Autumn is one of my favourite seasons, from Halloween to the fact that's acceptable and seasonally appropriate to wear berry's and burgundy colours. I am here today to share with you some of my staple pieces for this Autumn in terms of makeup.

First up is the NYX Liquid Suede in Vintage £6.50, this is a beautiful deep red that I love now that we are getting into fall, this goes on really well I find that if you have to be quite precise to make sure that it doesn't run or bleed anywhere. Once it is on my lips the colour stays perfect all day and doesn't crumble or rub off when I eat or have a drink of something. 

For a more neutral lip I have been loving the Lime Crime Velvetines Liquid Lip in Cashmere £14.50, this is a beautiful grey yet pink shade that works so well around this time. I have pairing this with a fairly extreme eye look as it helps to tone down my look. I have been loving this liquid lipstick for the past couple of months and I've actually almost completely finished it so another one will need to be refilled.

For my eyes I have been loving to use the Milani eyeshadow palette in 05 Earthy Elements £10, this is nice bronzed but still out there eyeshadow palette. My favourite shade is this vibrant orange shade that really pops on my eyelids. My Zoeva Rose Golden palette £18 has also been a godsend through this time as the majority of the shimmery shades have red undertones or more of a gold shimmer that is perfect for this time. These shadows are perfect to blend into the eyelid, I like to use a little bit of fix plus on the shimmers to help them stick a little more but once I have done this they are on until I take them off that night.

I have been mainly keeping it the same in terms of my base makeup but switching it up and going darker on my eyes and lips. I have been pairing this makeup with some fairly seasonal outfits which if you are interested in seeing or even just seeing an Autumnal themed makeup look comment down below. 

                                     Until next time, Chloe!