Fall Makeup Looks: make-up tips with the colors of the season!
Fall makeup looks shades are known for their warm, opaque, and brownish colors. In other words, a palette dream for those who, like me, love neutral makeup.
The eyes gain special prominence with vibrant and cheerful colors, but the lips are also not left out and will match dark colors.
If you’re already thinking about combinations and which products to use to keep up with the fall trend, we’ve prepared some tips to help you rock your makeup. Come check it out!
In this article, you can see that Makeup for autumn has shine, delicacy, and a lot of styles
Natural and lit skin
When it comes to makeup, autumn is all about natural skin. The tip is to use only enough products to conceal minor imperfections and enhance the natural beauty.
If you want, use an illuminator to enhance particular regions such as the chin and cheekbones.
The preparation must be in evidence to ensure a natural effect for the skin. Therefore, the skin must always be clean and hydrated to stay healthy and radiant.
Eyeliner Is Trending Now
For the fall season, you should use your eyeliners, including the colored ones.
In addition to the very symmetrical lines in the eyes, outlining now goes beyond that. Thus, the designs and effects appear to surprise in autumn makeup.
Glitter and designs on the lower part of the eyes are among the numerous possibilities, so you can diversify a lot when making your productions.
The result will be surprising, and you will always have a new option to try.
Whether or not to accompany the eyeliner, the smokey effect is super pretty.
What has been gaining space and will remain this fall is the light smoky effect, both on the eyes and lips, which now do not need to be filled and can have a more smudged effect.
You can choose the shade that suits you the most to smoke, but if you want a tip, pink tones are on the rise!
To use during the day, it’s worth the lighter ones; now, for the nightclub, bet on the darkest pinks and rock the look.
Fall Makeup Calls for The Lips
There’s no secret about lipsticks. Just remember that your beauty is softer and matches more sober colors.
Regarding finishes, matte is the one that best suits autumn skin. However, if you want to use creamy or satin lipsticks, go for it!
The product’s finish is the icing on the cake, but it does not represent, in any way, a threat to the harmony of your makeup.
You already know that lips can bring that slightly smudged effect, but you can’t give it up as it will complement your fall makeup look!
When applying the lipstick, make sure the concentration of color is in the center of the lips and lightly blend it into the corners.
To finish the mouth, you can use a layer of High Fixation Clear Gloss to bring shine and highlight to the mouth.
Autumn Eye Shadows
I prefer warm tones and opaque finish (matte) and bet on earthy neutral tones without leaving the colors out.
Remember that you can do colorful makeup; these colors will need to have a more yellowish background.
In addition to colorful eyeliners, colorful eyeshadows are also making a name for themselves this fall.
When it comes to makeup, it’s all free: you don’t have to be limited to using just one color; there can be several, even the rainbow effect on the eyelids.
These brighter shades will lift the eye, adding boldness and color to your production.
Now, are you ready to rock your fall makeup even more?
If you want to play around, take advantage of all the possibilities, and don’t forget to tell us here in the comments what’s your favorite combination for this season!
Remember To Look After Your Skin
Ah, autumn! Time for a change of sheets, warmer clothes, and a slight chill in the air. As soon as the temperature drops a little, our skin already informs us.
Suddenly we need to know how to prevent dry skin, dryness, and seasonal breakouts from drowning out the charm of fall.
With a few clever remedies for dry skin and minor tweaks to your skincare routine, you can keep your skin healthy and happy while the leaves fall in the backyard (when it comes to losing, you have to have this Brazilian music classic!).
Here are our top fall skin care tips to help with this transitional time and aid in summer skin repair so your skin can look more radiant during the fall.
As temperatures drop, so do humidity levels, and our skin loses moisture to the dry air around us; make the first move and overcome the moisture loss by swapping your toner for something more hydrating.
Micellar cleansing water can help instantly hydrate dry skin while supporting the skin’s barrier to help protect it from the damaging effects of the cold weather.
Choose an intensive fall treatment
We may still dream of those balmy summer days, but all that sun, chlorine, and salt can lead to dehydrated skin in the fall. So now is the time for some severe remedies for dry skin.
Always apply your moisturizer to your skin right after cleansing, and try adding a booster.
Think of it as an additional skin care step to help your skin through the seasons.
Did you know that your skin regenerates more while you sleep? That sounds like another good reason to ensure you get those 8 hours a night!
During this time, you can get an extra moisture boost by using an overnight mask as part of your skincare routine so that when you wake up, you look flawless.
Drink plenty of water
Many people forget this little detail, but the more water you drink, the more your skin will be hydrated and beautiful.
So in the fall, drink plenty of water even if the thirst is not intense.
Apply sunscreen – even on gray days
Don’t be fooled by the cold, gloomy days of autumn. Before going out, apply a broad spectrum moisturizing sunscreen with at least SPF 15 to all exposed areas of the body, especially the face.
When your skin is dehydrated, it can be helpful to consume foods or supplements that contain omega-3 or omega-6 fatty acids, such as fish oil and flaxseed oil.
It is essential to help the skin hydrate itself from the inside out.
Add Vitamin C to Your Regimen
Vitamin C works twice as hard in the colder months and helps fight SPF rays that aren’t entirely blocked by sunscreen.
It also balances skin pigmentation, which helps increase collagen production, resulting in a brighter complexion.
Say no to hot showers.
Hot showers and baths are great on a cold winter’s day. But hot water strips the skin of its natural oils and leaves it dry and rough.
Lower the temperature; warm water is best for the skin during the cold months.
Exfoliation is part of skin treatments, whatever the season. The practice removes dead cells from the skin’s surface and makes it more receptive to hydration.
But beware: it shouldn’t be done every week! The recommended is only two times a month.
With this primary care, you and your skin will easily go through this lovely season!