Burnt Flowers Fallen. A Fall Grunge Makeup Tutorial pt.2 – Fall Series

 

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Good Afternoon girls and boys! I’m on a roll this fall with the makeup looks.  Today, I have the second installment of my fall series. This one is building on my October Rust. It’s essentially the same technique but with a satin shade, and a bit of liner added to the lid. Then topped off with a metallic copper lippy. And yes, still feeling some Type O Negative.

Bonus, this look is done with one palette and it’s from the drugstore.

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If you want to see how  I created this look, just keep reading below!

The star of the show today is the Milani Everyday Eyes Powder Eyeshadow Collection Palette.

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You can check out my review and some bonus looks here: Milani Everyday Eyes Powder Eyeshadow Collection Review

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In this look, I used the “Contour”, “Crease”, “Liner” and “Specialty” shades.

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Let’s jump in.

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Starting with brows done, eyes primed, blah blah blah. I set my lid with a matte cream shade from another palette, any will do.

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Taking a combination of the “Crease” and “Contour” shades from the Milani palette on a fluffy brush, I blended both shades into the lid in the same fashion I did in my previous tutorial

October Rust. A Fall Grunge Makeup Tutorial pt.1 – Fall Series

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Now, with the liner shade of a flat brush, I simply filled in the lid space and blended it into to the crease color. Since the “liner” shade is more of a satin rather than super shimmery I think it looks fine blended out more.

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In the inner corner  and brow bone, I applied a little bit of the “Speciality” shade and I lined my upper lashline with a brown eyeliner.

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I took that same combination I used for the crease area along the lower lash line and blended it out.

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Then I repeated the same step with the “Liner” shade, making sure it joined up with the upper lid and rounded the shape out.

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A Little bit of liner on the lower lashline with the same brown and a flesh-toned liner to the waterline to open up the eyes.

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I finished the eyes off with my new favorite mascara, Tarte Tarteist Lash Paint

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Tarte Tarteist Lash Paint Mascara

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On the lips, I decided to go for a metallic copper in the same family as the eyeshadows. I think this lippy ties in great with the sheen of the lid shade I used. I used L’oreal Colour Riche Lipcolour in Bronzine.

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L’oreal Colour Riche Lipcolour in Bronzine

Here’s the finished look!
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Stay tuned for my next Fall Tutorial and a review of a drugstore liquid lippy is coming up soon!

In case you missed it:

October Rust. A Fall Grunge Makeup Tutorial pt.1 – Fall Series

L’oreal Infallible Pro-Glow Foundation Review + Demo

100 Days of Makeup. 71 – 80

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