The BEST Autumn Eyeshadow Palettes

My favorite makeup product of all time is eyeshadow. I love creating eye looks on the daily. It’s just the route of empowerment I love to take. It’s the one thing I go into Sephora for, but leave with others too (if I can afford it). And even though I love eyeshadow year round, there is something about the fall time that really gets my creativity going. In today’s post, I’m showing you 3 looks I created combining the Kat Von D Shade and Light palette I was obsessed with last year, and the ABH Subculture palette I got the other day. And I couldn’t leave out a dark lip. To see how you can create these yourself, keep reading until the end!!

For the first eye look, I decided to go with a traditional autumn vibe and do an orange with deep burgundy. I love the way the ABH colors stand out. The deep red comes from the Shade and Light palette

Pumpkin:

The orange is just so vibrant, it compliments my eyes really well. And the lipstick I’m wearing is just a brown from a Sephora collection. 

Princess Peach:

This look I got really adventurous. I used an electric pink, softened by a light brown, and my favorite part: underlined with a bold yellow. I’ve never really thought about putting a completely different color on my lower lids. I really liked this. 

At first I was having so much trouble trying to get a really good look, but these colors are so nice together. I will definitely keep going with this trend. It just goes to show you that even though you’re struggling during application, you could still come out with a great look. 

Medusa

I find it extremely hard to wear dark eye looks. I worry so much about having “racoon eyes”. But it’s time to get over that. And I’m loving this progression I feel happening. 

The dark green blended into this brown. I was really surprised with how this shade worked into my skin. I didn’t even need to put on a transition shade. I used a light golden shade to lighten my lid, and the only shade I used for this look from the Shade and Light palette was a white for my inner eye highlight. 

A look like this is completely out of my comfort zone, but this look is by far my favorite. It’s so dark but can go with so many outfits and lipstick. Greens and golds are such an iconic duo. 

Kat Von D Shade and Light Palette:

Colors used: 

Look 1: Succubus 

Look 2: Solas

Look 3: Liberatus

ABH SUBCULTURE:

Colors used: 

Look 1: New Wave

Look 2: Roxy and Edge 

Look 3: Destiny and Adorn

These 3 looks are by far my favorite I’ve ever created. I really hope they inspire some of your beauty looks in season. The ABH Subculture palette was such a great buy, and I recommend it for anyone who needs diverse fall shades. 

Thank you for reading. Until next time,

Emma Katy 

Lip Gloss Glamour

Welcome back to the blog everyone!! As stated in my previous post, Spring is coming!! I’m so excited for this season. Usually Spring falls to the bottom of my list of seasons that I like, but I’m super excited for the fashion this year. 

For awhile now, matte lipsticks, lippies, and liners have been everyone’s staple, including mine. But now I’m kind of venturing into new lighter options to accommodate the weather. I’ve found my solution. Lip gloss. For this post I picked 3 different types of colors. 

Neutral:

Even if I’m switching the type of product on my lips, I will probably still be sporting the same colors more often. Nudes gained a lot of popularity, and rightfully so because they can make everyone feel great, no matter their skin tone. 

I really like this color. I wish my natural lip color was this gorgeous and vibrant. I will be sticking this shade in my purse for the upcoming months. 

Pretty Pinks:

Pinks, corals, and blush colors are new additions I’ve been slowly making myself comfortable with. Bright pink matte lipsticks always made me feel so out of place, but this lip gloss adds a cute little touch of coral to my look without me feeling too extra. 

I know matte colors got outstandingly popular because they are, well, matte. But I’m adoring the sheen and shine lip glosses offer. It brings me back to the early 2000’s. 

Glitter:

Now I’m definitely not recommending completely throwing out your matte colors. I’m saying to explore your lip game options. There are beautiful glitter options like this that are amazing on top of normal lipsticks. They add a flare of fun to any look that you can’t get anywhere else.  

All of these products are from The Color Workshop. The brand is quickly making its way to my make up collection and growing. I love everything I’ve ever gotten from them. 

Thank you all for reading and giving me your feedback. I truly think lip glosses will be a makeup trend this season.