As the weather gets colder, we wanted to relish the fleeting moments of fall by creating a complete look inspired by the changing seasons. We used this opportunity to find warm-toned products, pictured above. Read on to learn how we put together the look!
Top left: Browlash Water-Strong Eyeliner
Bottom left: Kate Forming Eyeshadow (Brown 3)
Top right: C-tive Cheek Colors No. 5
Bottom right: Baby Pink Lip Tint (Orange)
Rather than using eyeshadow for Ashley, we used the orange tone in C-tive Cheek Colors No. 5 to achieve a dewy look. Although the product is meant for cheeks, we found that it doubled as a very pigmented shadow--great for when you just don't have the time to go through the process of applying primer to set the shadow!
For Wendy, we did a combination of shadow and cheek tint. For the inner corner, we blended out the middle shimmery orange color of Kate Forming Shadow (Brown 3) with the red in C-tive Cheek Colors No. 5, which we dabbed on the outer corners of the eye. To complete the look, we added some winged liner using the Browlash Water-Strong Liner.
Ashley set her base using concealer and dabbed on some C-tive Cheek Tint in the same orange to match her lids. We liked that we could simply use our fingers to spread the pigment to our liking.
For lips, she topped off the look with the Baby Pink Lip Tint in orange.
For Wendy's cheeks, we used the C-tive Cheek Tint in Red to match her outer lids and finished the look with a true red lipstick.
Below are the completed looks that we offset with outfits with muted colors. Just because the weather is getting colder doesn't mean that you have to stick to only dark tones. A pop of color on the lids or lips is a fun way to integrate some color into your looks!