Monday, 22 September 2014

My Autumn Makeup Look

I hope everyone had a good weekend and loved my two-part post of my "Holiday Makeup Bag". Now that the weather is changing and our clothes are changing, the makeup should adjust to fall as well. This is my look for a more natural fall makeup.



I tried to film a tutorial on my MacBook but failed miserable due to the poor camera that is build in. I guess you will have to wait until I am back in London with my Canon camera. 

For my base I have used my Dior Glow Maximizer and my Nars Pure Radiant Tinted Moisturizer to create this natural look. Afterwards, I took my Too Faced Milk Chocolate Bronzer and dusted it lightly all over the face and then focused more on my cheekbones and temple. The last product I used was my beloved Mac Mineralize Skinfinish in Stereo Rose. This combination has created such a glowing complexion, something that I have become more obsessed as I became more older. 


My Brows were groomed and filled in with my MAC Brow Duo in Brunette, easy peasy. For my eyes I used the MAC Pigment in Copper all over my lids by patting it on to avoid a lot of falldown and then used a normal crease bush to blend it out. Lastly I used my lovely Maybelline Pumped Up! Colossal Volum' Express, two generous coats and the eyes are done. For my lips I just used my Blistex Lip Tone and that is it. An easy fall look. 

Have a lovely day and I will be back in Berlin on wednesday, hopefully I can post something then. You can follow me on instagram/jesstatievski and Bloglovin. 


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