Thursday, 15 October 2020

Autumn Makeup Picks

Autumn Fall Makeup 2020

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I'm very basic when it comes to Autumn makeup, but if it ain't broke then don't fix it. I love a glowing base, burgundy tones and mauve hues. Throughout Spring and Summer this year I've been wearing the same fresh, natural makeup look, so now it's a new season, I'm back experimenting with my Autumn makeup. 

The Charlotte Tilbury Wonder Glow* is a long time favourite of mine and at this time of the year, I've been using it more than ever. I apply it underneath my foundation and it helps to perk up my dehydrated, lacklustre skin. 

If you think my Nars Laguna Bronzer* is looking shiny and new it's because I'm still using my old one which although it is looking a little worse for wear, it's lasted me a long time. It's one of my favourite bronzers for slightly contouring the face and adding warmth to my complexion - plus the pan itself is huge! 

For blushers, I've been switching between two, the Nars Orgasm* and the Hourglass Euphoric Fusion. The latter has been in my Autumn round ups for a few years now, but it's honestly a perfect mauve hue that suits my complexion perfectly. Nars Orgasm is more for when I want a pop of colour and add a bit of pink to my makeup look. 

On my eyes, I've been trying out the L'Oreal Air Volume Mascara* and although it wouldn't be great if you wanted super intense eye makeup, this is great for everyday wear especially if I'm wearing a brighter lip. 

Talking of lipstick, I haven't worn an intense lip in the longest time, but I thought now was the perfect time to add a little colour to my day. The Charlotte Tilbury Legendary Queen* is my go-to for when I want a classic red hue and I feel like it works great with the other makeup products that I've mentioned. 

What are your favourite Autumn makeup products? 

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