Timeless Looks for Your Fall Makeup – Beauty Tips

The air is cool and crisp, the leaves on the trees are changing colors
and pumpkin spice can be found almost literally everywhere! This only means one
thing: Fall is finally here! One of the most favorite and most anticipated
seasons of the year, if not only for the fashionable fall-colored palettes, but
also the opportunities to dust off our killer boots and magnificent scarves.
And what better way to tie together a dazzling Autumn appearance than with
beautiful, timeless makeup looks?

Timeless Looks for Your Fall Makeup - Beauty Tips

Face
Your face should be considered the canvas – the base – of your
masterpiece. A beautiful canvas like this shouldn’t be coated in a hundred
layers of cake-batter-like foundation! You can keep it simple with a light
foundation that can benefit your lovely skin with an SPF and anti-aging
ingredients. A matte-finish is preferred by many, leaving your skin looking airbrushed
and shine-free. A matte finish tends to be a little bit thicker, but applying a
thin layer is absolutely perfect for those ladies that suffer from an oily skin
type or prefer a more “Photoshopped” look. A more dewy finish typically
comes from a thinner, water-based foundation. If you want a natural, effortless
look, then definitely go with this type of foundation. You can even try using
natural colored bronzers or Autumn-colored blushes to maintain that healthy
summer glow, but still exude warm, flushed cheeks.
Tips for Applying Your Blush and
Foundation
Since every foundation uses a different brush, for a
specific look, we wanted to cover a few and their uses. Such as this: Use a large,
full brush for a mineral foundation and sheer coverage. For those that choose
liquid foundation, use a synthetic foundation brush or flat head for the best
look.
Tips for Applying Your Blush and Foundation


Be sure to use small motions to apply the makeup onto
your skin and be sure to blend it in (You don’t want obvious lines anywhere).
Not blending is one of the worst foundation faux pas.
To get radiant and uniform coverage, also be sure to blend your foundation
into your ears, hairline, and on your neck.
You can use a plastic spoon to help with contouring your blush or
bronzer. Place the round part of the spoon on the apple of your cheek, aligning
the handle to face toward the top of your ear.
Using your favorite color, contour below the spoon, remove the spoon, then
apply color to the apples of your cheeks and blend it in to soften. 
Eyes
People almost always notice someone’s eyes first. We have been taught
since we were children to always look at someone when they are talking or when
we are listening. Our eyes can be one of the most stunning features we have and
so it is imperative to accentuate them rather than mask! Here are two timeless
looks that are bound to draw some attention: The “cat eye”. This look
has been around for decades, being classically worn by actresses and models
throughout the 1950s. Creating that seductive little curve, your eyes will
scream elegancy. Second, “smokey eyes”. This look is still worshiped
by fashionistas. This makeup effect can be simplified or dramatized and can deliver
a sexy, mysterious appeal. No matter what color
choice you make, be sure to use a good shadow and smudge brush to smoke out the
look. And be sure to soften the under-eye liner to create that edgy look!
Tips for Drawing That Cat Eye
Draw your line with a pencil first, then go over it with a liquid
eyeliner.
Apply the liquid eyeliner in little dots. Now all you have to do is
connect them for an even line!
Literally any color of eyeshadow can be made into an eyeliner by
wetting a thin brush, like a detail eye makeup brush or an
Angle
Brush
and
running it over the shadow.
Lips
Who can look at red lipstick and think it’s ugly? No one, right? Red
lipsticks and glosses are pretty coveted by most women. This daring, classic
color can vamp up any of your simply makeup looks and it’s found in thousands
of  variations of shades. A cherry red is
a classic that drips in sexual appeal. Whether you just want to make a bold
statement or you want to entice the entire world, red lipstick is a must for
Fall.
Not a super-fan of red? Not to worry. A
lot of people really love deep rich plums, burgundies, browns, and burnt orange
browns this Fall. Who wouldn’t? There is surely something to be said for these
rich shades and tones. Why not pair a burgundy matte lip with a nice metallic
topper for a rich, trendy look? Or t
ry a burnt orange brown with
simple, natural eyeshadow and a simple blouse for a nice, simple look this
Fall.
Tips for Those Lips
Have you ever wondered why some of red lipsticks you’ve tried make
your teeth look yellow? You picked the wrong one! To find the right one, look
for a red lipstick that has blue or purple undertones. This tip will make your
teeth super white.
And it may seem like an unnecessary step, but try filling in lips with
a lipliner and apply your lipstick afterward. It will significantly prolong
your lip makeup.
You can also avoid annoying lip makeup bleeding by using concealer around your lips to produce a sharp
finish or using longwear lipsticks.
These looks may be sported year after year, but when something works,
why stop doing it? Fall is the perfect time to wear these absolutely timeless
makeup styles. Elegant, luscious colors are prevailing trends this year. So put
on your boots, grab a sweater, and try some new makeup ideas, Fall is here!

Bio – Mineralogie
Makeup
is dedicated to helping women be more beautiful and
glamorous — naturally — with some help from their 100% mineral makeup which
is sold both nationally and internationally. They are proud to be based in
Dallas, Texas. 

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