By Jill Kligler
It’s the time of the year to bring out your dark lipsticks and warm eyeshadow palettes! Besides the changing leaves and excuse to buy more boots, fall makeup is my personal favorite part of the season. I’ve put together the perfect autumn eyeshadow look that’s both wearable and easy to recreate. So get out your fall themed palettes and let’s get started!
Use a burnt orange or warm brown eyeshadow as a transition shade, and blend upwards towards your brow. I’m using “Raw Sienna” from the Modern Renaissance Palette by Anastasia Beverly Hills.
Pat down a gold, glittery shadow on the center of your lid. To increase the intensity, blend a small amount of concealer on your lid before applying the eyeshadow. I recommend “Half Baked” from the Naked 2 Palette by Urban Decay.
To create the halo effect, concentrate a dark brown or burgundy shade on the inner corner of the lid and the outer crease. Deepen the color by gradually adding more until you achieve your desired look. To make it more dramatic, blend in black eyeshadow on the outer and inner corners. Follow the black eyeshadow down to the lower lash line and blend. I used a mix of “Red Ochre” and “Cyprus Umber” from the Modern Renaissance Palette and for the black eyeshadow, I used “Black Market” from Urban Decay’s Naked Smokey Palette to add dimension.