Get The Look: Fall Fauxliage featuring Anastasia Beverly Hills World Traveler Shadow Couture Palette
I've been wanting to do a warm pumpkin spice fall look for a while. Problem with that was I really didn't have orangey warm toned eyeshadows. I recently acquired the Anastasia Beverly Hills World Traveler Shadow Couture Palette. See picture of said palette below.
As you can see this palette has some really pretty colors. I used Soft Peach as a transition shade followed with Morocco in my crease. I origionally put spoiled on my lid but later covered it up. In the final look you see I have Soft Peach as my Eyebrow highlight shade, Morocco as my transition shade, Fudge in the outer corner crease to deepen in, and Intense Gaze on my lid. This is my first Anastasia Beverly Hills Eyeshadow Palette and I am so impressed with the quality of these shadows. They are blendable and buttery and just a treat to work with.
I lined my eyes with Inglot Gel Liner in 77 which is their black shade. I then went back in with Noir from the palette and set that gel liner so it wouldn't smudge throughout the day. My lashes of course are my favorite House of Lashes in Boudoir. I used a pencil brush to smoke out Morocco on my lower lash line for more smokiness.
My face and brows were the same as I usually do them, so I'm going to skip over those steps today. My lip color was a challenge to me because I wanted a light, wearable, fall look. I am so drawn to dramatic or dark colors so I had to push myself to go for something more natural. I ended up using NYX Suede Liquid Lipstick in Soft Spoken. I think it compliments the eyes in this look perfectly. All in all, I was happy with this look but still wanted more orange and red fall tones. So I purchased the Morphe 35O palette to create lighter fall looks for you glams.