Terracotta, Mask Friendly, Fall 2020 In-Trend, Natural Makeup Look.
Wow! All that!
Terracotta is always a popular color for fall makeup looks, and this year is no different.
I began with foundational products only: foundation, concealer, mascara and brows.
I then began with my lips outlined and filled in with Adore Mineral Lip Liner and topped with Two In One Creme Crayon in Glazed Caramel. Our Crayons offer very little to no transference to inside of masks, giving you stay put color for lips and cheeks.
Glazed Caramel Two in One Creme Crayon, Adore Mineral Lip Liner, Sunset Mineral Cheek Color & Pashmina Mineral Eyeshadow
For cheeks, using the Perfect Blush Brush, I went with Sunset Cheek Color layered on top of Glazed Caramel for more adherence. And more spunk.
Add a dab of Sunset Mineral Cheek Color on your lips too!
Sunset Cheek Color,Two in One Creme Crayon in Glazed Caramel and Adore Mineral Lip Liner
Pashmina, Charmer, Almond, Velvet Mineral Eyeshadows
Choose a light color for highlight shade and possibly your lid color, and a coordinating dark color for crease, contour and emphasis detail.
Pashmina and Velvet Mineral Eyeshadows
Next, choose a mid-tone shade in between the light and dark - to be used as transition or crease shade.
Today, we went with Almond Mineral Eyeshadow as our mid-tone transition shade. And Velvet as our dark contour, crease shade.
Pashmina Light, Charmer pop of color coordinating, Almond Midtone
Application For Eyes
Pashmina is placed under the brow and inner tear duct area using the Eye Shading Brush.
Almond, as our midtone transition color is then window-wipered into our larger crease area (no need to be precise here) using the Fluffy Eye Shading Brush.
Let's go with Charmer on the lid for a pop of color. It's still light and bright in color, yet a gives a sumptuous burst of marigold to blend with terracotta look.
Velvet is our dark contour color and using the Crease Brush, apply it to your outer triangle corner, and in your crease.
Also smudge Velvet underneath your lower lashes using the Crease Brush again.
Blend it all out with the Fluffy Eye Shading Brush.
Black Coffee Mineral Pencil Liner gives you the final touch, under your lower lash line and of course, smudged. Use your Crease Brush again to smudge it out.
Finish the look off with a warm radiant wash of Pixie Dust Radiance Powder for an all over youthful glow of ahhhh.
Behind the scenes selection of colors for today's look
The finished eye look (see how false lashes don't look perfect upon close inspection? That doesnot show up in person)
Adding the mask - do you coordinate your masks to your days look?
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