Last year, I fell in love with warm, rusty oranges with a hint of taupe in my makeup routine; shades reminiscent of terracotta pottery. Here are my top shelf products + make up artist inspiration for the look.
When I read about ‘Yoga Skin’ in Glamour two weeks ago, I was all in on the makeup technique that mimicked glowing, naturally-flushed skin straight out of a workout session. It’s exactly the kind of skin-care-first, no-makeup-makeup routine I’m really into right now, and I couldn’t wait to try it myself with the products in my makeup stash.
Lately, my favorite makeup artists are playing with blues across every shade and texture for amped up evening glam and pretty everyday looks, and it’s making me think I should branch out from the neutral browns, bronze and golds I always wear and add a little color to my eye shadow collection before spring arrives.
If you’re looking for an inexpensive way to add a little autumn to your makeup routine, may I recommend these $10 lipsticks?
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Byrdie has a video series on their YouTube channel called Just Five Things, where celebrities, models, makeup artists and other industry pros share their top five beauty picks from their personal kits. These folks have access to lots of products, so when something lands on the top of their favorites list, it’s gotta be good. Watching Just Five Things videos is a fun way to find new makeup, hair care and skin care to add to my…
I picked up the NARS Power Matte Lip Pigment in the bright red-orange shade, Light My Fire, on Emily of Cupcakes & Cashmere’s recommendation, and loved the formula so much I added a few more shades to my stash over time. Here’s my review, with photos of my favorite shades!