Hey everyone! Today I thought I’d do an autumn make up look. And since I’m traveling I just have my little makeup bag at the ready. Here we go!
To start off I put on my primer. If you’ve followed me for awhile you know I love the Maybelline Master Prime in 100 Blur + Smooth.
While I wait for that to dry a bit I normally start to grab everything and get it ready. Next I put in my foundation. I’m using the Bissu foundation in 3 macadamia. If you’ll remember I bought this in Mexico and mentioned it in my previous haul. To fly, I put it in a little clear jar as it didn’t say how many fluid ounces there were in it and I didn’t want to risk tears if it got thrown out.
To apply my foundation I use both the Urban Decay foundation brush and this small Sephora stippling brush for my nose.
Once that’s done I put on a bit of eyelid primer. I’m using this Bissu primer, also from Mexico. I really wish I had bought multiple as it’s really good!
Waiting for that to dry a bit I then proceed to use this CoverFX powder all over my face for a bit of extra coverage, mattifying power, and to set everything.
I then go in with the Bissu eyeshadow quad, again from Mexico (from the picture with the primer). These Bissu products are really amazing! I use the lighter brown all over the lid and then the darker brown on the outer corner and a bit in the crease. EDIT: I forgot to mention in my first version of the post that I also use the Park Avenue Princess contour palette from Tarte.
Once everything is done I spray my NYX Setting Spray on. It’s almost gone so I think I’ll try another setting spray although I really love this one.
Then I let that dry a bit as I apply this CoverGirl Super Sizer mascara. I’ve had this for quite some time so I think it’s past time to throw it out but I love it so much!
I lastly apply my lipstick, this BareMinerals nudey pink in Chase Your Dreams.
And that’s it! Quite simple and fast to do! Now I’m still in Cleveland for a work trip and off to dinner with my colleagues but let me know what your favorite fall products are. I’d love to hear them! Or if you’ve traveled anywhere cool for work as well, go ahead and let me know!
Thanks for reading!