Fall eye look of the day: red (lip) liner!


Today I have a quick and easy fall look and tip for you guys on how you can transform your everyday eye make up into a fall appropriate version of it.

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 First of all I just threw a transition colour into.. or actually just above my crease. This gives some depth to your eyes and makes them look bigger because your crease appears to be higher.


I’m using this Essence eyeshadow in 04 sweet like chocolate from the ‘the nudes’ line. However I’m not sure whether they still sell it or not because I haven’t seen them around anymore. Kind of sad since they’re nicely pigmented and really soft shadows for a bargain!




Next I just lined my eyes like I would usually do but with a lip liner instead of a regular brown eyeliner.


By using a lip liner, lipstick or liquid lipstick as an eyeliner you can easily get that warm reddish vibe that we all love so much about fall. Just get whatever ( I suggest matte) lip shade you have that fits into the fall colour palette, apply it with an angled eyeliner brush and voilà! I used the Catrice lip liner in Maroon Mélange I’ve bought last week.

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I also applied a little bit of my ELF studio blush in blushing rose into my crease to warm up the look and make it even more fall like. Lastly I just applied 2 coats of mascara and that’s it!

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The mascara I used is my well loved Lash Sensational mascara by Maybelline in the waterproof formula.



Hope you like it when you try it out yourself!


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