Transitioning into Autumn Makeup
it’s time, it’s finally time for my favourite months of content. with September rolling around, its autumn to me. the weather is not very autumnal just yet but I can feel it coming. the end of August is always pretty hard for me when it comes to content for my blog as I don’t feel like doing summery content anymore but it’s not appropriate to dive into autumn just yet. with it now being September, I think I have all the rights to just go for seasonal content and not feel as I’m way too early. I hope you are as excited as I am. I just can’ wait for it all and I have great plans which I will hopefully turn into blog posts.
whenever it changes from the warmer months to getting cooler I like shaking up my daily makeup and get products out again, i don’t use when its warm and sticky outside and there have been a few products I just couldn’t wait to use again which is why I decided to share my transition into autumn makeup with you.
this summer, I completely moved away from foundations and only used cc creams or tinted moisturizers as it was just the hottest summer and I couldn’t deal with foundation. even though I don’t go for full coverage on a daily, I still missed wearing proper foundation. the Nars natural radiant foundation was my firm favourite last year. its so glowy and just makes my skin look perfected but it feels light too. I’m a huge fan of Nars foundations as it is and can’t wait to use them again. one product which transitions with me into autumn is the hourglass ambient lighting powder. its the best face powder I have ever used and I honestly use it all year around. it just sets any kind of foundation no matter if its full coverage or not and it blurs it into the most perfect finish. I love it.
whilst I feel like peachy and coral coloured blushes are all I want to use in summer as soon as September is creeping up, I want to go for rosy and darker coloured blushes to add a bit of colour to my complexion. the maxfactor blush in alluring rose is the perfect one for me as soon as it gets just a tad cooler. I also tend to go for very basic eyeshadow looks when its warm outside because every tiny bit of makeup just feels too much in the heat. when it gets to autumn, I tend to be more adventurous and for deeper colours too. a good one to transition into that is the by terry ombré Blackstar in misty rock.
one of the main reasons I’m so super excited to transition into autumnal makeup is the dark lip colours slowly coming out again. my favourites are the Charlotte Tilbury matte revolution in opium noir and obviously Jeffree Star unicorn blood.
are you excited to transition into autumnal makeup too? I just can’t wait and I have so many amazing things planned. what do you want to see? let me know.