September Glow

This in-between month has me loving soft transitions, both in fashion, and in beauty. September is a great way for stylists to use their own blending techniques to weave a wardrobe change seamlessly into someone’s life, and that has inspired me to do my own blending with an actual makeup brush.

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I recently invested in some warm-tones on Amazon, embracing oranges, blushes, and every color of a sunset for a nice September glow. My whole makeup look here costs about $50 total, and was absolutely worth every cent. It’s impossible for me to find a foundation that actually matches my fair complexion, but I found the perfect light base to be the canvas for my red-toned artwork.

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I don’t know what else to say about this look except that it is the epitome of soft. I used a brown eyebrow mascara for the brows, not really worrying about shaping them as much as just coloring in their natural shape. Then a harmony of blushes on my eyes blended into a natural shimmer, with a very thin liner to accentuate the lashes. My lips are a combination of dark liner, matching stain, and then a lighter shade on top to bring an ombre look to them. Of course I have a rust bronzer under my orange blush to tie the whole look together. Very easy and light for this last hurrah of summer.

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All products used above.

Phoera foundation. Maybeline liner and lipstick. Makeup Revoltion lip stain. Nyx Bronzer, Eyeliner, and Eyebrow Mascara. Maybeline Mascara. Milani Blush. Kylie Cosmetics Eyeshadow Palette. OPI Nail Polish.

xoxo

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