🍂 Pumpkin Spice & Spooky Season Vibes with this Orange Palette 🍂
I hope everyone is as excited as I am about fall because this is going to get real spooky in here. Lol, I'm a lover of all things Autumn & Halloween, so this season is definitely going to bring out the best in me.
I decided to crack open my new Touch In Sol "Fill Up Orange" palette because the shades in this beauty screamed **Autumn** to me.
With the brown hues to the glittery orange pressed glitter shadow, I definitely can feel those spooky vibes just looking at the palette!
Before I get into my look using most of the shades in this bad boy, I thought "why not just swatch & tell" with you a bit first.
Each shade is named after warm coffee themes like "Chai-ful" & "Espresso"...so, if ever a palette was made after me--this one has got to be mine. Lol
Swatching the shadows, I noticed that most were glitter based. "Sparkle" to be exact, in my vocabulary. Hahaa
So, if you are looking for matte, this one isn't going to be the one for you.
There are only two beautiful mattes in the palette but I'm definitely a glitter gal, so no complaint here!
This palette reminded me of "Pumpkin Spice." A lot of natural shades with a few copper-esqe tones thrown in the mix. 🎃
Definitely contributing to the Pumpkin Spice atmosphere I was feeling. 🍂
Definitely my cup of....coffee? Hahaa ☕️
Enough chit-chat; time for my Pumpkin Spice inspired look using the 6shades marked out with a star above.
I did also use my Nyx Milk Stick but I topped it using the Milk Foam from this palette. So this look is created using 99.9% of Touch in Sol. Lol
GET THE LOOK:
Study Break dusted over my whole top lid. Added But First, Cafe to blend it out.
Then contoured the creases with Espresso to give some depth.
Chiseled out my whole eye using NYX Milk Stick and topped Milk Foam on top to set.
On my lower lash line, I blended out a trio of colors to form a gradient starting with Tart, adding depth with more Espresso and blending rough edges using But First, Cafe.
Highlighting was next using Milk Foam. And lastly, popped Caution Hot at the inner corner, extending/blending into the shadow from the lower lash line.
Draw on your preferred liner of choice, I stuck with a basic wing look & applied some lashes/contacts! Done~
Like I mentioned, using my Nyx Milk Stick was mostly to prime the Milk Foam shadow. I also primed before application, using my NYX primer! Don't forget to spray set your face, too.
I really love how the white/cream color crease looks! I call it "the reverse cut crease." It gives a nice frame to chisel out the shadows, in my opinion. Like cream swirled in coffee!
I hope you liked my look. Simple, glamorous and very Autumn inspired.
Are you excited for October? Since I brought up Coffee--how do you take yours? (Or if you don't drink coffee, any hot beverage recommendations?!)
I like mine with Hazelnut creamer! ☕️ Yum!!