Rose & Co Blog: Every Day Fall Makeup Tutorial

Every Day Fall Makeup Tutorial

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Happy Hump-Day, ladies!

It's been awhile since I've posted a makeup tutorial, hasn't it?? I've been doing my eyeshadow this way for the past few weeks because it's SO easy (literally 4 steps total) and I think the deep pinks are gorgeous for Fall. 


Since having Sawyer, I'm incredibly aware of the products we use, and it's more important than ever to me that we keep things as preservative-free as possible. I'm also one of those lucky people who suffers from incredibly dry skin and eyes (especially during these windy, cool months!) and nearly all brands of artificial tears are full of preservatives, until Clear Eyes® Pure Relief™ for Dry Eyes. Preservative-free eye drops exist, but they're pretty darn pricey, and only sold in wasteful single-dose vials, so Clear Eyes® Pure Relief™ is truly the first of it's kind in a multi-dose bottle that doesn't break the bank. I love this product and wouldn't share it if I didn't, and I even found an online coupon for 3 dollars off your Clear Eyes® Pure Relief™  purchase. I found them at Walgreens in the Eye & Ear care aisle.




So let's get started. First, I moisturize, add a few drops of Clear Eyes® Pure Relief™  to keep my eyes bright all day long. One use lasts up to 12 hours so I find that the relief really does last all day.


From here, it really couldn't be any more simple.



Step One: I start with a sparkly pink shadow mixed with a bit of matte pink and pat this all over my lid with a flat shadow brush.

Step Two: Using a tapered blending brush, I take a matte medium taupe color and blend it into my crease. Blending really is the key here!

Step Three: Next, I take the same tapered brush, and using a deeper taupe, accentuate my outer corner in a v-shape.


Before my final step, I use a nice fluffy blending brush to make sure I don't have any harsh lines and all of my shadows blend seamlessly!

Step Four: Finish with a winged liner and your favorite mascara, and voila! Fall bright-eyes in four easy steps. :)



Thanks to my friends at Clear Eyes® Pure Relief™  for partnering with me on this post. You can find them on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter!


What are some of your favorite Fall shadows right now? Do any of you suffer from crazy dry-eyes this time of year like me?

Until Next Time,

1 comment :

  1. Oh this look turned out sooo pretty! Such a fun and different take on fall makeup, love it! ~ Client

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