Get Perfect Fall Makeup: Chocolate Spice + All Things Nice

I was so obsessed with this look I created using only Clean and Green Beauty products I thought I would write a whole post about it!

This makeup is all about rich warm Autumnal tones, bringing the trendy 90's brown lip to harmonise with this season's Pumpkin Spice colours. scroll down to get the full lowdown on the products I used.

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Skin

As Always, I prepped Emma's skin with loads of skincare. I started with the Juice Beauty Green Apple Peel and let it work its magic for a few minutes before rinsing with Inika Organic Micellar Water and moisturised with the Vanderohe Face Oil.  Then I blended a thin layer of W3ll People Tinted Moisturiser in Medium into Emma's skin. Instead of concealer I used the Kjaer Weiss Foundation in Just Sheer. I gently dusted Hynt Finale Powder to the Tone to gently magnify the look, but allowing a little glow to shine through. 

Lips + Cheeks

I knew I wanted a really bold and strong lip to anchor this look and so I mixed a few colours to get this lip colour... then we realised matches the couch!  For Emma I mixed Bite Beauty Multi Sticks in Anise + Cerise and finished with a dab of Burts Bees Lip Gloss in Autumn Haze.  

For her cheeks I contoured very gently with some Inika Baked Mineral Bronzer and warmed the apples of her cheeks using the Dr Haushcka Cheek Duo.

I know that getting Bite Beauty in Europe is a challenge, so to ahiceve this lip colour try a combination of the products below:

Eyes

This part was the most fun. I wanted to have the eye be soft, warm and shimmery, like a gilded bronze hug - for your eyes.  They key is to layer thin veils of shimmery product to give dimension to the eyes

First I warmed a little of the Bronze tone from the Nude + Noir Reserve Palette with the tip of my finger and applied it all over the eyelid.  I then set it with the shimmer colour from Inika's Choc-Cofee Palette.  I love this little pressed shadow duo, the colours work for everyone. 

I contoured the eye using Well People Golden Mocha ( now discontinued) pigment in the eye socket, on the outer corner of the eyes, and along the lower lash line.  Try instead.

To deepen the crease and define the eye, I used the matte dark brown from the Inika Choc-cofee palette with a small crease brush deep in the socket and then blended the same colour with some Dr Hauschka Dark Brown Pencil in between the upper and lower lashes.

I used RMS Volumising mascara in Black.

On the inner corner of the eye and under the brow bone, I blended a tiny bit of the Bella Pierre light brown shimmer powder for a little sparkle.

Final Notes

This look is perfect on anyone because of the mix of warm and cool colours to create a Spiced Marsala colour blend. Keep the eye shimmery if you opt for a matte finish lipstick to lighten the look.  If you prefer a heavier eye, create a smokey chocolate toned eye make up apt for a sheer gloss.


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