Good afternoon beauty lovers You’re watching Rainbow Rocks Beauty Today I’m going to do a full face of makeup for you guys Per the request of a girl I went to high school with So thank you so much Ashley! So I’ll be showing you guys a moderately neutral fall look It’s been my go to lately now that the leaves are changing color It’s very warm and glowing without being too bright or coral So it just screams fall And I have a few fall lip options to show you as well.
So please thumbs up and subscribe and let’s get started! So we will be working with shadows today that risk a lot of fallout. With that being said, we will do the eyes first so that whatever falls, We can clean up.
Start by priming your eyes with a concealer that matches your skin tone. I’ve been using a liquid concealer a lot lately for this because I like How it blends into the face. Place a dime sized amount onto your lid and then Take some sort of dense brush, I’m using this ecotools one from their five-piece brush set And spreading that all over the lid up to the brow bone.
Then I’m going to set that because it makes the shadows easier to blend later. I’m taking a shadow close to my skin tone on the Sigma E60 And placing that everywhere that I put the concealer. A setting powder also works fine for this.
For this look I’ll be using mainly the Too Faced Chocolate Bar palette. This is one of my most loved purchases because Not only are the shadows of quality But the smell, HOT DAYYYUUUMMM. I used the color White Chocolate to set my shadow base by the way.
First I’ll take the color Salted Caramel Which is a very warm brown shade that isn’t too dark On a brush that’s nice and fluffy but not too large. This one is by BH Cosmetics. I’m going to buff that back and forth into the crease.
Make sure you start this on the outer part of the crease So that most of the color is deposited there And you can diffuse inward as you go. Holding the brush downward is a nice way to make sure That this transition color does not create a harsh line.
I don’t know how or why, but it works. Next take a brush that is more dense and slightly more flat in shape With a midtone darker brown. This is the color Semi-Sweet from the palette. Work that into the crease but keep it below our transition color.
Start in the outer corner as before and only touch the brush to Your skin lightly so that the product doesn’t overextend itself. Work that inward lightly and stop at the iris. Take little bits of product each time you go to build the color.
Starting with too much is gonna leave you with unblended lines That do not look artisanal. Once you are happy with how dark the crease is, Go in with either a clean fluffy brush Or the same one you applied the transition shade with And lightly blend the whole thing so all the colors mesh.
If needed, take your skin colored shadow And blend the edges so that they’re nice and soft. Next I’m going to leave this palette and take the color Reveal by Sigma Which is a reddish copper with some shimmer.
I’ll take the Sigma E55, Use any dense and flat eye brush, And mix this eyeshadow with the color Crème Brulee From the Chocolate bar palette. This is a soft gold color. Mixing these is going to create a nice bronze shade That’s perfect for fall.
So for this step, I’ll wet my brush. I like to use contact solution in a spray bottle Because I know it won’t hurt my eyes. Spritz that over the brush Then dip it into the lighter and darker shade respectively.
Then I will pack that onto the outer half of my lid. Wetting the brush makes the product go on very pigmented And keeps as much shadow from falling onto the face. This step is fairly simple, Just stop halfway through your eye with this color.
Next, pick up a lighter shimmery shade of your choosing. I’m using the color Marzipan from the palette Which is a shimmery pale gold. Wet another flat brush like before Or just clean off that same one Dip it into the color, and pack that onto the other half of your lid.
Once that color is nice and concentrated, Wipe the excess off and pull the color Slightly into the bronze on the other half of your lid. This will blend them and create a nice duochrome quality. Now, for a look like this, I don’t like to do black liner Because it takes away from the natural quality of the look.
Instead, I’m taking a brown pencil This is a Kajal pencil from Essence Cosmetics called Teddy. I’m going to messily place that on my lash line Don’t worry about precision on this at all. Then take a pencil brush This one is from Smashbox And smudge that line so it’s nice and smoky.
Next put on your mascara I’m using Avon Big and Daring. Feel free to curl your lashes, mascara them, And skip falsies, but I need falsies. These are the Eyelure 145s, you can Use more natural lashes but These are my favorite of all time.
I will have an in-depth lash tutorial coming soon. Next, I like to take witch hazel on a cotton pad And clean up any fallout from underneath my eyes. Then I’m priming my face using Rimmel Fix and Perfect primer Which I like because it evens the skin tone and brings warmth to the skin.
Use a pea-sized amount and Distribute it all over the face. Next I’m applying my foundation, This is the Revlon Colorstay in the color Buff. I am doing my foundation as usual, And then concealing using Maybelline FitMe concealer As usual as well.
I will link my in-depth foundation routine below So you can pair it with this look. Once my undereyes are concealed, I am going to take the color Semi-Sweet again On a flat definer brush by BH Cosmetics And pack that under my bottom lash line.
Then take the smudging brush from before With Salted Caramel And blend that out for maximum smokiness. Make sure to connect it with the shadow hanging out On your outer corner. Then fill in the water line with the Teddy pencil And apply bottom mascara.
My next step is to fill in my brows, and I’m not Going to go super in-depth because I will also be posting an Updated brow tutorial soon that will go in depth. But I start by defining the top of my brow and then the bottom Then when there isn’t as much product on the brush I line and Fill in the inner part of my brows.
Then I just take a ton of product and fill in the tail And the main bulk of my brow. Then I just diffuse the color a little bit with my brush and I’m done. Next go back into the palette and take Champagne Truffle Which is just a shimmery champagne color And place that underneath the brow bone.
I like to do this with one hit and diffuse it from the center of the arch In both directions so that the color is not too obvious. Then place the same color This is all on any accent brush you want by the way On the tear ducts with the same one-hit concept.
That’s it for the eyes you guys! Next for my favorite part of any fall look, getting that skin all Warm and glowy. First I’ll contour with a midtone brown powder, This is Too Faced Chocolate Soleil bronzer.
I like to take a smaller dense brush for this and flatten it with my fingers And really carve out the cheekbones while making the fishy face. Blend it slightly once you have that nice line. I will ALSO be posting an in-depth contouring video for you guys as well.
Use the same color to hit the sides of the nose And the center of your cupid’s bow right above the lips. Then take a very warm lighter brown I’m using my Essence Sun Club bronzer On a fluffier contouring brush, This is the Sigma F40.
Really buff that shade on top of your contour lines. The idea of this is to both blend out that contour and Bronze the skin. I also place this color below my chin in a V shape And onto the sides of my forehead and down my temples.
For blush, I always like to take something more coraly. This is Nyx Baked Blush in Sugar Mama But if you have darker skin than opt for a deeper orange. I’m using a really dense and slightly rough Bare Minerals brush To pack that onto the apples of my cheeks and up the edge of where I bronzed.
To highlight a look like this, I am taking a very tiny amount of that color Marzipan And diffusing it at the very top of the cheekbones, On the upper part and the tip of my nose, On the sides of my cupids bow, On the center of my chin, And in the center of my forehead.
Then, to blend all of those face colors, Take a large fluffy brush or a duo fibre, This is the Sigma F50, And stipple over this whole situation. It both removes excess product and Makes every shade transition to the next smoothly.
Lastly we will do our lips. I have a light, a dark, and a bright option for you guys. For a lighter fall lip, I like to take A very warm nude. This is the Nyx Simply Nude lip crayon in Honey. I just fill in my entire lip with that And then take a warm brown lip pencil That’s not too dark and line right outside Of that color.
Be light handed when you’re doing this. Then squeeze your lips together plenty of times So that the pencil and the crayon blend together. For a bright option, I think that an intense coral works perfectly.
This is OCC’s Lip Tar in Grandma. For lip tars, take the brush that comes with them And carefully fill the bulk of the lip And then line them with the end of the brush. Once the product has set a little bit, apply another layer So it’s nice and pigmented.
Lastly, a very deep and dark lip is my favorite for fall Especially when it’s matte. I’m lining my lips first Just to keep them from bleeding throughout the day. This is Avon lip liner in Red Brick.
I really like to round out the cupids bow Because it adds a layer of mystery and sex appeal. Then take your favorite matte deep red lipstick This is Nyx Matte lipstick in Siren. Fill out the entire lip with that and you have The peeeerrrrfect dark fall lip.
There’s your full fall face you guys! Now go put on a scarf and some boots and don’t forget to subscribe!