If you saw my swatches & review of the Too Faced Stardust Palette from Vegas Nay then maybe you saw this coming. I raved- this palette deserves it. & it was released just in time for fall…which is perfect because that’s what this palette was screaming at me. Today I’m sharing a look I’ve actually done some version of a few times now- a collection of autumn shades that really make my eyes pop. Keep reading to see how to recreate it!
For my top lid I started with my Too Faced Shadow Insurance Eyeshadow Base to really make the shades pop. I applied Girl’s Night all over the lid & lightly into the crease. I followed up with Double Tap in the outer V & blended. I applied Jackpot with a rounded C brush to my outer 1/3 of my lid for a bit of depth. I decided I wanted to deepen my crease a bit with some warmth so I added a bit more Girl’s Night with a crease brush in smooth motions to blend. To blend out that line I used Millennial with a fluffy brush. I took Showgirl in the center of my lid lightly & blended. I knew Golden Nugget would be the superstar so I packed that tightly on my inner corner then faded to my inner 1/3 of the eye.
I used Golden Nugget again in the lower inner corner because- gold pop! I pressed a light amount of Sin City against the lower outer third of the lashline. To connect Golden Nugget & Sin City I took a touch of Jackpot in the center of the lower lashline. I pressed a small amount of Golden Nugget to the center of my lid with a light fingertip as well to really catch the light. Right below my browbone I used Chandelier.
Please don’t crucify me for my lip color as I was about to run out the door & this pink is what I had out! I scrounged through my bad & found more of a neutral later- promise. I really love this eye look & find it to be seasonally appropriate though! Remember to check out my swatches & review of the Too Faced Stardust Palette from Vegas Nay because you’ll either totally fall in love then purchase it OR use it to find similar eyeshadows in your own collection.
What shades make your eyes pop for fall? Which palettes in your collection do you pull out for autumn? Tell me about it in the comments below!