Now that trees are finally changing into their autumn clothing of red, orange and yellow, and the nights are getting darker at last, is time to update not only your wardrobe but also your makeup rutine. You can forget light peach and pink of the summer and start thinking about rich browns, delicious deep reds and plums of the autumn. As always when moving into fall we start craving for comfortable, fluffy jumpers, warm peppermint tea and cosy movie nights under wool blankets.
Hello everybody! Autumn is here and that's why I wanted to continue my lookbook series. I really want to make more lookbooks and fashion stuff so hopefully these are turning out great. But let's get started. Coco Chanel ones said "Simplicity is the key note of all true elegance" and that's exactly what I tried to achieve while planing out this look. By using classic piecis such as black sunglasses, leather jacket and a knitted turtle neck dress I feel like I came quite close
Hello everybody. Autumn is here and that's why I decided to do something different and try cut crease. This look is not anything super hard to accomplish but you may need more practise if you have never done a cut crease eye. I used neutral tones and a little bit of dark burgundy red. So let's get started. 1. Start crease work with light neutral drown shadow. Use blender brush but keep the shadow a little bit above your natural crease so that the cut crease effect shows up be