7 Noteworthy Tips in Changing Your Makeup for Fall ...


It’s getting to be about that time where you want to start thinking about how to change your makeup for fall.

Time flies, doesn’t it?

Don’t fret though because you don’t have to put away all of your favorite summer beauty products just yet, it’s just a good time to start thinking about the best way to transition your summer look to a more fall appropriate look.

Read on for 7 excellent tips on making a seamless transition from summer to fall!

1. Seasonal Shades

Seasonal Shades

You can start your quest in changing makeup for fall by subtly incorporating deeper and richer shades of eye shadows, blush and lipstick.

You can’t go wrong with neutrals for everyday and including some deeper hues with your existing color palette will look beautiful and natural You can even start wearing some more autumn-friendly nail colors to get things started by choosing navy blues, rich burgundies or pale colors that were hot on the runways.2

2. Faux Sun Salutations

Faux Sun Salutations

Although self-tanner might have been one of your summer beauty staples, cutting back on self-tanner use is one of the key steps in how to change your makeup for fall.

I get that some women would prefer to look like a golden goddess in the dreary cold but using the same amount of self-tanner at the same frequency as you did in the dead of summer can come off as unnatural and at the same time you don’t want to go from a golden tan to totally fair so simple cutting back will make for a flawless conversion to fall.

3. Sheer to Solid

Sheer to Solid

Moving your lip colors from a sheer lip butter, gloss or stain to a more solid and pigmented lipstick is a leading tip in adjusting summer to fall makeup.

Thick glosses and lipsticks don’t really fare well in the sticky summer so we usually opt for sheer, buildable colors.2

For transitioning to fall, add more layers to your existing lip color in the beginning then make the change to a more bold and denser textured lipstick later.

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