Wednesday, 20 September 2017

My Favourite Autumnal Eyeshadows

Autumnal Eyeshadows

| My Favourite Autumnal Eyeshadows! |

John Donne once wrote, "No Spring nor Summer beauty hath such grace as I have seen in one Autumnal face" and whenever I see the quote, I can't help but think of dreamy Autumnal makeup products. And to me, nothing says Autumn more than gold, copper and bronze eyeshadows so for the second instalment of my Autumn makeup series we're focusing on some statement eyeshadow picks for the season!

When I envision Autumnal makeup the Zoeva Cocoa Blend palette is always the first thing that springs to mind. The rich hues, including a burnt orange, gold, cranberry and bronze shades, are ideal for Autumn and the quality of the eyeshadows are comparable to some high-end brands but yet they're affordable. 

Another Autumnal palette offering is the Naked Heat palette from Urban Decay, easily my best purchase of 2017! The brand hit the nail on the head with this release as it has the perfect mixture of matte and shimmer shadows, the shade range is cohesive and there's a variety of shades, making it easy to create different types of looks. The aforementioned things were lacking in a lot of their Naked palettes so it's a great addition to the Naked family!

Charlotte Tilbury's Dolce Vita is the epitome of Autumn in a palette, with four Autumnal shades including a shimmery champagne, a deep copper, a sparkly gold and a rich chocolate brown.

One of my favourite gold shadows is from Kiko, their high pigment eyeshadow in no. 18 {Review} is a deep golden hue that mirrors the crispy gilded piles of leaves. The product can be used wet for an intense foiled finish that is absolutely dreamy. 

Cream eyeshadows are my go-to for quick, effortless makeup looks and one I'm looking forward to reigniting my love for is Maybelline Colour Tattoo in 'On And On Bronze'. As the name would suggest, it's a lovely bronze shade that's ideal for everyday wear!

Another cream formula on my favourites list is the Catrice Copper & Paste eyeshadow stick. I like to apply this to the lid after blending a matte brown into the crease, and it's a recipe for a simple look that still makes it look like I've put a bit of effort into my makeup application. 


 What are your favourite Autumnal eyeshadows?

Love,
Cliona xx

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