It’s officially autumn which not only means that the leaves have started falling off the trees, the nights are drawing in and scarves are making a more regular appearance in your outfits, but that Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte is back (my favourite autumn drink). Yay!!
Now in celebration I decided to create a warm orange brown smokey eye with very simplistic bronzed skin, and what better palette to mostly use than the Morphe 35K (the K stands for Koffee) alongside the Morphe single eyeshadow in Spice. I feel like it’s all just meant to be.
Read below for instructions and products which I used.
What’s your favourite Starbucks drink in the autumn?
B. Youthful Anti-Ageing Foundation in Honey (£3, Superdrug)
Maybelline Fit Me Concealer in 20 (£5.99, Boots)
Both foundation and concealer applied with Real Techniques Miracle Complexion Sponge (£5.99, Boots)
L.A. Girl PRO. face powder in Creamy Natural all over the face and Toffee as a bronzer/natural warmth around the perimeters of the face (£6, Beauty Bay)
Applied using unbranded Duo-Fibre Brush.
Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz in Medium Brown (£15.50, Beauty Bay)
Anastasia Beverly Hills Dip Brow Pomade in Medium Brown (£15, Beauty Bay)
Using Brow Brush from Zoeva classic eye set – see eyes section.
MAC Paint Pot in Soft Ochre (£16, MAC Cosmetics), applied all over eye and upto brow bone with fingers.
Morphe 35K Palette (£21, Beauty Bay)
First using the icy white shade  all over the paint pot to set it into place using biggest eye brush from the Morphe Brushes 12 piece set (£12.50, Beauty Bay). Then using the same brush I took the two lightest taupe shades [2/3] and worked it into the crease upto the brow bone to create a transition.
Then from a Zoeva 96 palette, which unfortunately is no longer available, I took a neon orange shade and also worked this into the crease where I had placed the other two colours using the soft definer brush from the Zoeva Classic Eye Set (£38, Beauty Bay).
Using a small flat eye brush from the Morphe 12 piece set I then took the single Morphe eyeshadow Spice (£2.35, Cocktail Cosmetics) and pressed the colour all over the moving lid until I had the desired effect.
I then took a warm brown from the Morphe 35k  mixed with a red-brown  and used this with the same flat brush to softly line my eyes both on top and underneath.
Finally taking the Zoeva soft definer brush once more, I took more of the single Spice shade to further blow out the undereye.
MAC Mineralize Skinfinish Natural in Give Me Sun as a bronzer (£24, MAC Cosmetics)
Applied using powder brush from Morphe Brush 12 piece set (£12.50, Beauty Bay).
Zoeva Pink Spectrum Blush palette using the shade pk010 (£15, Beauty Bay)
Applied with Real Techniques Blush Brush (£9.99, Boots).
The Balm Mary Lou-luminizer applied to both cheeks, inner eye, brow bone, nose and cupids bow as a highlight (£17.50, ASOS – With Free Gift) – ATTENTION: A Must Have From ASOS – LINK IN POST!
Applied using fan brush from Morphe 12 piece set.
*All prices correct at time of posting.