Fall beauty means more coverage, more moisture, and more contour! When I think of fall makeup looks the desire to truly be #teamoverthetop and #teamoverdressed is in full swing. In this post, I’m going to share with you my foundation routine and how you can make your beauty game even better.
So in the summer I typically go very bare-faced to a light BB cream. I fell in love with the Bare Minerals BB cream this summer as it gave just enough coverage but stayed light. In the fall and winter months, I opt for full coverage foundations as I won’t get ice cream face. My go-to products at the moment are Black Opal Foundation sticks and Black Opal Total Coverage Concealers. If I’m really trying to put on I will use a mixture of both. For lighter days I will use the concealer to spot my areas that I want to hide and set with my RCMA Colorless Powder.
The results are below which is a perfect chocolate palette. I enjoy the look of full coverage as well since it just looks prettier to me. Everyone is different and that is key to knowing your self in the beauty world. I could rock a heavy full face to nothing but moisturizer and be happy.
2. More Moisture Please
So my skin over the years has developed into this very weird bougie creature that likes to be combo-dry. It can be excessively oily, which lets me know I need to hydrate more from within and also make sure I use products that will have added moisture that lasts. I really love the Clinique Moisture Surge cream and Supercharged Concentrate. These products make my skin so supple and moisture which is needed when you rock full coverage foundations. Nothing is worse than seeing dry, flaky skin under cream foundation.
The need for exfoliation is important in the fall and winter months as well. This allows those moisture-boosting products to actually be able to penetrate. My go-to scrubs are by none other than Minimo. Their Turmeric Scrub and Black Charcoal scrubs help my skin stay soft and ready to take in all the goodness.
3. More Contour
So with a full coverage foundation, you must add some structure to your life honey. I love using my Black Opal Foundation stick to contour and chisel my face. You can fake cheekbones and make the nose of your dreams for a few hours. The key to having a perfect contour is using colors that aren’t too warm and making sure to blend baby blend. This is the one time when using shade can be helpful. Look for contour colors that are more neutral and with a bit of a greyish tone.
Make sure you blend that baby out well as you don’t want to look like someone smacked you.
Now go forth and be the fairest of them all this Fall!