Monday, November 19, 2012

Cranberry Crush: A Fall Makeup Tutorial

This look is inspired by Thanksgiving dinner and cranberry sauce. Cranberry colors look perfect for the fall and winter, whether you wear them on the eye, lip, or cheek. You could go subtle with the look or more dramatic. However, when doing a cranberry look, keep the cranberry color focused on only one feature (such as the eye, lip, or cheek) at a time, two if you're going more dramatic.
Here's my take on the cranberry trend!

Light champagne gold to the inner corner and tearduct area.

MAC's "Cranberry"
Take a cranberry color and place it on the outer corner and crease and blend it in so there are no harsh lines. Bring and blend the shadow to the middle of the lid. However, keep it more concentrated on the outer part of the lid and the crease.

MAC's "All that Glitters"
Take a champagne/gold and place it between the inner corner color and the cranberry color and blend.

Take a matte highlight color and place on the browbone. You can also place this near the crease if you feel you have too much of a harsh line at the crease.

Mix the cranberry color with your champagne/gold color and taking a pencil brush, place it on the bottom lash line.

Take a liquid liner and make a thin-middle line on the upper lashline.

Put on some black mascara.

Place a nude pink blush on the apples of your cheeks.

Revlon Lipstain in "Honey"
Apply a nude pink or light cranberry lipstick to your lips.

I hope this helped or inspired you to try the cranberry trend this fall and winter!
Thanks for reading!

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