Warm & Neutral Foxy Eyeshadow Look for Summer to Fall transition 🤩🍂
Hello, beauties! This time I'm bringing you the perfect fierce eye makeup look with only 3 eyeshadows! 😍😍
I love transitioning my makeup in to fall just in the right amount! 🍂 I started with this intense but not super dark makeup look - it's like a harvest season/not-quite-spooky kinda vibe.
I'm using my Morphe palette which has been great for me all the way through summer and is still my go-to in mid-September! 😩💕💕💕
But this technique can be done with ANY shades - just choose 3... a medium transition shade, a darker medium crease shade, and an extra dark eyeliner-worthy shade. You could even use different colors other than neutral brown tones! Go crazy!
Here is my step-by-step which you can see detailed on slide 3....
First step 🤩 Shade 1 - "MR. DIVA" - a warm brown transition shade, a perfect starter for this dark-but-not-too-dark eyeshadow look.
I started by using an angular brush to draw a soft winged "eyeliner" (using only shadows!) 💕 any small brush would work 👌
Second step 😘 Shade 2 - "BOSS ANGELES"
I did the same technique with "Boss Angeles" on top of the inside of the Mr. Diva shade to darken the inner edges and give it more depth (aka drama😍)
I also added Boss Angeles on my bottom lashes 🤩🤩
Bonus Step 🥰 once the darker "Boss Angeles" shade is where you want it, go back in with "Mr. Diva" and brush lightly above the crease. This is just for a little contrast, not so much that it would take attention away from the bold wing. I like to do this after adding the darker shade because it gives me a better idea of the full picture. (I also added some mascara here)
Third Step ❤️ Shade 3 - "FAST LANE"
The last shade is the one that really amps this look up to the next level. Following the same pattern as before (lighter outside, darker inside), I used the dark black shade "Fast Lane" to draw my thinnest line of the wing, and as a smoky eyeliner across the top. Adding some black to the bottom lash line also really makes the falsies look extra full.
The most important part of my look is that inner corner wing, the one that makes it look FOXY ~ follow the natural shape of the eye like an extension of the wing made on the outer corner and only use one shadow for this - too many and it can get messy. I like to use the black for this step so it's really noticeable! 👌💕
Fourth step 💕 Aaaand totally optional for you of course but I had to apply some bomb lashes to complete the look! 😍😍
I LOVE this dramatic yet wearable natural look. The colors in the soft wing turned out rich and dimensional, and the fox eye is such a fun trend to add on.
Plus the blend of these three warm neutral colors match my brown eyes beautifully. 🥰
Overall I love this look and so does Instagram! This was my most popular recent eyeshadow look so that definitely says something.
I hope I get to wear this to something fun this season 😁
🤔 What makeup trends have you been trying lately or would want to try?
🤔 What do you think about this eyeshadow look? Would you try it yourself?
🤔 And what's your go-to for fall? 😍😍
Thanks for reading!