Tutorial: Shimmery Rosy Brown Eyes


Hey everyone! Today’s tutorial is one of my favorite Fall looks. I think a lot of people don’t want to wear pink or rose undertones in Fall. It’s all about maroon and browns this seasons. Don’t get me wrong, I love those deep colors a lot! But I think pink is fun for any time of the year, and sometimes you just don’t want a super dark smoky look in the Autumn. Personally, I only want to look like a straight-up vampire every once and a while, so today’s look is where I gravitate the most. Read on for the tutorial!


I came back to an old favorite once again with my Naked3 palette. I love to use this palette because the colors are so easy to mix together. You can’t go wrong when experimenting with this one! I started with one of the prettiest rosy/brown shades, Liar. This color is great for a base lid color with a bit of sparkle.

Next up is one of the best blending shades in the palette, Nooner. This matte brown shade is great for a darker and defined crease. I use it for more rosy looks and brown looks as well. It goes with everything!

The last eyeshadow I used from the palette was the dark brown Factory. This color has always looked great in the outer corners for a deeper look. It is pretty natural and light for blending considering the darker brown color.

I added a bit of my Clinique High Impact mascara to the lashes and lined my eyes with my MAC eyeliner in Costa Riche. This brown eyeliner is a perfect warm color to make my green eyes pop!

To finish off the look I added a neutral pink blush and one of my favorite dark red lipsticks, Revlon’s Raisin Rage. I love how aggressive this lipstick title is. The deeper red is also great on my skin tone and doesn’t make my teeth look yellow at all!

I hope you enjoyed this neutral shimmery brown eye look! It is one of my favorites for the fall season. Comment below with you favorite Autumn makeup color scheme! Thanks for reading!


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