Fall In – Lashes & Liner Edition

I didn’t think that I was going to have enough products to add this installment but I do! I have been venturing more into eye pencils as I find them easier to smudge on the top lid than gels, obviously and I like how they apply over cream shadows. I wear mostly browns and black/browns but recently have been adding some subtle colour to my liner, here are my fall transition picks for eyeliner!


Fiona Stiles Orchard – This is my very last pencil in this shade, I am pretty bummed about it too. The Ultra-Smooth Eye Defining Pencils are easy to use and provide a matte, pigmented line. This shade is a deep purple with a red undertone, I will be sad to see the end of this one.

Melt Cosmetics Baked – This is a recent purchase but I like this buttery soft formula too. This mustard shade is really lovely and also super pigmented.

Urban Decay Alkaline – I don’t love this formula as much as the  previous picks, it is a tad stiffer and takes a little warming up but I do love this plum shade. It adds a lovely pop of colour to brown shadow.

Urban Decay Torch – My second pick from the 24/7 Glide On Pencil line is this stunning burnt orange shade. I didn’t think that this was going to work for me, I figured that it would be too red but the orange is surprisingly flattering.

I only have the one purple mascara currently, it is Torch also by Fiona Stiles but Wet ‘n’ Wild will often times release different shades and I like those as well. I don’t really know if the purple is noticeable but it’s something fun and different to try anyway. I love black mascara and eyeliner but also enjoy experimenting and what better time than now?!


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