These Fall Makeup Tutorials for Black Women Are So Beautiful and Easy to Follow

October 29, 2020
By: Makeup.com | Makeup.com by L'Oréal
5 Best Fall Makeup YouTube Tutorials for Black Women
We know the holidays are quickly approaching but before jumping into the festive makeup looks consisting of all the glittery makeup products, let’s not forget that fall is a fun time to play with bold, dark lippies and warm tones. To give you some inspo, we’ve rounded up our favorite fall makeup looks for women of color on YouTube.

A Fall Mood

This natural tutorial by Sydney Lillian is bound to turn heads. She keeps the look fairly simple but plays up the eye with a matte orangey-red shadow. We recommend this for an intermediate makeup lover with decent blending skills and the ability to pop on a dramatic false lash.

Cranberry Glam

If you want to go full-on glam this fall, try this cranberry colored tutorial by Esther Kuria, complete with a bold eye and glossy lip. It’s a classic look that’s easy to achieve and absolutely stunning.

All You Need Is a Bold Lip

Sometimes all you need for a fire makeup look is a bold lip, which Karla Tobie knows all about. In the tutorial here she rocks a bright ombré red lip with a neutral eye for added drama and pop. If you’re not into the red or need a formula that’ll last through Thanksgiving dinner, we love the Maybelline New York Super Stay Matte Ink Liquid Lipstick in the Coffee Edition shades for a fall, ’90s vibe. 

Romantic Glam, but Make It Fall

This tutorial by Iris Beillin is the epitome of soft, romantic glam. She pairs a metallic berry lip with a diffused berry smoky eye for a look that’s effortless, put together and, as she so accurately says, “hella fall.” 

The Color Is, Cherry

Whether she’s testing out the darkest shade of the buzziest foundation lines or teaching us how to slay a makeup look, Nyma Tang is one of our favorite beauty gurus. In the tutorial below she’s serving full fall glam, complete with a cherry-colored eye using the fan-favorite Urban Decay Naked Cherry Palette.
Photo: Karla Tobie 

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