Our Favorite Makeup Tutorials for Fall 2020

October 15, 2020
By: Makeup.com | Makeup.com by L'Oréal
6 Fall Makeup Tutorials That’ll Make You Feel All Kinds of Autumnal

While fall brings us cozy sweaters and delicious smelling candles, we really love the season because of the endless makeup possibilities. It’s the perfect time to break out your warm-toned eyeshadow palettes, experiment with deep lipsticks and give the orange blushes in your makeup bag a try. Not sure where to start? We’re sharing our favorite fall makeup tutorials, below.

Mod and Smoky

For an everyday autumn makeup look, we love this mod brown smoky eye created by Jonet Williamson. It’s soft and flatters all skin tones. The best part? She only used one palette — the Urban Decay Naked Honey Palette — to get the look. 

Rose Gold Eyes

Try to master this glam makeup look by Luciana Vee if you have some time to experiment with eyeshadow. It’s super shimmery, feminine and will make your eyes pop against any protective face mask. 

Drugstore Beat 

If you need to nail your hair and makeup look, let this tutorial by OmabelleTV be your guide. She uses brown and orange tones to create a look that’s perfect for Thanksgiving dinner and beyond. Plus, she uses mostly drugstore products, so you won’t break the bank.

Fall, But Make It Bright

Those who gravitate toward bright colors year-round should try this transitional makeup tutorial by AlexDaLeo. She uses bright yellow and orange shades on the eyes and adds a berry lip. It’s a statement look, for sure.

Smoky on the Eyes 

We love a good ethereal makeup look with lots of gloss, so we’re all about this tutorial by Gina Shkeda for fall. She pairs an orange smoky eye with nude brown lips. It’s a combo that looks good on every skin tone and can be done using whatever products are already in your kit. 

Full-Blown Glam

If you’re looking to use metallic shadows and a vampy lip, this tutorial by tastePINK should be your go-to. She walks you through how to do a bold brow, a dramatic cut crease with a glitter lid and an intense wing. 

Photo: Chaunte Vaughn

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