6 Fall Makeup Tutorials for Thanksgiving DinnerNovember 01, 2019
We know Thanksgiving is about spending time with loved ones and eating an excessive amount of pumpkin pie, but it’s also a time for some serious holiday glam. Ahead, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite Thanksgiving makeup tutorials on the internet. From sparkly looks to burnt orange face beats, find a style that you can rock well before and after the holiday.
Oh Honey, Honey
Stephanie Ledda creates the most perfect Thanksgiving look with none other than the Urban Decay Honey palette. If you lean more toward matte than glowy, take notes. This is a perfect warm, caramel look that’s reminiscent of the holidays — and, well, pumpkins.
Full Thanksgiving Glam
If you have a particularly glam Thanksgiving celebration on the horizon, don’t be afraid to try this look by Esmeralda Gudino. The burnt orange monochromatic vibe is seriously on trend and can take you way beyond the Thanksgiving feast. With fall tones and glitter galore, you can bet were trying this out ASAP.
The Perfect Natural Makeup Tutorial
If you’re going for something a little more natural and subdued, try this tutorial by Marie Jay. Her effortless makeup look only uses a little eyeshadow and a neutral lip. This tutorial is perfect for beginners — you likely already have these skills up your sleeve.
Berry, Berry Pretty An amazing holiday beat we’d like to wear every day, this smoky look by James Charles is one of our favorites. He pairs a berry eye with berry lips, which makes for a monochrome eye-turner that we’ll be rocking all season.
The Perfect Mix of Natural and Glam
Somewhere between glam and natural makeup is this look by Jaelah Majette, an easy tutorial that you can definitely DIY. This makeup look is flawless yet neutral and will make any and every family selfie look fire. She builds a pretty heavy liner, but uses a subtle shadow to get that laid back but chic vibe.
For the Beginner Beauty Lover
The tutorial ahead by Too Much Mouth is perfect for a beginner beauty lover who hasn’t quite yet mastered the smoky eye. She pairs a classic winged liner with a chocolate gloss and soft contour to create an understated but stunning look.