September Makeup Looks

The autumn is upon us, which can mean only one thing: it’s almost time for the annual autumn makeup trends. So here are what we think will be the best September Makeup Looks and trust me when I say that this is going to be a good one.

Add Some Colour

A deep red or burgundy lipstick is always one of the best ways to add some colour to your makeup routine.

If you want something bolder than the usual pinks and nudes, try a purple lipstick. You can also go for a muted berry shade.

On your eyes, opt for browns and plums over blacks or blues. And if you’re going for blue eyeshadow (which can be quite tricky), make sure it’s not too shimmery as that will draw attention away from your face—you want people to notice only how good you look!

Matchy Matchy

Matchy matchy is one of the best ways to look good. It’s a simple concept: wearing similar or matching colours. This can be done with clothes, accessories or makeup (or even your hair).

Matchy mismatchy is when you wear different patterns and styles together, but they still work well together. You can avoid this by wearing a patterned blouse with plain pants, or vice versa. This will help create a cohesive look without being too matchy-matchy (which isn’t always flattering).

Go for Gold! 

There’s something to be said for the power of colour. If you’re not a fan of gold, try using it as an accent in your look. Think about pairing it with other colours or making it the star of the show. For example, if you have blue eyes, try wearing some eye shadow in a deep teal or green and then add gold eyeliner on top of that! This will help draw attention away from any redness that may be present around your eyes and emphasize their natural beauty instead.

Another way to incorporate colour into your makeup routine is by choosing fun colours for different parts of your face — pink lips paired with bronze cheeks looks great on almost anyone!

Layer It Up

If you want to put together a gorgeous look, there is no better way than layering your lipstick. This can be done in several ways:

  • Use a lip balm or lip gloss first, then apply a creamy lipstick that’s close to your natural lip color and top it off with another layer of balm or gloss. This will give you a glossy finish and use up most of the product so that you don’t have to worry about reapplying too often throughout the day (and night).
  • Use a lip pencil before applying any other products on top of it—this gives more definition to your lips without having to worry about getting the perfect line every time!
  • Layer different types of products together so they blend into one stunning piece! For example: dab some tint onto luscious lips followed by using an opaque cream-colored shade on top (for maximum impact).

Add a Wing

The easiest way to add a wing is by using an eyeliner brush, rather than an actual eyeliner pencil. Dip the brush into water and then run it over the tip of your finger to remove any excess water. Then, use that same dampened brush to apply your eyeliner—this will make it easier for you to draw a straight line instead of having to worry about smudging or getting uneven lines. To get a nice winged shape on either side of your eye, keep applying pressure as you drag the brush away from your nose until you reach the outer edge of each eye (but don’t overdo it). Now go ahead and apply mascara and lipstick so that everything looks finished!

Soft Focus

A soft, flattering look with a subtle glow is a great way to start the fall. To achieve this look:

  • Use a light hand with your foundation and bronzer, sweeping them on only where you need coverage.
  • Keep your blush subtle as well, applying just enough to give your cheekbones definition but no more than that.
  • Keep highlighter minimal as well; just apply it to the tops of your cheekbones and down the middle of your nose for some added luminosity.
  • Use as little eyeshadow as possible, preferably just at the lids and along the brow bone (if at all). If you do have colour in mind for this part of your face, stick with neutrals like golds or browns that will complement rather than compete with other elements of your makeup look.
  • Keep eyeliner light; a thin line around both upper and lower lash lines will add definition without overpowering everything else going on in this soft-focus look!

Look Great in Autumn

Autumn is here, and with it comes a whole new set of beauty trends to try. If you’re looking to update your look in time for the cooler months, try incorporating these autumnal makeup looks into your routine.

  • Use matte products. Matte products have an incredibly polished look that can make even the dullest skin look flawless. Make sure to use a matte foundation, bronzer and blush on top of your makeup as well as lip liner and eyeliner (which should be in black). Be sure not to overdo it though: keep it natural-looking by blending everything evenly together so that there are no harsh lines between colours or textures. This will ensure that you look put together without looking overdone!
  • Wear darker lipstick shades instead of bright reds or pinks this season! Lighter shades tend not only draw attention away from our features but also wash us out when combined with dark clothing choices such as blacks/navy blues etcetera; whereas darker hues will highlight our lips making them appear fuller while still complementing any outfit choice we might make throughout this month’s activities!

I hope that you’re inspired to try out some of these September makeup looks! They will help you embrace the autumn season and all its beauty. If you have any questions, feel free to ask below. I would love to hear from you!


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