Here is a simple transitional Fall eye look, using the Sleek Sunset Palette. I tend to wear neutrals and golds in the Summer, and then move toward orange reds and greens in the Fall. So, in September, I like to bridge the gap with warm looks like this that are subtle, but still have the warmth of those Fall colors. My back is still giving me problems, and I am kind of bored, so I pulled out my Sleek Sunset palette and the new Crown Brush that I received in my Ipsy bag and decided to play.
These are the three colors that I chose to use. I laid down the soft peachy-pink first. Then deepened the outer corner a little with the plum-brown shade and carried it down to the bottom lash line. I wedged some of the cranberry lightly in the crease to warm everything up, but wanted to keep it very subtle. I used the pencil brush side of the Crown Brush to lightly smudge some of the black shadow for eyeliner. For some reason, the shades are hard to tell apart in the pictures, but you can definitely see more definition in real life.
I think it is a good transitional eye that is so simple to do. It literally took a few minutes for the whole thing, brows, mascara, and all. I am surprisingly really loving the new brush that Ipsy sent me. I don’t like dual ended brushes, but this one is really good. The pencil brush side comes to a stiff point, and the shader side has an unusual shape that hugs the eye socket and is quite effective. At any rate, here is my Eye of the Day (even though I’m not going anywhere). I hope that you like it.