My Favorite Fall Products

Hello my beauties, I love fall time don’t you? The rich, vibrant colors, the cooler weather (not so much here but oh well). I get to bring out my rich warm colors again. I mean, I wear it year round but it’s more appropriate now. I wanted to share with you some of my favorite products to use and wear during the fall time. I would love to know what you love to gravitate towards during this season.

The palettes I gravitate towards the most during the fall time are the Morphe 35F ‘Fall Frost’ palette and the Morphe 35OS palette. I don’t own the original O palette but I got this one because I love shimmers and the palette is nothing but. I pair it with one of my two matte palettes to create any look I want. Out of the two, my favorite would have to be the Morphe ‘Fall Frost’ palette. I love the deep purple’s and burgundys. I know Morphe quality can be hit and miss, but I’ve had no problem with either of these palettes.

There are three lip products I gravitate towards during the fall because during this time I LOVE a good berry lip. I love the Rimmel Kate Moss 107 lipstick, unfortunately, I don’t think they make this shade anymore- I can’t find it in stores anywhere. This was my introduction into berry tones lipsticks and what an introduction it was! It’s a matte lipstick but I don’t find it to be too drying or uncomfortable. Next is my MAC ‘Plumfull’ lustre lipstick. This is a newer product to my rotation but I find it to be a great berry tone to throw in your purse or bag and use it to touch up throughout the day. No muss, no fuss, it glides on nicely and leaves your lips looking berry-licios. Lastly is the Colourpop Ultra Matte Liquid Lipstick in ‘Souffle’. This is my bam in your face berry lip choice. It’s bold and surprisingly comfortable even though it’s a Colourpop Liquid Matte lipstick which I usually find very uncomfortable. It stays for a good long while and wears off pretty nicely. I don’t really find the need to touch up when I wear this lip color.

There are two blushes that, while used year round, I wear constantly throughout the fall and winter. The first one, The Balm’s Instain blush in ‘Houndstooth’, is no longer available but I love this berry pink tone. I have to use a light hand because this blush is highly pigmented but it has amazing staying powder. I use this especially when I have a long day ahead of me. The other blush is Tarte’s Amazonian Clay Blush in ‘Dazzled’. Now, if you’re not into shimmery blushes you better steer clear of this blush because it definitely has shimmer throughout it. It’s a nice berry- nude color that I find easy to throw on for everyday wear. I love blushes and these are two of my all time favorites. One is perfect in one swipe the other is easily built up to any intensity that you like.

I have quite an extensive perfume collection and this is one of my favorites. The Elizabeth and James ‘Nirvana Black’ rollerball perfume. It’s has woodsy notes with a hint of warmth. It’s not overpowering, I find it perfect for the day to day. I love that it’s a rollerball because then I can take it with me in my bag if I’m going somewhere and I feel I’ll need to touch up.

Thank you so much for stopping by today, your support of my blog means the world to me. It would really mean a lot if you would subscribe to my blog before clicking out. That way, you won’t miss a post again! To see the looks I create and don’t share here, be sure to check out my Instagram which is linked down below. I hope you have a great day and, until next time, don’t forget to be bold, be beautiful, be YOU! XO Emma

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