Pumpkin spice makeup look

When it comes to the fall season, there's one drink that truly reigns supreme. A pumpkin spice latte is the most popular seasonal beverage of choice — and we can see why. The combination of festive flavors and sweet syrup makes it the most comforting way to transition into the colder months. But have you ever thought that the pumpkin spice latte may be good for something else, too?
Taking makeup inspiration from a seasonal hot drink may seem slightly odd, but think about it. The combination of tones in a pumpkin spice latte is ideal for fall. By taking inspiration from the humble PSL, you've basically got a ready-made autumnal makeup look to go.
- e.l.f. Prep & Blur Stick
- Marc Jacobs Beauty Re(Marc)able Full Cover Foundation Concentrate
- L'Oréal Infallible Full Wear Waterproof Concealer
- L.A. Girl Pro Face Matte Pressed Powder
- MAC Powder Blush (Blunt)
- Benefit Foolproof Brow Powder (3)
- Benefit ka-BROW! Eyebrow Cream-Gel Color (4)
- Benefit 24-HR Brow Setter Shaping & Setting Gel
- Anastasia Beverly Hills Eye Shadow (Morocco)
- Anastasia Beverly Hills Eye Shadow (Fudge)
- Makeup Geek (Peach Smoothie)
- Morphe Color Pencil (Editorial)
- Morphe Color Pencil (Secret)
- Maybelline Volum' Express The Colossal Big Shot Mascara
- MAC Eye Shadow (Orange)
- Fenty Killawatt Freestyle Highlighter (Hu$tla Baby)
- Morphe Color Pencil (Love Bite)
- Colourpop Crème Lux Lipstick (Quickie)
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1. Use a blurring stick to prime skin for foundation.
2. Apply a full-coverage foundation using a beauty sponge.
3. Conceal your under eyes and highlight the forehead, bridge of the nose, and chin with a liquid concealer. Blend with the same sponge, and set using a matte pressed powder.
4. Contour cheekbones using a matte brown blusher and a fan brush. Use the same product on a smaller brush to contour the nose.
5. Fill in eyebrows using a brow powder and an angled brush. Add more hair-like strokes to the front using a pomade. Comb through a brow gel to set your eyebrows in place.
6. Prime lids by applying the same matte pressed face powder with a fluffy brush.
7. Take a mid-toned orange eye shadow on a fluffy brush and define the crease.
8. Use a deeper, warm-toned brown eye shadow to add further depth and definition.
9. Take your full-coverage concealer on a small flat brush, and define the mobile lid to create a cut-crease eye look. Set this concealer with a light peach matte eye shadow.
10. Take your deeper brown eye shadow on a pencil brush, and further define your cut crease.
12. Use a warm bronze kohl eyeliner on your upper lash line. Add more definition with a second, cooler and darker bronze pencil. You can also take this second shade onto the lower lash line.
13. Apply black mascara to your top and bottom lashes.
14. Apply a matte orange eye shadow as a blusher using a fluffy face brush.
15. Highlight cheekbones using a shimmery champagne powder. Take the same shade on a detailer brush, and apply it to the inner corner of the eyes and the brow bone.
16. Apply dramatic false eyelashes.
17. Line lips with a warm-toned brownish nude. Fill in with a lighter nude lipstick for an ombre effect.