Summer seems to pass as fast as its everyday’s blissful sunset. Come autumn, another beautiful season of occasional grey skies. We can hear it calling for us, tempting us to scour through our wardrobes for the cosiest knits.
This is the season of plummy hues and wine-like shades. Yes, it’s that time again to play up with colors. And we can be as playful as the leaves changing their hues.
For starters, grey shimmer shades would rock with your cozy boots and the gentle warmth of the sun. Pair up your favorite grey shimmer shades with earthy tones to get that vibrant, lively look.
Contrary to spring, the colors of autumn are likely subdued. If you don’t feel comfy with cold autumn shades such as grey and purple, you can always switch to warmer palettes like gorgeous red, orange and yellow pigments – yes, the hues to remind you of autumn leaves.
It’s also noteworthy to say that rosy pink blush is just perfect with any season. Flushed cheeks were never out of trend.
While your matte lipsticks maybe perfect for the season, tinted lip balms in bright colors will brighten up your day. While your makeup could use a little extra between choosing warm or cold shades for the season, your nails would look stunningly perfect for the seasonal switch to grey and nude colors.
Let’s not forget about your beauty regimen too. Actively moisturize and replenish your skin for that dewy, healthy feel. As for cleansing, a gentle, soap-free cleanser would be best for a year-round skincare. While the temperature may be colder, UVA can still penetrate so don’t forget your sunblock/sunscreen.
Shorter days, cooler afternoons – that also call a swap of colors at home. As leaves begin to transition into new beautiful blooms, you may want to spice up your home decor with cozy fall palettes. Soft whites, layered textures and natural elements could never go wrong.
There is something about autumn that never seems to fail to draw us in. Afterall, this season has been a muse for artists for hundreds of years. How about you, what’s your big plan for the season?