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Anastasia Self Made Fall Tutorial.

If you are an avid youtube beauty follower, you probably can remember way back to when the Anastasia Self Made palette came out and everyone gushed about how beautiful it would be for spring. Of course I bought it and it was lovely in the spring.

But now it is fall? How does this one do in the cooler weather? Pretty good, I think. Let me know what you think (but be gentle – this is my first makeup tutorial!!)

While there are many things I love about the beauty vlogger community, I do worry that it can lead to an environment of waste where we always value the new, but tend to forget about can be done with what is in our collection. So let’s pull out this one.

As always, start off with a clean face. I added my daily lotion and my two primers.

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Ride or die favorite primers

I like to do my eye makeup first before tackling the face.

Let’s start with putting Hot & Cold all over the lid and up in to the crease.

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All over shade

Put Hot Chocolate thru the crease and blend, blend, blend.

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Color one

To brighten the eye for daytime, I added Pink Champagne on the inner third of the lid, and finished with Buttery on the brow bone.

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I added a thin winged liner and this was the result:

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Check out my crazy eyebrow hairs?!?!

Time for the face. I applied my fave foundation- Estee Lauder double wear. Look how pretty:

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Foundation added!

Then bronzer and blush. I added the Too Faced Chocolate for an all over glow and CoverGirl Cheekers in Soft Sable.

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Brows need to be done. These are the products I used:

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Full Face

And this is the final look.

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It’s a very pretty but wearable fall day look featuring the Anastasia Self Made palette. If you haven’t grabbed that in a bit, think of pulling it out again.

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