Easy Fall Pumpkin Spice Latte Warm Smoky Eye with All Affordable Products Tutorial

There’s something about warm smoky fall looks that make me feel happy. It’s like a pumpkin spice latte for the soul. 

I have pretty much bought and tried every pumpkin spiced product I can get my hands on. πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ Image from retailmenot.com.

This warm toned smoky eye look, evocative of fall, literally took five minutes and it’s probably my favorite lately. I used two very affordable palettes you can find at any drugstore, Target, etc. and all affordable products for the rest of my face. 

Wet n Wild’s Color Icon Eyeshadow Palette in Comfort Zone. Photo by Jet.com.

Most of the shadows I used are from the palette above. I primed my lids with Physician’s Formula Touch of Blur concealer, though it wasn’t as full coverage as I would’ve liked. In general, I like how creamy and blendable it is though. You can use any full coverage concealer or primer.

Elf’s Golden Goddess Palette Quad. Photo from 

I used the base color from the Elf palette all over the lid as indeed a base. I then used the pretty golden yellow and rusty orange lid and crease color on the lid and crease. I placed the rose gold color labeled eyelid on the center of the lids from the Wet n Wild palette and the shimmery champagne/ivory color on the inner corner and inner part of the eyelid.

Photo from temptalia.com. I can’t wait to do a smoky eye with the awesome duochrome on the bottom right. It has a brownish base and reflects plum/burgundy and teal.

Image found on seekingalpha.com.

I then used the medium bark colored brown color labeled crease in the Wet n Wild palette on the outer corner and crease to further define the smokiness and the bottom chocolatey color on the very outer corner, lash line, and bottom lash line. I created the blown out gradient by blending continually. Nonetheless, the look was simple to complete and both novices, experts, and anyone in between can create it.

LA Girl’s Glazed Lip Paint in Gleam, which I’ve worn with this eye look several times. Photo from ry.com.au.

I tried the look a few days earlier before creating it again for this post for work and paired it with NYX’s matte liquid Lip Lingerie in Teddy. 

NYX’s Lip Lingerie in Teddy. Photo from Ulta.

I honestly don’t know which lip I like better with the eye look. The first one with the metallic Glazed Lip Paint by LA Girl in Gleam is more pumpkin-y whereas the bottom one is vampier. I guess it depends on your mood.

I hope your fall is filled with many beautiful smoky eye looks, soul-warming goodness, and many pumpkin spiced memories. πŸ‚πŸπŸŒ°

Happy Friday!

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