The Perfect Shades For Autumn Eyes

Bargain beauty: Autumn eye shades from Make Up Revolution

Make Up Revolution will never cease to amaze, with the impressive collection of affordable budget beauty products! From matt effect lipsticks to branching out in to skin care – There’s something for every one (who likes make up and stuff, that is) to be found on their website. Now that the darker nights are drawing in and everything is getting all a bit more Autumnal (despite these weird heat wave things we’re having), it’s about time we got that make up a little more heavy around the eyes and lips. Plum and berry shade lipstick can be in your life once more, and you can swap the neutral pink tones for some more green and brown shades.
The first dream duo of eyeshadow from Make Up Revolution, come in the form of their basic solo eyeshadow which you can pick up for £1 each. The lighter shade ‘Promised Land’ is a lovely, almost creamy texture, which is brilliant as a base. Slightly golden with a subtle shimmer, this is perfect to begin building a heavier look on. Teamed with the darker shade of ‘I Need You’ and working that in from the outside corner of your eye lid, across the crease – These make for a lovely autumn combination for every day wear. You can browse the impressive selection of Make Up Revolution £1 solo eye shadow online here.
For evenings in Autumn, the little pots of pure pigment eye dust create a much more dramatic effect. Best used with the Make Up Revolution Aqua Seal Liquid Primer, they are a versatile loose powder which can be blended really easily to either go for a heavy smokey eye look, or a solid block of colour. In the swatches below you can see that even without the primer they create a lovely water colour-esque dusting of colour, but can easily be layered up to be built in to a more opaque shade. Once again, for £1 each you can’t go wrong and with lighter shades such as ‘Angelic they can be even added to loose powder foundation to add a dewy effect to your whole face! (You’ll notice Angelic isn’t swatched, but Rivalry and Confront are)