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Thanksgiving make up look

We are officially so close to the end of the year.

How did this happen?

We are only a few days away from Thanksgiving, which means we get to celebrate togetherness with our loved ones.
Also, this holiday calls for a good makeup look to create to sit at the sala (the living room) 😂

I grew up in Mexico, so honestly, we don’t celebrate the day so much as people that are born in the US.

Of course, I have to establish some of the US cultures into my daughter’s life and celebrate Thanksgiving, so we celebrate small.

I must also confess I don’t like Turkey!

I’ve mentioned it before, when it comes to parties, get together’s or things of that nature, I tend to focus on getting my daughter ready mostly, I like it when she looks well put together even if it means less time for me. Luckily she’s now at an age where she does a lot of things alone; the only thing I really and mainly have to worry about is her hair.
When it comes to my makeup looks, I like to play it safe; you know my usual neutrals and pop of color on the lips.

Lately, I have been able to experiment more with heavier colors recently but not at its full force. When I was looking for some inspiration for a look to create, most of the tutorials I was watching 
 had a lot of orangey colors in them, and that was not the vibe I was hoping to accomplish.

Finally, I came across some autumn leaves, and this is where my inspiration flourished.

So here’s the look I decided to put together for any thanksgiving get together for this year, not to mention is super easy to recreate.

Anastasia Beverly Hills Subculture Eye Shadow Palette look

Anastasia Beverly Hills Subculture Eye Shadow Palette

For this look, I used my Anastasia Beverly Hills Subculture palette.

I honestly love this palette; the color scheme is different but very workable. I’ve seen quite a few bad reviews about the fall out of the shadow, and yes, there is more fall out than usual, but gosh, it’s not that bad. I feel like people are just complaining about minimal things.

I mainly used the shade named Edge shade from the palette, which is a bright, medium-dark yellow with strong, warm undertones and a matte finish. The eyeshadow had a smooth, velvety consistency that made me fall in love with!

I added a little bit of Fudge shade on the inner corner of the crease, very lightly, also the shade Electric on the inner corner of the eye.

ABH Eden

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Make up details

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