Staying Pretty at Disney: Transitioning to Fall

Are you guys as excited for fall as I am? I can’t wait for the leaves to change color and the pumpkins to come out. And fall at Disney is so much fun. I love seeing the change in decorations throughout the parks, but especially on Main Street.

Today, we’re going to discuss how you can transition your makeup from summer to fall. And it’s easier than you think! Anytime you’re transitioning from one season to the next, there’s going to be some adjustments. The weather changes, your wardrobe sees a few changes (the amount of course depending on where you live), and so should your makeup. If you can pull off coral lips in December, more power to you! But if you’re looking to vamp up your look during autumn and winter, you can make a few simple modifications.

For example, I mentioned coral lips. Think a little darker when it comes to your makeup for fall. Instead of your coral and fuchsia shades, you’ll be seeing burgundies and aubergines. This time last year, we were seeing an awful lot of opaques. For this fall, the “in” shades are black honey and merlot. Stain seems to have more staying power than lipstick and gloss, which is perfect for a long day in the parks. Be on the look out next time you head into Sephora.

 

 

Your makeup isn’t going to be the only thing that changes; so will your overall skin routine. Your face requires deeper hydration with the changing of the seasons, so you may want to swap your lightweight moisturizers for one with a thicker consistency. A thicker cream lotion will hydrate your skin and keep the dryness at bay, which is what you’ll need if you plan to be in the parks from rope drop till closing.

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What fall beauty trends are you most excited for? Are there any techniques or looks you struggle with? I would love to offer my input or advice to anyone looking for suggestions. Comment below and I’ll be sure to answer you.

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