Feeling Like Fall: Orange Eyes…

 Fall is in full spin here in Utah and its just another reason for me to pull out my Autumn toned shadows! I am usually not a fan of orange or red tones on the eyes but I thought I would give them a try and I surprisingly loved how they turned out! I love to change my makeup style depending on what I wear, where I am going and what season it is. Fall usually calls for dark lips, smokey plum, burgundy, and copper eyes. Today I am showing you this brassy orange smokey eye and peach-tan lips! For any color requests, please email me at Jadembaird@gmail.com 🙂


 Orange eyes… You may be hesitant at first to use this color but I promise once you blend it with browns and golds it looks amazing!
  1. Apply a primer to the eyes for a smooth base: Tarte Clean Slate Creasless
  2. Apply a bright orange shadow all over the lid and into the crease: NARS Duo in “Isolde” – apply the copper orange all over lid. Apply the shimmer gold in center of the eye on top of the orange.
  3. Smoke out the outer and inner brow bone corner of the eye with a brown: Brown Script from MAC in inner corner | Embark from MAC blended on outer crease and lid.
  4. Black liquid liner is to be used on the upper lash line. Draw it thicker in the middle of the eye to make the eyes appear “larger” and wing it out at the end.
  5. Apply black liner to the inner waterline and blend it out with the Embark shadow and then the shimmer gold from NARS over that.
  6. Lashes: Esqido in “Lashmopolitan” – love these! These flare out a lot at the end and are very long, use whatever lashes you desire!

image-11image-12WA-LAH! Glam copper orange smokey eyes for Fall! Hope you all enjoyed this breakdown tutorial of this eyeshadow look! Hashtag #Jadeywadey180 to share your recreations! XOX

Plum Perfection: Fall Eyeshadow

Happy weekend lovely girls!
Finally! It has been all go and no stop for me this past month for work. I absolutely love it though and I am so grateful for all my lovely and sweet clients. Today I am posting a quick makeup tutorial on how to add color to your makeup. I talked the other day about adding deep colors to the lips for Fall, so today I am playing up some eyes with soft plum and brown hues. These colors look great on all eye colors, but I prefer them on girls with brown or green eyes for they really compliment those colors. I really have been inspired lately to add more color to my looks because the neural tones can get a bit overrated, so expect more color coming your way! Learn this sexy look I did on this beautiful bridesmaid below!
These plum eyes are easier than they may look! When doing a colored smokey eye 
Apply a primer to the entire lid and up to brow bone to hold the shadow on the entire day. Use either a clear primer or a nude one to add a bit of natural color to the eye.
  • With a soft shadow brush, apply {#2} MAC Cork to the entire lid. This will be your transition color and will be used to blend the purple into. 
  • Apply a plum shadow with a small blending brush to the eyelid, lightly blend into crease and into the Cork shadow. Leave Cork lightly peaking through on the brow bone, apply more if needed. This look is supposed to gradually go from plum, to soft brown, to skin-tone/highlighter. The plum shadow in this look is: Sephora “Dying for shoes”
  • Apply a black gel eyeliner {NYX} to the top eyelid and wing it out as far as your heart desires. I have so many different angled eyeliner brushes, but one of my favorites is from: Japonesque. With your same angled brush, apply a line on the bottom lash line, before it dries blend it with your index finger or a small blending brush to soften any lines. In the bottom waterline, apply a white eyeliner to really open up the eyes. I used NYX ‘Pure White’ eyeliner.

 ** A lot of you ask how to make eyeliner stay longer…
When applying a black eyeliner I like to put Benefit High Brow on the inner line to prime the waterline. After it is applied I can either apply a black eyeliner or my white eyeliner over it.
 Doing this will really help dry the waterline, which will cause your liner to last so much longer! 
Try it!!!
  • Wether you are doing this makeup for an event or just for everyday, you can wear eyelashes or not! I always think lashes add a beautiful lift to the eyes and look so beautiful in pictures. If you are not comfortable with wearing lashes or are wearing this for a more everyday look, coat your lashes with mascara!! Lashes used in this look: House Of Lashes: hollywood glam
  • For this look I used mostly cream foundations from Graftobian to contour and highlight her face. If you are wanting to achieve this look for yourself, purchase the cream foundations here: HD Creme.  Learn your shade by clicking HERE. Be sure to pick a shade your exact skin tone and then one two shades darker to use for a contour creme. {I will do a post soon on creme contouring}. If you are wanting to achieve the same glowing for your clients, purchase this palette: HD Super Palette {warm} . It has many amazing shades to fit all skin tones from the lightest shade to the darkest. I suggest it for girls who do makeup for a living because you will benefit from all the colors for your clients. I like to apply it to the skin with a beauty blender. 
  • Set the powder with a translucent or setting powder to ensure your makeup will last all day and night. I like to use the Banana powder from Ben Nye. It is a famous powder amongst makeup artists for its silky smooth finish to the skin. This powder is suitable for girls light to tan. For darker skin tones, purchase the camel powder. 
  • I have had the “Pink” Stila custom color blush for a while and pull it out every now and then because it is such a pretty color to look at. The bright pink hue can be a bit intimidating to most, but the great thing about it is that its adjustable to how much you want! If you want the littlest amount, light dab your blush brush into the powder, tap a little off and apply to apples of cheeks. 
  • Apply a highlighter to the cheekbones, center of nose, tear ducts, under brow bone and upper lip. I am using MAC “Whisper of gilt” for this shimmering fall look. 
  • For the lips I used a soft pink lipstick from Benefit called Jing a ling
Did you like this look? What other colors would you like to learn? 
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