Subtle substitutions to make in fall

       
October 4th, 2010 | Contributed by:

Subtle substitutions to make in fallWhile most women have certain products that they swear by, now that the fall is here, ladies may want to consider updating a few items in their cosmetic cases.

Gals who often apply foundation or concealer with their fingers may want to switch up their routine and dab on the formula with a damp makeup sponge. Yahoo! Shine reveals that this method will even out skin tone and hide imperfections without appearing too heavy.

"It's tempting to pile on the bronzer during the winter months when your skin is paler than usual," the news outlet reports. "Instead, warm up your complexion with a pinky-peach blush that has flecks of gold shimmer."

Though black eyeliner is a staple of many girls' beauty bags, the news source suggests lining your eyes with a navy pencil. Not only will the dark blue hue add a touch of color to your look – the undertones will make the whites of your eyes appear brighter.

Finally, a lip crayon is a great hybrid of lipstick and liner, and will ensure a precise application and long-lasting wear. For a bit of extra oomph, layer a clear or shimmery gloss over the color.

       

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