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When I was in middle school, a friend bought me, for my birthday, an Urban Decay eyeshadow, color: Toasted. That has been my go color for years. I’m talking since the day I got it to about three weeks ago. Seriously. Honestly, I love the color. It’s goldish (my fave) while still being kind of neutral. It goes with practically every outfit I’ve worn. But recently, I’ve been trying to mix up my look, use new colors, spice it up as some say. Honestly, I’ve had fun wearing bright gold, bold pink, and shimmering silver. I’m looking back at my favorite, most recent looks. (And read all the way through for a little surprise)!


I love this bright almost yellow-gold eyeshadow color. It matches my blouse, of course, but I also think it highlights my eyes. This look was fun for me all around because I felt so futuristic and fun with the space buns in my hair and the bright shimmery shadow. I’ll always do a winged eye and fill in my eyebrows. But playing with color this day and doing something so bright was a little out of my usual zone. Honestly, I kind of love the bright as the sun tone for this look. This color is Urban Decay’s Half Baked.


This whole look is for me is fun with fall right around the corner. The copper color blends so well with all the fall colors. This one is a little closer to my typical look. This color is so great as an autumn nude base. All the browns, reds, oranges, and yellows will look great with this color. For this, I pulled my hair back in a ponytail (I usually never do) to show off the color and the bold wing I did on this look. Perfect for all the fun to get into this fall. This color is Anastasia Beverly Hills’s Suede.


This look is way out of the ordinary for me. Blues and silvers are something I almost never wear, blues especially. But this blouse brought it out of me.  I love the shimmer in this eyeshadow and the way it creates an easy but not too dark smokey eye. I don’t wear too dark of shadow (it can make your eyes look smaller) but a darker blue and silver are great alternatives to dark grays and blacks. Plus, when you want to mix up from the golds, reds, and browns, a dark blue is great for fall. Perfect to pair with all things silver, blue, and white. But also fun colors like purples and dark greens. The color is Peach Passion from Too Faced White Peach Palette.


Silver is out of this world and Planets and stars are just a fun way to play with patterns. Take a chance of being out of this world with chrome-colored eyeshadow. It’s perfectly neutral if you don’t want an over the top silver. Inspired by the silver studs on the skirt, I wanted to match them. But I like this color because it has a bit of taupe undertone so it doesn’t feel too washed out being so bright. This is also a great neutral and a great color to build on. The color is Tarte’s Tarteist Metallic Shadows in Grind.


I think this might be my favorite makeup look. The pink is fun, especially toward the end of summer. Pink is a color I’d never wear on my eyes before but I loved the color of this dress and the headband enough to try it with eyeshadow. It’s bright and youthful, perfect for a dress that’s just as fun like this pineapple print. Move this color into fall by pairing it with warm golds while cuddling up in soft, chunky knits. The color is Buzz from the Urban Decay’s Naked Palette.

P.S. You can shop all the looks in this post on my Like To Know It profile or individual pieces on the New Arrivals page. And now for the surprise!

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