3 Looks You NEED To Conquer For Fall

3 Looks You NEED To Conquer For Fall

Fall looks can be pretty intimidating, but these three looks will get you excited for colder weather and pumpkin spice.
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Everyone loves Fall, —even if you think you don't, we know you do— and with Fall comes pumpkin spice, fuzzy sweaters, and darker lipstick. To get you prepared for the upcoming season, there are some amazing makeup looks you need to get down pat.


1. Easy Everyday Look

This look is one of my many favorites for Fall, mostly because literally anyone can do it, and because it flatters all skin tones. All you need are neutral browns and a rustic lip to complete this look, and you will be the serving looks while sipping your latte this Fall!

Recommended Palette: Anastasia Beverly Hills Subculture Palette

Recommended Lip: Anastasia Beverly Hills Liquid Lipstick in Dazed


2. A Smokey Eye With A Twist

For all of my makeup gurus out there, this one's the challenge! Lately, a ton of makeup artists have taken their turn on different eyeliner effects, and this one is a favorite, hands down. A smokey eye paired with a nude liner and lip is the perfect way to be dramatic without being too dramatic. It takes your creativity and skill to the next level, so rock it while you can this Fall!

Recommended Palette: Morphe 25A Copper Spice Palette

Recommended Lip: Jeffree Star Velour Liquid Lipstick in Mannequin


3. Olive Tones

Don't get me wrong, I'm still a little weary of green eyeshadow myself, but this look is too perfect to not share. Green complements every eye color known to man and gives your look a little extra something. We can all get stuck in the habit and routine of doing our makeup the same every single time we do it, so why not try popping some color on the lid every once in a while? Fall is the perfect time to try this out, so go out and try something new for a change!

Recommended Shadows: Makeup Geek High Tea and Makeup Geek Venom

Cover Image Credit: Andrew Sotomayer // Glamour

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Plan These 13 Dates For Your Girlfriend This Fall And Thank Me Later

Listen up, guys.

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If you are a boy and you are reading this, plan one of these dates and you'll make your girlfriend the happiest person alive. Yeah, you can thank me later.

1. Go to a pumpkin patch.

This may be super basic but who doesn't want a cute little pumpkin around Halloween time. Usually, you will take a hayride to the pumpkin patch which is always a nice time to spend together. It will also be really cute seeing how excited she gets over finding the perfect little pumpkin.

2. Go on a hayride.

If you go to a pumpkin patch you may have the opportunity to go on a hayride and you definitely should! You will get to see all around the farm and the scenery is usually beautiful in the fall with the leaves changing colors!

3. Go apple picking.

This date will always allow for a cute photo shoot opportunity and everyone will be able to see your Insta post later captioned "the apple of my eye." Also, if you love apples what better place to get them then a local farm where you pick them yourself! Make sure you check your local farm to see when your favorite apples will be ready for harvest!

4. Bake something together.

There are so many amazing recipes for fall, apple pie being one of them. Which will be the perfect thing to bake with your S.O. after apple picking (two dates in one)!

5. Go to a local festival.

No matter where you are from there are probably a ton of local festivals around you throughout the fall. Whether it is a food festival, fall fest, music festival or even a lantern festival all of them are usually a perfect date. You can experience new things together and enjoy the fall weather.

6. Go to a football game.

Whether it is high school, college, or a professional football game any football is good football in the fall. Between a fun tailgate and an exciting game, if you are into sports football is the way to go.

7. Walk or hike around a state park.

No matter where you are from there are always state parks around you! Fall is the perfect time to go on an outdoor because it's not too hot to too cold. The scenery is always beautiful with all of the leaves changing colors. If there is a lake you could always go kayaking or paddle boating!

8. Visit your local farm.

A lot of local farms have fresh veggies, apples, baked goods and of course pumpkins! Also, check and see if your local farm has any fall family days. On those days they usually have a lot of fun activities, animals, hayrides, corn mazes, pumpkins and if you're lucky they'll have amazing apple cider donuts!

9. Stay in for a cozy movie day.

With Freeform starting their 31 days of Halloween this leads to the perfect excuse for a night on the couch. Pick out your favorite Halloween movie, make some popcorn and have some warm apple cider while cuddling up on the couch.

10. Visit a haunted house.

If you are down for something a little scarier then a Halloween movie, check out a haunted house near yours. It could even be a haunted hayride or haunted corn maze.

11. Take her out to breakfast.

Girls are always down for a cute breakfast date. Especially when you can roll out of beds in your sweats and keep them on in the cozy fall weather.

12. Spend a night carving pumpkins.

Once Halloween rolls around you should grab a cheap carving supplies kit, roll up your sleeves, and carve a cute pumpkin together. Whether you write your initials or create a jack-o-lantern it will probably be full of fun memories of pulling out pumpkin guts.

13. Go to a Halloween party.

Take some time and hit up Pinterest for a super cute couples costume and eat all the candy you possibly can!

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6 Fall Favorites To Look Forward To

Fall is truly my favorite season, and it always has been. From exciting events to cooler weather, late September to early December is the greatest time of the year.

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September 23rd marks the first day of Autumn, more commonly known as Fall. Lately, I have found myself daydreaming of Fall more and more often.

1. Seasonal Foods

Apple cider. Pumpkin pie. Homemade apple pie with vanilla ice cream. Of course, the Pumpkin Spice Latte makes the list, too.

S'mores are another yummy treat I seem to have more of in the Fall at bonfires or in my backyard. Although you can have these foods year-round, there is something especially splendid about having them when the apples and pumpkins are in season!

2. FOOTBALL

Especially going to an SEC school, football is taken very seriously. The hype that surrounds a Saturday football game is remarkable.

Lets not forget the tailgating that goes along with home gamedays. At my first college football game, I was shocked to see televisions set up and large tables lined with food fit to serve at a wedding!

3. Halloween

Freeee Candy. Need I say more?

I may be 22 years old, but Halloween makes me feel like a kid again. Dressing up as a superhero or movie character is fun at any age! I love to see how creative people get with their costumes.

Pumpkin carving. Haunted houses. These are a few of the perks that come on October 31st.

As if Halloween season isn't great enough, the day after Halloween is even better because all of the yummy, leftover candy is on sale!

4. Fashion

From sweatshirts and sweaters to warm boots and scarves, fall clothing is hard to beat. Although my closet seems to overflow in the Fall, there is something so satisfying about dressing up in a long sleeve shirt, a vest, and pull up some riding boots over skinny jeans.

Wake up late on a school day? No worries. Comfort color sweatshirts and leggings is an acceptable college outfit.

5. Going to the pumpkin patch

Whether you are 4 or 24, going to the pumpkin patch, riding on a hayride, and picking your very own pumpkin is a special event. Some even have petting zoos with goats, horses, and pigs!

If you've never been to a pumpkin patch, stop what you are doing and start planning your first visit NOW!

6. Thanksgiving 

I feel like this almost goes without saying. When I think of Fall, Thanksgiving is one of the first things to come to mind.

As it is for most southern families, Thanksgiving is a big deal in my house. Our traditions begin the day before Thanksgiving when my mom starts to prepare the food. We get up early on Thanksgiving morning to have "pigs-in-a-blanket" for breakfast and begin cooking again. In between sessions in the kitchen, we pile up on the couch to watch the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Then we head over to my aunt's house for lunch, take nap, and wake up in time to watch the Egg Bowl.

Of course, the most important part of Thanksgiving is being surrounded by people who love you and being thankful for all of the blessings God has given us.

With all of these reasons, plus many more, what is not to love about Fall?

Grab your Pumpkin Spice Lattes and get ready for the Fall festivities to begin!

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