Soft "S" Waves

Hey Guys! 

As promised, todays second post! I have been getting quite a few requests on how I do my waves or how to do old hollywood inspired "S" waves. I have a pretty easy technique to follow, check it out and follow along...

1. First, part your hair down the back of your head so half of your hair is on each side of your shoulders. Then take a 1 inch section, spray with hair spray and wrap around the wand wrapping away from your face. So over and around the wand. Continue to do that on each side Ex. the right side all the curls will be wrapped around and back to the right, left side around and back to the left. 

2. You curls will be hard, tight and not cute. Let them cool down like this. Do your makeup, pick out your outfit, paint your nails - whatever. Just let the curls cool completely before moving on. The reason for this is you want to create a curl memory with the hair spray and hot tool you just used. Letting the curls sit in such a tight hard state will make sure you don't loose your curls during the next step. 

3. Take a bore/bristle brush and slowly and deeply brush out the curls. You don't want to brush fast and lightly because that will just make the curls frizz up. You want to press the brush firmly into the curls as you slowly brush through them. 

4. Then, to accentuate the S wave. Pinch your hair where the wave is already there, as I've done in the above picture. 

5. Clamp your straightener down so that there looks to be a round bulb of hair peaking through. I gently tighten and let go of the straightener as not to make a line in the hair but to get a hot press. 

Finish with running a bit of dry oil to smooth any frizz and set with hair spray! I find these curls look better on day 2! Hope that helped you guys out :) 

Cut Crease Smokey Eye

Hey Guys! 

Happy New Year! So glad to be back doing what I love :) I've been busy today and there are TWO posts coming your way. This one and another on how to achieve soft big waves/old hollywood style waves. I've been getting some requests on doing different kinds of cut crease looks so here is one for the books! I also did another one you can check out here!

I used the Naked Basics Palette (all matte) for this entire eye look. I highly recommend this palette - I'm obsessed. Here is a closer look at the palette... 

1. Start with a primed clean lid. Then apply W.O.S all over the lid. Use a flat dense brush so you can really pack it on and get a very opaque finish. Then, pick up Crave on a small brush and draw out your crease. I always suggest going just above your crease as when you blend it will come down just a touch. 

2. Take a blending brush and pick up more Crave. Apply it directly on top of the line you just drew and blend up (not to much!) in small buffing motions. 

3. Next, pick up Faint on a different clean blending brush and apply right where Crave finishes - blending up. 

4. Apply Venus as your brow highlight and apply your liquid liner. 

5. Line your waterline with a waterproof liner then drag Crave along the lower lash line until it is very black and pigmented. 

6. Grab a smudge brush and pick up Faint, soften the edges of Crave with this soft brown hue.

7. Apply false lashes.

8. Apply multiple coats of mascara to the lower lashes.  

There you have it! A super sultry smokey eye with a cut crease. A cut crease technique is great for people with hooded lids. If you can master this technique with softer more natural colours it's great and helps any eye appear much larger! 

Here is a closer look at the finished product... 


Christmas Special!

Hey Guys! 

To welcome the holiday season and give you guys an excuse to look fabulous for all your events - I am offering my services at a discounted rate! Check out more details here... 

To inquire about this special or to book an appoitnment feel free to contact me directly!

Here are some of my before and after makeovers. To check out more click here!

Hope you all have a wonderful holiday season filled with family and friends, celebration and giving! oXo 

Luscious Lips

Hey Guys! 

So yesterday I posted a look on my friend MARS on facebook and instagram. A few people were asking about the lips in the look so I decided to recreate it for you! If you didn't see the first look on MARS here it is... 

Here is how to recreate the lips and make them appear larger and fuller! 

1. Line the lips with a neutral lip pencil. Something that is a shade darker than your lips.

2. Apply Cosmo by MAC on the outer corners of the lips (upper and lower).

3. Apply Hue by MAC into the center of the lips (upper and lower).

4. Apply Spring Break lip gloss by NARS just in the very center of the lips then press together.

Here is a look at the products used to see if you have something different by similar in your makeup bag... 

A closer peak at the look... 

Hope you guys enjoyed and as always, feel free to contact me to ask any questions or to book me for your next event! 


Glowing Skin & Matte Lips

Hey Guys! 

I was recently inspired by a look I came across on Pinterest of the beautiful Candice Swanepoel...

Here is a tutorial on creating a similar look from start to finish! 

To start, we want to create a very natural yet glowing and gold complexion. Mix tinted moisturizer with a gold liquid luminator. I used Laura Mercier Tinted Moisturizer and Sun Beam by Benefit. 

Buff into the skin using a kabuki brush and apply an under eye brightener... 

Apply more of the Sun Beam along the tops of the cheeks, down the center of the nose and chin. Set what you've done so far with a bronzer, I used Too Faced Chocolate Soleil...

Next up, apply your favourite blush or something that gives more of a natural flush. I used Dior Rosy Glow blush... 

Just to add to the glow we've created so far, top it off with MAC Soft and Gentle highlighting powder - sweeping over the high points of the face... 

Last step before eyes, eyebrows! I used Anastasia Brow Powder in Brunette... 

Now for the eyes! Keeping Candice's look in mind, we want the eyes to be pretty minimal and bronzy... 

1. Start with a cleaned primed eye lid. 

2. Apply a light gold shadow all over the lid. 

3. Apply a bronzy brown into the crease. 

4. Apply a gold brow highlight. 

5. Apply that same gold highlight into the tear duct. 

6. Apply a very thin liquid line. 

7. Apply mascara and false lashes. 

8. Apply a soft brown along the lower lash line in just the outer corner. 

Lastly, apply a matte red lipstick

There you have it - my take on this beautiful dewy, bronzed look! Here is a closer look at the finished product... 

Hope you guys enjoyed this post! As always feel free to leave a comment or contact me regarding any questions or booking me for your next event! 

QC Academy Blog Post!

Hey Guys! 

As some of you know I guest blog for QC Makeup Academy and I just wanted to share a recent look I did for them! To see the step by step tutorial on creating this look yourself click here!

Stay tuned for a this look as well! It will be posted on their blog next week. Also be sure to check out a contest QC Academy is running called All That Glitters

To check out some other looks featured on the QC Blog click here!

Dressing for a curvier figure

Hey Guys! 

Ask and you shall receive! I have been getting TONS of requests on where to shop for curve friendly or plus size fashion, how to dress to flatter curvier features and how much skin is appropriate to flaunt! I will be touching on all of these topics :) 

Here are a couple emails that got me thinking this is something I need to put more of a focus on... 

I'm a really big fan of your blog/Instagram/Facebook page and just wanted to say thanks so much for all the work you're doing! As a bigger girl myself I do find days where it's really hard to love what's looking back in the mirror, but your updates help make it a little easier. I was just wondering if you have any suggestions for stores that you buy all your clothes! I love your style and it's so flattering to your shape, and I was hoping you'd help make the shopping experience a little better too!

I have been following your posts after seeing it on Tumblr. I have to say that you are an inspiration for curvy woman! As one who often battles with self love and acceptance, it has brought me comfort coming across your posts and seeing how you embrace yours. Now I am slowly but surely feeling comfortable in my own skin and 'eff'ing those beauty standards! Thank you for that. Truly.

I love your work, you truly are someone who inspires me, any good books you've read on self confidence and stuff like that, because you girl are on fire :) Just wanted to tell you that! I had a bad day today with someone in a clothing store saying something to me and just wondering if you had advice or things you would recommend ? 

I have a very random question for you...I know you do more make up but was wondering if you could give any suggestion on where I could get any plus size dresses for my cousins wedding. The new stores (that I shop at) I find tailor to the thinner sizes so I'm having a hell of a time. You always look great when you post your pictures so I was hoping you'd have a suggestion for me :) 

First off I want to thank my amazing clients and followers who have taken the time to send me these kind words! YOU are all helping me with the daily battle of pushing out negative influences from the media and so forth and accepting who I am right now!

I will have to say I am kind of lucky as I can shop at both regular stores and some plus size stores as my size hovers in both options. You may not be plus size yourself but I find that if you do have a curvier shape, larger breasts, a bigger butt, or large calves or quads - sometimes it's hard to find things that fit even if you wear a size 6/8 or smaller! Sometimes it's good to check out plus size stores as trying to make something fit that just doesn't, can be very unflattering. Just get over what the tag says and buy clothes that fit well! 

  • I LOVE Asos Curve line. The pieces are so fashionable and trendy and really affordable!
  • Additionelle has super cute well made clothing that fits a curvy figure so nicely. Depending on your size you may or may not be able to shop there. I usually take their smallest size so if you are smaller then me it might be too big for you there! Their smallest size is a 14 :) Even if your not plus size but have a broader frame and have a hard time finding jackets that fit your shoulders or arms they have an amazing selection! I also find it's great to find oversized sweaters - since it's easier to find larger sizes then yours, you can grab something that is a few sizes bigger for a baggier fit. 
  • If you want some inspiration follow theashleygraham and nadiaaboulhosn -- two of my favourite plus size models that have amazing fashion sense and are great for curvy girl fashion inspiration! 
  • I also find that H&M and Joe Fresh tend to fit my figure nicely as well! 
  • Forever 21 also has a plus size line, unfortunately  they don't carry it here at the London location (although I can still manage to find some great pieces in there that fit me), you can order it online or go on the hunt for locations hear by that carry it! 
  • Another couple great places to check out is Winners, Marshalls and Reitmans! Not only do they carry a very wide range of styles and sizes but they also all have a plus size section! 

Don't be afraid to get things tailored! I have started getting clothes tailored more often in the last 5 years and it's amazing! My pants are notoriously too big around my waist as I have quite a big bottom half, so buying pants that fit my butt perfectly and then getting the waist tailored in to fit is so great. I have done the same with blazers, I have larger arms and breasts but I only wear a 34 around in my bra so I always need it taken in. 

Strategically Placing Blacks vs Colours/Patterns

I love to find pieces with panelling and colour blocking. Check out this blazer I got last summer from Target... 
Features this jacket has that you should look for when shopping for a piece: 
- Black colour blocking along the sides and underarms. This helps your torso and arms appear slimmer
- The bottom of the jacket comes to a point down the middle - this helps the eyes draw in and down creating a longer slimmer line
- The jacket cinches just below the bust - this works great for me as the smallest area on my body is right under my bra and down from there about 5 inches. 
I wore all black underneath the jacket and on my bottoms as it helped add more focus to the colour blocking on the jacket - ties it all together nicely! I also wore a plunging neckline to aline with the darting tails at front of the jacket, again drawing the eyes in and down. Picking and choosing where you show off skin is important. Since curvier girls have more skin to show, when something is just a little revealing it can seem more revealing then you intended. For me, if I'm wearing a plunging neckline showin' off the girls - I tend to keep everything else pretty conservative. Or if you're wearing a shorter dress and showing off legs, choose a higher neckline. Just my opinion in keeping it classy looking! Plus, gotta leave something to the imagination - keep em guessing ;) 
I hope you guys enjoyed this post! I think that all shapes and sizes can benefit from this as there are some good pointers to keep in mind in dressing for the female body shape in general! Have a fabulous day :) 



Leather Panelling DIY

Hey Guys! 

Thought I'd get crafty again with a little DIY project involving leather and plaid - two of my favourite fabrics right now!

What you will need... 

- an old plaid shirt (I got mine at Talize for $4.99) 

- a piece of leather fabric (size depends on what size your want your leather pannel to be - I got 1 meter by 1 foot ish from Fabricland for about $16 with lots left over for another project) 

- fabric glue that will work on thicker fabrics like leather. I used Quick Grip Permanent Adhesive Waterproof (got this a Fabricland for about $10) 

- scissors 

To get started... Fold the back of the shirt in half, with the fold running down the middle of the back.

Next up... Cut both sides folded together and create a triangle cut out on the back of the shirt. 

Leaving the back of the shirt looking like this...

Then take the piece that you cut out from the shirt and lay it flat over the leather fabric. 

Next up, cut out the shape leaving about 3/4 of an inch around the outside...

Now, lay the shirt on the back side with the inside of the shirt face up. Lay the leather piece on overlapping the triangle cut out. Apply the Quick Grip glue along the edge in a very thin line, pressing gently as you go. 

Here is the finished product! 

What I loved about this project is I have lots of fabric and glue left over to add leather to anything else in my wardrobe! Also, it took me about 10 minutes to do :) 

Hope this inspires you to take something from your current closet or hunt for a piece from a thrift store and create a one of a kind fashion statement! Have a fabulous Sunday everyone :) 


Angelic Makeover

Hey Guys! 

This past weekend my family and I went to Guelph to celebrate our good friends 25th anniversary and vow renewal! I had the pleasure of glamming up my mom and my sister with hair and makeup, here are their looks: 

I received tons of positive feedback from my sisters hair/makeup so I thought I would share a bit on what we did. Victoria, had a very specific look in mind. She had found a tutorial for a short hair up do online and wanted me to recreate it. I looked it up and there are tons of tutorials on this style so I'm just going to share with you what we used and how we did it. If you wish to look up a video tutorial or something more in-depth the look is called "Halo Up Do." This is the finished look... 

What you need: 

- Lots of bobby pins

- Hair spray 

- Stretch head band that is the same colour as your hair

How to create the look: 

- Place the headband on your head (stretching over your hair like a halo, as if you were wearing the band "hippie style") and secure it in place with four bobby pins. One on each corner of the head (above the right and left temple and below/behind each ear).

- Start at the back and take one inch sections, rolling the hair towards the top of the head and tucking under the secured head band. After each tuck, spray thoroughly with hair spray. 

- Continue until all the hair is tucked in and sprayed. This may not look perfect just yet and if you have small hairs that didn't want to tuck now is the time to go back and pin them in with bobby pins. 

- Loosen areas that are too tight for the softer look.


For Victoria's makeup I went with something that would compliment an up do. Focusing on the upper eye lid and keeping the lower lid clean and bright. I would say her whole look had a very angelic feel. I kept things soft with a rose pink on the lips and a gold highlighter on the cheek bones. 

Hope you guys liked this post and as always feel free to contact me with any questions or to book me for your next event! 

Yesterday's Look

Hey Guys!

Just sharing a really quick post. I posted this picture on Instagram yesterday listing all the products used. It was quite popular so I decided to make an entry for you to refer to! Check it out... 

Complexion: Naked Foundation by Urban Decay mixed with Illuminating Tinted Moisturizer by Laura Mercier - Kat Von D concealer - set with Mineralize Skin Finish 

Bronze/blush/highlight: Too Faced Chocolate Soleil Bronzer - Nars Seduction Blush - Soft and Gentle Mineralize skin finish by MAC

Eyes: Yogurt, cranberry, Folie, naked lunch by MAC - red cherry lashes #43 and Line Stiletto by Maybelline 

Lips: Smashbox medium lip liner and Chatter box by MAC 

Brows: Anastasia brow powder in Brunette

My Hair Ladies!

Hey Guys! 

Just wanted to share some info with you on who are my go to ladies in London for my hair needs! I just recent changed my blonde/ombre to a cooler look for winter. Before I had very warm strawberry blonde hues... 

Yesterday I went to see my go to hair stylist Brittany Laine who works out of Scissor Hands here in London. She gave me some layers and blended my hair extensions into my natural hair as well as toned my blonde... 

Before going to get a colour and cut I visited Ray Leah owner and founder of Dream Hair for amazing luscious long hair extensions! I absolutely love her work and love my long hair! I wanted to show you the two different lengths she offers. In the first picture I am wearing the 24 inch hair and in the second 18 inch hair. Love them both but went for 18 inch this time around as it is a little more manageable for me! 

These ladies are super talented and definitely worth going to see for your next hair appointment! 

New Blog Look & Step by Step Eye!

Hey Guys! 

I am so excited to release my new blog colour scheme! I wanted to lighten things up a bit and give you guys a new pretty place to come and look at my portfolio, tutorials, product reviews, step by step looks and more :) I hope you like it! 

I would like to thank my good friend Edmond Huszar/Overwerk for always creating amazing new looks for my blog. If you have been following me for a while you have probably seen a few different looks and he as created ALL of them! He is so talented, and an amazing artist and musician - check out his work through the links above!  

With that being said I also wanted to post a new step by step tutorial with the release of the new blog look. This is the eye look that I am wearing in my new pictures found under the Brittany section as well as all my new display pictures for Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook and Twitter

Here is the look... 

Here is the steps on how to create this eye look yourself! 


1. Start with a clean freshly primed eye lid. 

2. Apply a pink-gold shadow into the inner corner of the eye blending down around the tear duct. I used a Make Up For Ever Star Powder. 

3. Then apply African Violet by Laura Mercier (gold-purple hue) all over the lid avoiding the pink-gold and just softly blending into it. 

4. Apply a brow highlight of your choice, I used something with a pink iridescence which happens to be discontinued :( 

5. Apply Blackberry and Sketch by MAC into the outer corner. 

6. Deepen the very center of the crease with a matte black shadow, I used Carbon by MAC. Use a smaller brush to make sure you are just applying product to the very center of the crease. 

7. Apply liquid liner and false lashes! 

8. Apply Eye Bright by Benefit along the lower water line and smudge into the lashes. 

There you have it! Super easy and very pretty :) 

Hope you guys enjoyed that post as well as the new blog look! I would love to hear your feed back in the comments below or as always, feel free to contact me to book me for your next event or to simply ask a question! 

$50 MAC Gift Card Giveaway!

Hey Guys! 

I'm so excited to announce my latest giveaway for a $50 MAC gift card! This giveaway is exclusive to Instagram so in order to qualify you must complete the following...

1. Follow me on Instagram and like the giveaway picture! :)
2. Repost or regram this photo using the regram app or screenshot!
3. In your repost, hashtag #mubbgiveaway (stands for Makeup by Brittany giveaway) as well as mention me @makeupbybrit!
*If you have a private Instagram account comment on this picture "Private account, I have reposted and followed!"
*You can only enter this giveaway once.
*This contest will run from Nov 4th to Dec 4th.
*I will be using to randomly select the winner of this giveaway.
*This is an international giveaway!

I absolutely love MAC and use TONS of their products. I will also be sharing with the winner my top 5 current picks from MAC. The products I can't live without and what I use them for! To give you some ideas on what to put your give card towards! 

Bronzy Eye Look Step by Step

Hey Guys! 

Recently I've been playing around with older products that I have laying around that I haven't used in a while. I came across this limited Urban Decay palette and decided to create an eye look for you guys with it! They are common colours that I know you can find (or something close!) in your makeup bag. Here is the palette... 

Here is the eye look with step by step instructions... 

1. Apply a light silvery/gold onto the center of the eye lid.

2. Apply a dark brown/bronze into the outer crease.

3. Apply a medium brown/bronze into the inner corner/crease and blend across the crease.

4. Apply a matte cream coloured brow highlight (I chose a matte finish because it can be too much when the whole eye is a satin/frost finish from top to bottom).

5. Apply your liquid liner across the lid in the thickness of your choosing.

6. Add an angled tail extending out from the lower lash line.

7. Connect the tip of the liner to the top of the line on the lid and then fill in the gap.

8. Apply mascara and false lashes!

There you have it, a pretty simple yet pretty bronzy eye look. Great for everyday or a night out - so versatile! 

Here is a closer look... 

Hope you guys enjoyed this step by step tutorial! For more like this head to my search engine and type in "step by step." Have a fabulous day!! oXo 

Makeup Haul

Hey Guys! 

Just did a mini makeup haul the other day and I thought I would share. Here are some of my staple items in my kit that I can't live without! 

1. Blanc Type by MAC (pan form - cream matte) 
2. L'Oreal True Match LUMI (light ivory w1-2 I love this shade for fair skins!) 
3. Maybeline Line Stiletto (blackest black) 
4. Mineralize Skin Finish by MAC (light - I use for highlighting/brightening T-zone) 
5. Studio Fix Fluid by MAC (C4.5) 
6. Urban Decay Naked Basics Palette (love the neutral matte hues!) 
7. Folie by MAC (pan form - red/brown matte)

My Hat Find & 3 Fall Musts

Hey Guys! 

So as you know (if you've been reading), my hubby and I spent this past weekend in Niagara celebrating our 1st wedding anniversary! To read that post click here! While we were there I came across this adorable hat shop called Baue Chapeau (even an adorable name!). Unfortunately their online selection is not even close to the amazingness that is in-store. The hat style that I purchased is called "Cloche" and was a popular style in the 1920's/30's. 

Check out the hat... (it's more of a deep maroon/purple as shown in the second picture) 

 I am a SUCKER for packaging and pretty boxes. This hat box took the cake. Look how pretty???

I am totally loving this wine/maroon/deep purple (whatever you want to call it) colour right now. It's so nice for fall and carries nicely into winter. This hat was $59.00, which I thought was a pretty amazing price for a beautifully crafted, timeless piece. 

 Next up, some fall staples I can't live without... 

1. Flannels! They are comfy, fashionable and warm. I actually bought one for $3.99 at Value Village and then studded it up to add some flare. Check it out here!

2. Puffy vests are back. I loved them in the early 2000's and I love them again now. So convenient and multifunctional. They've got some really cute styles and finishes out there! This is one of my faves, check it out here.

3. Leather leggings. They are a go to for the last few seasons now. I'd say they are a pretty timeless number so it might be a good idea to invest in a quality pair. They can be dressed up and dressed down, super easy to wear and very on trend. 

Hope you guys enjoyed this post! Stay tuned, next up I will be doing a step by step eye look ;) 


Weekend Away in Niagara

Hi Guys! 

This past weekend my husband, Kennedy and I went away to celebrate our one year wedding anniversary in Niagara! This time last year we were preparing to head off on our honeymoon. I did a blog post exactly one year ago all about our wedding and the different vendors etc. to read up on that post click here! 

This weekend was amazing, we stayed right along the Falls (for two nights) but spent one day in Niagara on The Lake. We stayed at the Tower Hotel, located downtown Niagara Falls. Our room was beautiful, there wasn't many amenities to speak of but we got over that quickly. Saturday we spent the day gazing at the falls and taking lovely walks along the grounds, the landscaping and gardening was beautiful! 

Later in the afternoon we went to the Butterfly Conservatory. We had both been there before for our grade 5 class trip but not again since! It was much more interesting as an adult with patience lol. We really enjoyed walking around the warm tropical oasis looking at all the beautiful butterflies and plants. Check out a video I took while I was there here! We spent the second portion of the afternoon walking up Clifton Hill enjoying some treats and looking at all the crazy tourist attractions. That night, we saw an awesome live performance and had a few too many drinks ;)

Sunday, we checked out of our hotel and headed to Niagara on the Lake for brunch at the Charles Inn. Needless to say, it was one of the best meals we have ever had. The old victorian home was a beautiful and romantic setting. I highly recommend it! 

After brunch we headed downtown Niagara on the Lake and did some shopping! Whenever we go away we have a tradition of buying ourselves something timeless that we will use forever (it has to be the same thing, not the same style but same "thing"). This time it was hats! There was a beautiful shop called Beau Chapeau along the main road (Queen Street), we each picked up a beautiful hat (I will be doing a more thorough post on my hat and incorporating some fall fashion/beauty must haves - so stay tuned for that). Kennedy is sporting his below... There were so many adorable and unique shops! Just Christmas - was my heaven on earth! 

Later that afternoon we headed back to London to meet my parents for Dinner at Sunningdale - where we had our wedding one year ago yesterday! It was a perfect end to a perfect weekend! 



Fall Beauty Must Haves - Ottawa Faces Mag

Hey Guys! 

I recently shared my fall beauty must haves with Faces Magazine Ottawa! To check out the entire issue and read it online click here! Here is the spread as it looks in the mag:

Check me out under "contributors"... 

My good friend Kelcey Brady is the Creative/Art Director at the magazine, she also designed our wedding invites! She is a super talented graphic designer - contact her for any and all inquiries! 

Gold&Cran Fall Eye Look Step by Step

Hey Guys! 

Here is another step by step for you! This is one of my fav looks :) If your interested in looking through other step by step looks I've created head to the search engine and type in step by step. Golden, pink and cranberry hues on the eyes - complementing a cranberry/sangria blush, golden highlight and soft pink lips! Here is the look: 

Here are the steps to recreate this look yourself! 

1. As always, start with a clean primed eye lid! 

2. Apply a gold/pink pigment all over the lid. I used one from Makeup For Ever, Pink Gold 916. 

3. Apply a cranberry eyeshadow in the outer crease. I used "cranberry" by MAC. 

4. Apply the cranberry shade in the inner corner and inner crease blending into the upper crease to meet the colour in the outer corner. 

5. Apply a brow highlight, I used just a matte cream colour as the other two lid colours I used were a shimmer finish I don't want my whole eye to look shimmery. 

6. Apply the same gold/pink pigment along the lower lash line just in the centre, mirroring the upper lid. 

7. Apply the cranberry shade along the lower lash line just in the inner and outer corners, mirroring the upper lid. 

8. Apply lashes and liquid liner and you're set! 

Try this pretty fall eye look out this week and let me know how it goes!