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Getting the ‘Burnt Orange Makeup Look’ Celebrity Trend this Fall23-OCT-2018

Get all those pumpkin-themed palettes ready because this year’s fall trend is all about gorgeous burnt orange hues. Let’s be specific here – it’s not just the usual neutral browns we know. The ‘Burnt Makeup Look’ leans on stronger orange undertones similar to that autumn leaf that we know. If you are keen on how to get this trending makeup look to work, then take it from Asia’s biggest stars themselves! Check out these celebrity-inspired ‘Burnt Orange Makeup Looks’ and know how to achieve it for yourself.

Burnt Orange makeup look

Dilraba Dilmurat

Burnt Orange Makeup - Dilraba Dilmurat

Dilraba (also popularly known as Dilireba) rocks beautiful burnt orange hues in the simplest manner. She didn’t use a lot of colors for her eyes but instead, went for peach beige all over her lids partnered with the perfect cat eye flick. For this look, you can try Tony Moly’s Fire Mood Eye Palette.

burnt orange makeup - Tonymoly

Guan Xiaotong

Burnt Orange Makeup - Guan Xiaotong

Looking for a softer and more romantic version of Dilireba’s burnt makeup look? Take this simple yet alluring look from Guan Xiaotong. Work on soft wooden hues blended with subtle peach tones which you can find in a neutral palette like Nature Republic’s Pro Touch Killer Master Shadow Palette. You may also run the colors from your lids to the high points of your cheeks for a warmer vibe.

Burnt Orange Eyeshadow - Nature Republic


Burnt Orange Makeup - HyunA

If you fancy a more dramatic and sexy makeup look, you’ll love HyunA’s mix of deeper burnt orange colors. For this look, HyunA worked with two shades that blended seamlessly together from her lids through her lower lash line. You can get deeper orange colors from a palette like Urban Decay’s Naked Heat Palette. Don’t forget to finish off with a brick-toned matte lipstick for a sexier aura!

Burnt Orange Eyeshadow - Urban Decay

Pony (Park Hyemin)

Burnt Orange Makeup - Pony Park Hyemin

For Pony’s look, she went on a much vibrant option with her orange eyeshadow and red-orange lipstick. To achieve the same look, you may want to dig into bright orange colors and a glide of shimmer. An eye palette like Etude House’s Leopard Runway would give you a mix of the mattes and shimmers you need for this look. 

Burnt Orange Eyeshadow - Etude House

Another point in this makeup look would be Pony’s eyebrows. Define and shape them by using a darker eyebrow powder color like 3CE's Mood Recipe Triple Shadow in the shade #Dainty Tasty for more emphasis.

 Burnt Orange Eyeshadow - 3CE

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