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I will love to win the palette, because Mac colors are said to be very stable and pigmented, besides I don’t have a Mac palette and this color combination looks terrific.

I generally like bright colors, but makeup also follows my mood, which tends to be both lighter and brighter in spring and summer πŸ™‚

I think I do kind of coordinate my make up to the season…but I don’t plan to! It happens unconsciously, I guess. I seem to wear more smokey eyes and dark colors during the winters and during spring/summer, I’ll pull out my blues, greens, purples, pinks and any other color one can imagine πŸ™‚

I would say that my makeup is influenced by the season rather than dictated. For example, I’m much more likely to wear a color like sumptuous olive in the fall than in the spring, but if I’ve got an outfit that calls for a dark antiqued tarnished green in spring, I’ll go for it, no questions about the seasonality asked.

I coordinate my nail polish colors and sometimes my lipstick colors with the season, but I tend to wear bright eyeshadow all year around. I wear eyeglasses so I’m constantly trying to make my eyes pop more.

Not really actually. I just co-ordinate my makeup with what I’m wearing (e.g. if I’m wearing a bright green top I’ll tone down my makeup or wear lesser colors, if I’m wearing a black top I’ll spice up the colors on my makeup etc) but not really according to the season. I don’t follow the fall trends etc.

It depends on where I am going. I have recently experimented with an awesome blue-green/ purple eye with blue-green eyeliner on top and purple eyeliner on bottom and it is a fun look for shopping or going out to dinner with friends. For school, I opt for a neutral brown eye if I am wearing colors, but when I wear black or white, I tend to like to wear color on my eyes. This website has definitely helped me with my makeup skills! I love to experiment with new looks. I used to just put black eyeliner on top and mascara; it looked very dead. I love temptalia.com for new looks to help brighten up my face and my outfits! πŸ™‚

I don’t really choose different palettes for different seasons, but I do change colors based on whether or not I have a tan. For me tan = warmer colors, no tan = cooler colors, and of course my tinted moisturizer changes colors.

It really depends. I think I more find myself buying/coordinating makeup with my hair color more than seasons. Which is why I’m having to buy neutrals for a change.

Hair went from hot pink w/ electric blue streaks to a very ‘normal’ deep auburn so now I’m doing more soft tone colors rather than chrome yellow and contrast and bitter…

I don’t follow the seasons but rather, my mood. It also depends of the style and colors of clothes I’m wearing. I will say that by the time spring and summer come, I wear more pink lipsticks but it does not affect my e/s.

In the cold seasons I would say that I wear redder lips, and then in the warmer ones I tend to do more of a pink lip. My eyes pretty much stay the same: smokey brown, although I tend to make it more of a bronzy smokey eye in the warmer seasons. I like to experiment with color on holidays – this valentine’s day, I wore and pink and purple smokey eye!

I think I probably do because I tend to wear lighter/brighter coloured clothes in the spring/summer and I co-ordinate my e/s to what I’m wearing. But other than that, I don’t follow any trends.

Lip color, yes but when it comes to overall makeup I don’t think it’s necessary to have different shades according to seasons, switch it up now and then. Variation is always a good thing.

well not really tho i usu will not wear orangy lipstick in the fall/winter months OR reds in the spring or summer ( unless atire demands it lol)
eyeshadows are usu purples, browns pinks anytime and anything really bright is for the warm months.. it all depends on how i feel πŸ™‚

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