URBAN DECAY NAKED PALETTE | £38.50 you can buy it here
I can't remember the last time I mentioned this beauty but believe me I use it all the time. I think this palette is gorrrrgeous for autumn because of the golden, warm toned shadows in the palette. I love using Sidecar and Toasted, it creates a beautiful dark taupe eye.
A much more affordable eyeshadow option - this palette is something I bought two autumns ago now and I'm still using it everyday (I use the shade 'Bark' for my brows). The shadows are incredibly pigmented and blendable for the price tag and have such a gorgeous range of autumnal shadows from dark purples to browns from shimmers to mattes.
Since purchasing so many new contour products, this kit hasn't been getting as much love as it should have had. Despite this neglect, I can't wait to start using it again. The contour shade is not too warm nor grey, and blends beautifully for a natural look.The highlight is matte and perfect for brightening under the eye. You can read a full review here.
SLEEK BLUSH 'ROSE GOLD' | £5 you can buy it here
This blush screams autumn to me, its a gorgeous apricot pink with lots of gold shimmer. The pigmentation is phenomenal for the price, like most Sleek products, and it wears really well throughout the day. Recently I've been trying to wear my blushers more as its always a step I'm wary about due to my naturally red cheeks.
NYX SOFT MATTE LIP CREAM 'CANNES' | £5.50 you can buy it here
I was looking through my lip products and I couldn't find a lippie more suited to autumn than this. I know I've mentioned it quite a bit recently, but it really is perfect. Cannes is a mid-brown colour with a matte finish, but very comfortable and creamy on the lips (as the name suggests.)
MAC LIPSTICK 'VELVET TEDDY' | £15.50 you can buy it here
Everyone knows this lipstick, and I dislike talking about it on the blog because I never know what to say as I've said it all before!! Its a pink brown, wearable, matte, moisturising. 100% worth every penny spent on it. For swatches, see this post.
What are your autumn essentials?