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6 Beauty Bloggers Share Their Favorite Products To Help You Transition Into Fall

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It's officially fall, y'all! And it's the perfect time to adjust your beauty routine.


Granted, we will probably still be baking from Mr. Sun because the seasons don't always begin when they are supposed to begin. Our skin has gotten accustomed to sun kisses and humidity to some degree but the game is changing.

As summer collapses into fall, take some cues from some of our favorite beauty bloggers and their favorite fall beauty products:

@MonicaStyleMuse

Flesh Beauty Blush in 'Fever'

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Favorite Fall Beauty Product: Flesh Beauty Blush in the color Fever

"It's the perfect blush for people of color! It's perfect for the person who loves minimal makeup or someone who's wants to do the most like me! (laughs)."

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@IlhamKhalif_

LIME CRIME Velvetines Matte Liquid Lipstick in 'Jinx'

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Favorite Fall Beauty Product: LIME CRIME Velvetines Matte Liquid Lipstick

"For fall, I love a vampy staple lip colour for my makeup bag. The one I reach for every fall without fail is the Lime Crime Velvetine lip stain in Jinx. It's a witch berry purple shade, which works amazingly as a statement fall shade. It's beautifully pigmented and stays on well throughout the day. I also love it [because] it compliments almost everything in my fall wardrobe."

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@RonkeRaji

Ponds Dry Skin Cream

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Favorite Fall Beauty Product: Ponds Dry Skin Cream

"It's the best in those tough winter months. It gives my skin a healthy glow and under makeup, it makes an amazing primer."

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@kaladata_

MAC's 'Smoked Purple'

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Favorite Fall Beauty Product: MAC's "Smoked Purple"

"Dark purple is right there next to burnt orange and pale green when it comes to fall colors. There's just something about dark lips. Once you get the right shade for your complexion, it's perfect for day to night makeup."

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@CocoaSwatches

Glow Recipe Blueberry Bounce Gentle Cleanse

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Favorite Fall Beauty Product: Glow Recipe Blueberry Bounce Gentle Cleanse

"This is a new product but lately I've been loving [it]. It doesn't feel like fall yet in California but this product is definitely great for calming and healing the skin from the elements."

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@ParisChanel

YSL Touché Eclat All In One Glow Tinted Moisturizer

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Favorite Fall Beauty Product: YSL Touché Eclat All In One Glow Tinted Moisturizer

"Lately, I've opted out on a beat face and brows and have focused mainly on how to make my melanin pop severely. My go-to daytime refreshing face look is achieved using YSL Touché Eclat All In One Glow tinted moisturizer. I apply it with my hands all over and set it lightly. It also has SPF so it's good on the skin and for the sun."

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