Makeup by Muse | Hagrid’s Pumpkin Patch

Hi friends! This was a makeup look that I was hoping to get up during October. But I didn’t do much of anything during October. So, here we are at the start of November with a pumpkin patch eye tutorial–Hargrid’s Pumpkin Patch, to be specific. It’s still fall… we can still do pumpkin things right? Who doesn’t love pumpkins?

And, I mean, who really doesn’t love Hagrid?

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He’s the first substantial father figure that Harry has in his life. He’s the one who plucks him out of the ordinary world of muggles and makes his life extraordinary. He’s a source of constant support for all three members of the trio. He’s always there when you need a hug or a shoulder to cry on. He always has advice to give, even though some of it may be questionable. He may not be the best cook, but he tries just the same. He’s always ready for a cup of tea–I mean, that’s my kind of guy. He has this childlike wonder about him when it comes to magical creatures. He always wants to believe the best of people, even if that makes him a bit naive sometimes. He’s great at lifting the mood and always seems to know what to say, even if he really shouldn’t be saying it and it gets him in a bit of trouble (remember Philosopher’s Stone?). He doesn’t discriminate, especially against dangerous magical creatures. In fact, Hagrid just wants to love everything, no matter who or what it is. His loyalty to those he cares for and to those who’ve shown him kindness is unyielding. All in all, Hagrid is a continuous source of genuine good, optimism, and humor throughout the series.

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I’ve always loved the fact that Hagrid has the most quaint little home and not much else to his name, and he is 100% happy with that. Because, at the end of the day he’s where he wants to be–at Hogwarts. He had some bad cards dealt his way but he never let it dampen his spirits. Hagrid is always true to who he is. In the spirit of Hagrid, here’s my makeup look inspired by Hagrid’s Pumpkin Patch. This look is filled with lots of earthy oranges and then a pop of green on the lid.

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Anastasia Beverly Hills Subculture Palette [ABHS]
Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance Palette [ABHMR]
Too Faced Peach Palette [TFP]
Ciate liquid liner
Almay MEGA VOLUME One Coat Mascara
Too Cool For School Perfect Day Makeup Fixer Spray

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Below is a list of shades in the order that I used them:
All Over Lid:
TFP White Peach
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Transition:
ABHMR Raw Sienna
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Crease:
ABHS New Wave
ABHMR Burnt Orange
TFP Summer Yum
ABHS New Wave**
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Lid:
TFP Bless Her Heart***
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Lower Lashline:
TFP Summer Yum
ABHMR Raw Sienna + Burnt Orange
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Inner Corner:
TFP Nectar

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*two shades joined by ” + ” mean that the two shades were mixed
**If a shade is listed twice it means that I went back in with the shade to deepen or enhance the color
***Italics indicates that a wet brush was used

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1| I used TFP White Peach all over my lid, then used Raw Sienna from the ABHMR palette as my transition shade.
2| For my crease I started out with ABHS New Wave followed by ABHMR Burnt Orange.
3| To darken the orange of the crease and add more depth I used TFP Summer Yum and then went back over the upper part of my crease with ABH New Wave to bring back that bright pop of orange.
4| For my lid, I sprayed my brush with my Too Cool For School Perfect Day Makeup Fixer Spray and then covered my lid with TFP Bless Her Heart.
5| I used TFP Summer Yum on the outer third of my lower lashline and then smoked it out with a mix of ABHMR Raw Sienna and Burnt Orange
6| I used TFP Nectar as my inner corner and browbone highlight
7| I finished off the look with some winged liner and my Almay MEGA VOLUME One Coat Mascara [review here]

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What do you love most, or hate most–which is blasphemy, but who am I to judge–about Hagrid?

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