See how Sephora staffers transition from summer to fall.
A new season calls for a new beauty regimen. Here, members of the Sephora team on how they update their looks when the temperature drops.
Genevieve Leon, Senior Editor
"A blackberry stain is the easiest way to warm up to fall's bluster. It creates a deeply flattering glow when layered under warm-weather glosses and transitions beautifully with an end-of-summer tan—your skin's warmth keeps the tint from looking full-vamp."
Robin Lee, Editorial Manager, Digital
“I shelve the shimmery gold shadows and reach for my soft neutrals. Edward Bess makes a great shadow trio that has light pearl and matte finishes, which are great for helping define the eye without going overboard.”
Holly Siegel, Associate Editorial Director
“For me, it’s all about bronzer. I start slacking on the self-tanner come fall—and I also avoid tights until it’s frigid—so keeping my legs from looking pale becomes a problem. Enter Charlotte Ronson A Summer’s Kiss Face and Body Glow. I use it on my legs—just rub it in and wash your hands after!”
Erin Fant, Marketing Manager, Social Media
“For fall, I switch out my usual flowery scent for L’Artisan Parfumeur Mure et Musc, their most iconic eau de toilette. It makes me feel pulled together and cozy at the same time—just the way fall should feel.”