Fall's sexiest makeup to wear now

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Sexiest makeup for fall

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Typical fall colors, like burnt orange and maple red, are nice if you're packing up to go leaf peeping in Vermont. Otherwise, yawn. These makeup shades are made for the cooler, sexier, and more adventurous side of the fall season. | By: Sophia Panych

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