Saturday, February 4, 2012

Urban Decay Naked2 Palette Tutorial

This is an more intense version of an everyday look. I promised you all tutorials, and here's my first one! I apologize for my unkempt brows and semi-icky skin in these pictures - I hadn't applied any face stuff yet, I always do my eye makeup first so if there's any fallout (which there was from these shadows, for some reason my UD Naked2 shadows have a noticeable amount of fallout - that's pretty much my only issue with this palette. =/ Anyway, here's my tutorial, I hope you enjoy!

1. Prime your eyes with an eyeshadow primer (I used UDPP)

2. Place the color Busted (a deep shimmery brown with hints of taupe, dupes could be the bottommost left shade in the Wet N Wild Comfort Zone palette or just any dark brown eyeshadow) allover your lid, but don't place any color above your crease. Use a blending brush to feather out any harsh lines if you want, I prefer to blend all at the end but it's up to you.

3. Place Pistol (a shimmery greyish silver that leans taupe with a hint of brown, a similar color would be Inglot 444, that's the only one I can think of at the moment) in the middle 1/3 of your lid.

4. Place Suspect (a shimmery light champagne brown, NYX Iced Mocha is a dupe) in the inner 1/3 of your lid, but NOT on the inner corner. 

5. Place Snakebite (a dark shimmery brown that leans a bit gold, I actually couldn't find any dupes of this but any deep brown with gold undertones will do) in the outer 1/3 of your lid. Blend all 3 shades together, blending outwards.

6. Place Bootycall (shimmery whiteish beige color, dupes would be MAC Naked Lunch, Wet N Wild's highlight shade in the Walking on Eggshells palette) in the inner corner to brighten up your eyes. 

7. Curl your eyelashes and add mascara (I used Fairydrops Scandal Queen).

8. And you're done (I added blush, foundation, concealer, lipgloss, etc. in this last photo)!

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial, and thanks for reading! Comments/questions are always welcome! :)

1 comment:

  1. Tati! This is beautiful. I didn't realize the extent of how skilled you are.


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