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Hi my beauties!
Yes, the Urban Decay Naked Smoky palette has sneaked back into my life and has taken over, yet again. I can’t help it. The colors are so buttery and rich and a great smoky is so easy. I decided to play with gray and navy. I have really been drawn to navy this past week and I have been using it a lot in my water line. I love switching it up and staying away from black whenever I can. If you have issues with eyeliner or even removing make up at the end of the day, I really suggest using other colors that aren’t black for mascaras and eyeliner. It’s easier and less harsh so little mistakes are not half as noticeable had it been a stark black. I digress.
This look is great for winter and I personally think it’s great for a daytime smoky when you want to be bold. It’s easy and only took a few colors. I just wish the smoky palette had better transitional colors but if it’s not your first time painting your lids, you might already have a favorite crease color like I do.
Now onto the products used!
As always, I already have a detailed foundation and eyebrow routine which I will link down below. The only things I have been rotating are concealers and blushed. Just use your favorites or if curious check out my videos and blog posts on perfecting your canvas!
- Blush: Kiko Blush in 102
- Highlight: TLS Cosmetics Highlight Powder in Glow Gawd
- Base: MAC Soft Ochre Paint Pot
- Crease/Transitional Color: Kiko Eyeshadow in 204
- Wing Liner: Urban Decay 24/7 Liquid Eyeliner in Sabbath
- Waterline: Urban Decay 24/7 Velvet Eyeliner in Minx
- Inner Corner Highlight: Kiko Wet & Dry Use Eyeshadow in 200
Urban Decay Naked Smoky:
- Lid: Password
- Outer Corner and Lower Lid: Dagger
- To blend: Combust
- Lasplash Liquid Lipstick in Ghoulish
And that’s it! To watch the full tutorial Click Here!
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