Makeup Looks | Urban Decay Naked Smoky Palette

Tuesday, August 4, 2015

If you're looking for a review with swatches and all that jazz, Imma stop you right here and tell you to refer to this post right HERE. Because that article was so heavy, I wanted to make a separate one to showcase a few looks I've created with this palette.

Just a little reference snap, so you can have an idea of the colors and refer to the names mentioned in the descriptions for each look!

a picture of Urban Decay Naked Smoky Palette
Left to right : High, Dirtysweet, Radar, Armor, Slanted, Dagger, Black Market, Smolder, Password, Whiskey, Combust, Thirteen
Sweet & Simple :
a picture of Sweet & simple makeup look ; Urban Decay Naked Smoky Palette
a picture of Sweet & simple makeup look ; Urban Decay Naked Smoky Palette
1. After priming eyelids with the Urban Decay Primer Potion, sweep Combust all over the lid all the way to the brow bone to create an even base.
2. Pack on High all over the lid
3. Sweep Dirtysweet along the crease
4. Create a V shape at the outer corner with Radar and using a clean blending brush, blend gently towards the crease to create more depth.
4. Smudge out Radar under your lower lash line
5. Softly line the outer part of your upper lash line with an angled brush using Smolder and then smudge it out for a softer and smokier effect

Cosmic Smoke:
a picture of Cosmic Smoke makeup look ; Urban Decay Naked Smoky Palette
a picture of Cosmic Smoke makeup look ; Urban Decay Naked Smoky Palette
1. After priming eyelids with the Urban Decay Primer Potion, sweep Thirteen all over the lid all the way to the brow bone to create an even base.
2. Sweep Password along the crease
3. Create a V shape at the outer corner with Smolder and using a clean blending brush, blend gently towards the crease to create more depth.
4. Pack on Armor all over the lid
5. Soften the edges of the crease by sweeping Combust right above and working it up to your brow bone
4. Smudge out Smolder under your lower lash line from the outer corner to the middle of the eye, and then use Armor from the middle to the inner corner. Make sure they blend seamlessly.
5. Apply High in the inner corner of the eye and also gently tap it on the center of your lid.
5. Line your upper lash line with a dark purple gel or liquid liner (I used Wet n Wild Mega Eyes Creme Eyeliner in Eggplant)
6. Apply your favorite mascara and false lashes if your heart desires!
7. Line your waterline with a dark purple eyeliner

Day to Night:

Day look :
a picture of Day Time makeup look ; Urban Decay Naked Smoky Palette
a picture of Day Time makeup look ; Urban Decay Naked Smoky Palette
1. After priming eyelids with the Urban Decay Primer Potion, sweep Combust all over the lid all the way to the brow bone to create an even base.
2. Pack on Thirteen on the lid 
3. Pick up a mix of Whiskey and Combust on a fluffy crease brush and gently sweep it along the crease and working it down towards your lash line at the outer corner
4. Soften the edges of the crease by sweeping Combust right above and working it up to your brow bone
5. Gently define the upper lash line with Whiskey (from the center of the eye to the outer corner without winging out)
6. Apply High in the inner corner of the eye and on the brow bone
7. Apply your favorite mascara 

Night Look:
Transform the look above in mere seconds with the steps below!
a picture of Night Time makeup look ; Urban Decay Naked Smoky Palette
a picture of Night Time makeup look ; Urban Decay Naked Smoky Palette
1. With a pencil brush, pick up Black Market and draw a V shape around your outer corner and then with a clean brush blend out towards the crease and lash line.
2. Line the upper lash line all the way across (I didn't wing out but you could!) with Black Market
3. Line the outer half of the bottom lash line with Black Market and use Dagger from the middle to the inner corner. Smudge it to smoke it out and blend seamlessly
4. Add a little bit of Dirtysweet on the center of the lid
5. Using Dirtysweet again, add it to the crease, making sure you don't go over the outer corner you just deepened.
6. Gently recurl your lashes and add a touch more of mascara
7. Line your water lines with black liner

And here a just a few looks I've been doing with this palette (beyond your "classic" smoky eye). I've done others and there's more than can be created but we ain't got all day do we?

Hope you guys enjoyed this and if you got the palette try out these looks! Share these looks or any other looks on the Facebook page, I would love to see!!

Talk to you soon,

-Xoxo, Val

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