GUEST BLOG POST-Review: Urban Decay Naked2 & Naked3 Eyeshadow Palettes

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Hey guys! My name is Rachel and I’m from London…Ontario, Canada. Charlotte was so kind to allow me to write a guest post for her blog. I’ll be sharing a makeup review today and if you want to check out more of my posts about makeup and beauty, be sure to visit my blog.

Today I’m going to review Urban Decay’s Naked2 Palette and Naked3 Palette which you can of course find at Sephora or on Urban Decay’s website.

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Urban decay naked palette going out eye shadow tutorial

Hey all, I hope you’re all doing great!

Today I will be posting my first tutorial using the urban decay naked palette, which I absolutely adore. I got this palette as a gift from my boyfriend and now I am addicted to using eye shadow.  This look is really great for going out so here we go:

The look:

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Essential items for this look: urban decay ‘naked’ palette, an eye shadow primer (I am using a NARS one), any mascara and eye liner.

Step by step guide:

Step 1: Prime your eye lids using an eye shadow primer. This is essential to ensure that your eye shadow will last longer. With the NARS one I am able to keep my eye shadow on for the entire day.

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Step 2:   Apply the colour ‘naked’ to about half of your eyelid. This will be the lightest colour, which will be blended with the other colours of the palette.

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Step 3: Apply the colour ‘buck’ in a round line above the colour ‘naked’. Don’t worry if it is not neat as it is our transition colour that will be blended in to create the whole look.

Step 4: Next draw a small line in the middle of the colour ‘buck’ using the colour ‘gunmetal’. Try to make this as thin as possible as you don’t want this to be the main colour.

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Step 5: Above all the colours add the colour ‘half baked’ up until your eyebrows.

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Step 6: Blend all together and you have created this going out look. Blend as little or as much as you want to get your desired look.

Step 7: Add eyeliner and mascara

 

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial! Do send me links to any of your tutorials.

Lots of love,

Charlotte

xoxo