A warm golden smoky look courtesy of the Urban Decay Naked palette! Perfect for a night out. Or a night in. Or a trip to the hardware store.
I had a request from the lovely Gin from Siren Makeup to do some tutorials. So here is my attempt at one. I hope you like it!
I started by priming my eyes with LORAC Behind the Scenes eye primer.
I used Half Baked all over the moving lid up to the socket.
I placed Buck in the crease and outer corner. Actually, I guess it's more the socket, but I always call it the crease.
|It always looks weird at this point.|
I used Naked to blend out Buck, blending up towards, but not up to, the brow.
I used a pressed powder to blend out Naked under the brow.
I used Smog in the outer corner and blended it with Half Baked.
I spritzed a flat brush with E.L.F. Mist and Fix and applied Darkhorse to the upper lashline.
I used Darkhorse and Half Baked under the eyes.
I lined my lower waterline with a black liner (Tarina Tarantino's Tommy Jet Hyperliner), and added mascara (Maybelline's Full 'N Soft).
I used some concealer to sharpen the line of the outer v, and I filled in my brows.
|from left: Half Baked, Buck, Naked, Smog, Darkhorse|
Doing a tutorial was a little easier than I thought it would be, so I will definitely be trying to do more of them. Perhaps with fewer pics though, because I'm afraid this one was too photo happy.
Have a wonderful day, and thank you for visiting!