Introduction: Naked Makeup Tutorial
So I finally got my hands on the Urban Decay Naked Palette and I created this smokey look for you. I would say this can be made for any occasion day or night. I do hope you like this look.
Fist as always you are going to want to prime and apply foundation to your face. Then I applied a concealer to my eye lids and applies a skin tone eye shadow from the palette to set the concealer and help the shadows last all day.I used the colour virgin.
Then you are going to want to create a transition colour. To do this I first applied the colour Naked to the crease of the eye. This is just going to help all the shadows blend easy and help them look blended and not harsh.
Then I go in with the colour Buck and also apply thin to the crease. I try and keep this more into the crease and below the Naked colour we just applied. I then go back and forth until I am happy and make sure I keep blending.
Then going in with the colour Darkhorse I applied this on the outer crease using a pencil brush. I then go in with a fluffy brush to blend this out and then go back and forth with the two brushes until I am happy with the colour.
Then I apply the colour Sin to the lid of my eye. I also take this right into the inner corner of my eye and onto the inner lower lash line too.
Then I apply the colour creed onto the outer part of my lid and then with a blending brush I blend this out and into the crease. I then go back in with the fluffy brush to make sure its blended.
Then I used my gel liner and apply a winged look on my eyes.
Then with a white liner I applied this to my waterline and this help open my eyes and helped the look be more everyday wear.
Then you are going to want to apply your mascara and also your favorite lashes.
Now that your eyes are done you are going to want to finish your face. So first I highlighted my face by applying concealer to my under eyes, chin, nose and forehead and blend this out with a beauty blender, I also set this with my translucent powder.
I then go in with my bronzer and shape my face. To do this I apply it to mt cheek bones around my forehead jawline and nose. I then go in with my foundation brush and make sure this is all blended and there are no harsh lines.
Then I go in with the same eye shadows that I applied on my lids and applied them to the lower lash line. This just helps bring the look together.
Then finally I applied My Mac Velvet Teddy Lipstick. This helped the look be very wearable. I do hope you like this look and love to know what you think.