naked 3: day & night tutorials



Seems like every female across the world recieved the Urban Decay Naked 3 palette for Christmas whether it was an actual present or one of those me to me deals that us bloggers seem to be so fond of... I don't know who this me is, but why do they like me so much ha.....8-). I thought instead of doing another review/swatch scenario of which there are much much better versions out there - such as Sandra's (here), why not do not only a day look using the palette but also an evening look.. generous soul aren't I?

So I'm gonna just jump right in and show you step by step how I created the above looks - these may not be to some peoples taste as they're rather subtle, I have small eyes so can't go dramatic with winged eyeshadow and the likes!

LOOK 1 // DAY

STEP ONE 

Take the shade Strange all over the lid up to the brow bone using Real Techniques Base Shadow Brush.

STEP TWO

Using the colour Dust, highlight the brow bone and the inner corners of the eyes.

STEP THREE

Again using the RT Base Shadow brush take the colour Buzz all over the lid up to the crease.

STEP FOUR

Using a blending brush (I'm using a MAC 217) take the colour Nooner through the crease and blend.

STEP FIVE

Finally take the colour Buzz underneath the eye along the lower lash line using a Real Techniques Accent Brush, then add liquid eyeliner along the upper lash line creating a flick and finish with mascara. 
LIPSTICK - MAC COZY UP 

LOOK 2 // EVENING

REPEAT STEPS 1 & 2 FROM THE ABOVE LOOK

STEP 3

Using the RT Base Shadow Brush apply Liar all over the lid up to the crease.

STEP 4

Apply Factory through the crease using a blending brush and blend. 

STEP 5 

Using RT Accent Brush press the colour Blackheart into the upper lash line to create smokey effect as desired then take the colour underneath the eye along the entire lower lash line. 
LIPS - RIMMEL APOCOLIPS IN ECLIPSE

I hope you enjoyed these tutorials, let me know if you enjoyed them and let me know if you want to see anymore! I know these look very light and natural however make up doesn't translate very well on camera unless its piled on!

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