Wednesday, 22 January 2014

Urban Decay Naked 3 Palette Tutorial

Urban Decay Naked 3 Palette Tutorial | www.latenightnonsense.com

Since having this glorious palette at my disposal, I've been trying out my usual trustworthy shadow combinations, but I figured if I was going to make a video that I needed to step it up another level. There have been plenty of tutorials for everyday wearable colours from this palette, but I'm showing off the right hand side of the palette and just how experimental you can get without having to resign it to nights out.


Products Used
Revlon PhotoReady Perfecting Primer, Maybelline Fit Me Foundation in Nude Beige, Seventeen Phwoarr Paint Heavy Duty Concealer in Fair, ELF Translucent Matifying Powder, Topshop All Over Glow, Bourjois Bronzing Primer, Bourjois Cream Blush in Sweet Cherry, Urban Decay Brow Box in Brown Sugar, Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion, Urban Decay Naked 3 Eyeshadow Palette, Company Liquid & Pencil Eyeliner, Clinique High Impact Mascara, Clinique Bottom Lash Mascara, Balance Me Shine On Tinted Lip Salve in Sheer Raspberry

Tools Used
Real Techniques Expert Face Brush, Real Techniques Base Shadow Brush, MAC 217 Brush, Real Techniques Pixel-Point Eyeliner Brush, Real Techniques Accent Brush, Eyeko Eyelash Curlers


I skipped ahead to the eyeshadow part. I figured you didn't need to see me apply my foundation and other products, you came for the good stuff! The three colours from the palette that I used were Trick (all over the lid), Factory (in the crease) and Blackheart (to line the lashes). You can wet the brush to get more pigmentation, but I quite like blending it out, giving it a bit of a messed up grunge vibe.

What do you think of the look? What colours do you like to use together?

Adrienne | www.latenightnonsense.com
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10 comments:

  1. All the Naked palettes are gorgeous and I use mine every day!
    You've got a great taste in brushes too, the real techniques brushes and the mac 217 are my saviours! (:
    - Jem
    |Une Belle Masquerade|

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  2. Really enjoyed this tutorial, I subscribed to your YouTube :)

    Tiny Alis

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  3. That is absolutely stunning! I may have to try this for myself.

    Vickie xx | vickieblogs

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  4. you look so pretty. the naked palette is amaze!

    from Brigitte at // BreezeyBee Blog | BlogLovin'

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  5. love this! i have the palette so i'll try it :) Xx

    I also have a big beauty pamper pack giveaway on my blog! check it out if youd like xx

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  6. Loved this look!

    http://chelsealeighbeauty.blogspot.ca/

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  7. I kinda think I'd prefer the Naked 2 - *runs away and hides*

    Georgina at itotallypaused.com

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  8. This is such a nice look! I really enjoy watching your videos, Adrienne!
    xx
    Celina | The Celution | Bloglovin’

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  9. Aw, so pretty girl!
    I hope you're getting better.
    E | Beauty/Skincare | Cocoamourr

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  10. I've not so much as swatched my Naked 3 palette yet so I'll definitely be watching this tutorial when I get home so I can finally put it to use.

    Victoria
    FlorenceandMary.com

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