Finally, finishing up my Urban Decay Naked Series today with a tutorial on this summery day time look with the Naked 3 Palette.
I did a light rose gold eye and paired it with deep forest green eyeliner along the upper lash line and went with a dusty pink lip.
If you want to see how I got this look, just keep reading below!
In today’s look, all the eyeshadows are from the Naked 3 aside from the shadow I used to set my eyeliner. In case you missed it, I have a full review of the Naked 3 plus more looks here: Urban Decay Naked 3 Review | Swatches | Looks
I have already done my brows and primed my eyes with an eyeshadow primer from e.l.f. and a little bit of concealer to cancel out all the newly acquired freckles. Then I set everything with a light coat of Strange (pale neutral pink matte-satin) all over the lid.
On a fluffy brush, I applied Limit (light dusty rose matte) into the transition area.
Then on a smaller fluffy brush, I took Nooner (medium pinky-brown matte) into the crease and on the outer and inner corners of the lid, leaving a space in the center bare.
Next, I grabbed this shadow pencil from Covergirl in the shade Flamed out as a base for the next shade.
I put the pencil into the center part of the lid that I left bare.
With my finger, I patted on the shade Trick (light metallic pinky-copper shimmer with tonal micro-sparkle) over top of that shadow pencil. I also put a touch of Burnout (light pinky-peach satin) on the inner corner around the tear duct.
Next, I lined my upper waterline and lash line with the Nyx Faux Blacks in Black Olive. I love the way this shade of green pairs with the rose gold and dusty rose eye shadow.
I went over top of the liner with a deep olive eyeshadow. This didn’t change much, I was just experimenting. This is an eyeshadow from an old Sephora palette for green eyes that I have hung onto just for the two green eyeshadows.
I kept the liner close to the lash line and thicken the line as it went to the outer corner giving a lifted effect to the eye with out doing a wing. This is how I like to do liner for day time, I use an off black and this technique.
On the lower waterline, I added the Nyx Faux Whites in Linen to really brighten and open up my eyes.
To bring a bit more of a dusty pink color to the eye, I took a little bit of my blush and dusted it around the outside of the eyeshadow in the transition area on a big fluffy brush, I also went along the lower lashline with the blush. This blush is from the Tarte Tarteist Contour Palette. It’s a perfect warm rosy shade. One of my favorites.
I deepened up the lower lash line with Nooner and applied Burnout to the inner corner and blended it over into Nooner. I added a touch of my highlighter, e.l.f. Baked Highlighter in Blushed Gems, around the tear duct to brighten the inner corner as well.
Lastly for the eyes I curled my lashes and applied a couple of coats of L’oreal Voluminous Lash Paradise.
And here is the finished eye.
On the face I used my new favorite trio from L’oreal. The L’Oreal Infallible Pro Glow has been a favorite since its launch last year, but I just picked up concealer and setting powder. LOVE! I’ll have a review of both coming up soon.
For contour, blush, and highlight, I went with the Tarte Tarteist Contour Palette. I love this one for summer, while the contour shades are great for pale skin, they have a hint of warmth. I use the deeper shade for contour and lightly bronze with the lighter shade. The blush I used on the eyes. It’s a great no brainer blush that works with everything.
And for my glow, I used e.l.f. Baked Blush in Blushed Gems. We are having a moment.
For the lips, I kept it simple with a dusty rose shade. I went with my trusty favorite. Nyx Liquid Suede in Soft Spoken paired with the matching lip liner.
Holy over drawn lips, Batman! Don’t care. I’m digging it right now.
The Finished Look
I hope you liked this easy, day time friendly look. I love it for the summer. And check out that accidental good hair day. LOL.
That wraps up my UD Naked Collection Series. I really enjoyed going back and picking the collection apart. I rediscovered some old favorites and found some new ones in the process.
In case you missed a post in the series, here they all are: