3 Ways to Play With the New Urban Decay Naked Mini Eyeshadow PalettesJune 30, 2022
Urban Decay Naked Foxy Mini Eyeshadow Palette Tutorial
I started by applying Get Down, a shimmering khaki shade, all over primed lids.
Get Down makes a beautiful smoky eye by itself, but for extra depth, I added Funky Town to my outer corners.
For a pop of brightness, I dabbed Disco, a glitter-packed neutral green, on the center of my lid. I also added Foxy to my inner corners using my finger.
To finish off the look, I blended a mix of Get Down and Sly along my lower lash line using a pencil brush. With a few swipes of mascara and a thin line of black liquid liner, the look was complete!
Urban Decay Naked Half-Baked Mini Eyeshadow Palette Tutorial
I started by swiping Half Baked, a shimmering pale gold, all over my lid using my finger. I’m partial to using my fingers to apply shimmery shadows, but a flat synthetic brush will also work.
Still using my finger, I extended Half Baked and Rocky, a deeper gold, past my outer corners and towards my temples. I cleaned up the look using micellar water on a cotton round, which created a sharp, graphic line.
Finally, I traced my lower lash line with the shade Breadwinner, a bold shining copper, and finished with mascara.
Urban Decay Naked Sin Mini Eyeshadow Palette Tutorial
To prep my eyes, I blended Boring, a light rosy brown, through my crease.
Next, I patted TBH, a deep metallic pink, across my lids.
I smoked out my outer corners and lower lash lines with Twisted, a rosy mid tone brown, on a pencil brush.
No smoky eye is complete without mascara and liner. I tight-lined my eyes and traced over my waterline with the Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil in Rockstar, a smoldering purple shade.
Photos: Ariel Wodarcyk, Design: Juliana Campisi