Urban Decay Naked Basics : Day to Night Eye Look

This is a tutorial using UD’s Naked Basics palette which I have reviewed already (you can read it here). It has pretty basic neutral colors and the eyeshadows are all mattes. I am going to create a day look which is subtle, appropriate for office, meetings etc and how after office hours, convert it into a night look with just a few extra steps.

Let’s get started. This is the palette I have used.

Urban Decay Naked Basics

Urban Decay Naked Basics

  • I started by priming the eye with my trusty UD Primer Potion and gave it a couple of minutes to settle in.
  • Then using a Sigma E55 shader brush, I applied  Foxy all over the lid from lash line to brow bone.
  • Taking Naked 2 with a Sigma E25 blending brush, I applied it into the crease, giving some definition and depth to it.
  • Using a pointed crease brush, I applied Faint to the outer corner of the eye and halfway into the crease. I blended this color with my fluffy Sigma E40 blending brush.
  • Took Venus on a Sigma E30 pencil brush and applied into the inner corners of the eye. And than using the same brush applied Faint into the lower lash line.
  • Taking Crave on an angled liner brush, I applied it as a liner on the upper lash line. This gives the eye a more softer look than using a gel or liquid liner.
  • Applied mascara, kohl and under eye concealer and Voila! the eye look is complete.

This is the final look, an almost no-makeup makeup look. LOL

Urban Decay Naked Basics Day Look

Urban Decay Naked Basics Day Look

Urban Decay Naked Basics Day Look

Urban Decay Naked Basics Day Look

 

And now when its time to get out of office (don’t you love that feeling!), and perhaps you want to go to a friend’s place or shopping, just touch up your makeup and convert the eye makeup into a night appropriate eye look.

  • Deepen your crease color by applying Faint into the crease and outer corner with a pointed crease brush and blending out with a fluffy blending brush.
  • Using the same pointed brush, apply Crave into the outer V of the eye and a little into the outer crease as well.
  • Blend it lightly to soften the edges.

And you are ready for an impromptu night out.

This is the final look

Urban Decay Naked Basics Night Look

Urban Decay Naked Basics Night Look

Urban Decay Naked Basics Night Look

Urban Decay Naked Basics Night Look

 

Hope you guys enjoyed this tutorial and I will be back with more eye looks.

Till Next Time, Take Care

 

 

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