Pink is the new nude has been the theme of Urban Decay’s latest addition to the Naked lineup a la Naked 3. I love pink but I know that most pink eyeshadows out there are cool and don’t suit me. Naked 3 has tried to give us some warm pinks but Buzz is truly the only warm pink color. I had tried to create a complete pink look here and it looked a bit flat so I smoked it out ever so slightly. Continue reading
WOOHOO, I’m back to doing what I love best, trying out eye looks and than writing their tutorials on the blog. The star of this tutorial is Urban Decay’s Vice 2. I have mentioned in my review here that this is a super versatile palette, what with it being such a colorful palette. I’m emulating this look from one of my favorite YouTube artists macshadowcombos. She creates the best eye looks and you all should definitely check out her channel. Continue reading
Aaaand I am back with another eye makeup combination from the blogger’s fav LORAC Pro palette. With my previous looks, I have done party, bold, dark looks and so this one is light and neutral toned. I have used the lightest shimmery shades for this look so its suitable for a lunch party and a night out as well.
I gave some much needed love to my Naked 2 palette. I have been experimenting with various looks and I already posted a warm golden copper look here which I made with this palette, and so it was only fair to Naked 2 for me to do a cool silvery grey look as well. To my surprise I found that I liked this look a lot and has given me confidence to try out cool toned eye looks. Continue reading
I read a lot on Internet that the Naked 2 palette is not as good as the original, as it has more cool toned colors and the palette is not as versatile. But when I went back to the palette (you can check my review on Naked 2 here) and looked at it more closely, I figured that some warm looks can be created with it. The below eye look is one of the warm shimmery looks I made with my Naked 2 palette.