MAC D for Danger

I have a new favorite lip color! MAC D for Danger lipstick is a gorgeous berry shade with a matte finish. I love it! I have been looking for a berry lip color for a while now, but usually it’s too purple, so I’m very excited when I found this shade. D for Danger is a permanent lipstick shade at MAC. I recently found it when I was browsing their Retro Matte collection.

Anyways, I paired UD Naked Smoky with this berry lips. I went with a winged liner, and bronze on the lids. Nothing too dark on the crease since I want the focus to be on the winged liner itself. This look is quite heavy on both eyes and lips, but I don’t quite mind it. I think this will look nice for a party. For a day look, I probably will leave the eyes bare, just mascara and groomed brows, leaving the lips to be the focus of the attention.

I have done a smoky eye look using UD Naked Smoky in my previous tutorial, please check it out!

ud naked smoky tutorial

Products used


  • Primer – Urban Decay Primer Potion “Original”
  • Transition – UD Naked Smoky “Combust”
  • Crease/outer lid – UD Naked Smoky “Whiskey”
  • Middle lid – UD Naked Smoky “Dirtysweet”
  • Inner corner – UD Naked Smoky “High”
  • Winged liner/outer corner of lower lid – Maybelline “Eye Studio Lasting Drama Gel Liner in Black”
  • Waterline – L’oreal “Voluminous Smoldering eyeliner”
  • Brows – Anastasia Brow Wiz “Taupe” and “Medium Brown”
  • Falsies – Gwiyomi Boutique false lashes “no. 3”


MAC D for Danger



  • Contour – Smashbox contour kit “contour” shade
  • Cheeks – NARS “Mata Hari” blush


  • Lipstick – MAC “D for Danger”

urban decay naked smoky look

Berry Lips with Revlon Smitten Balm Stain

Happy New Year 2014, everyone! I hope this year would be an even greater and much more awesome year than 2013! I wanted to post this Berry Lips look since I wore it for NYE, and I think it’ll be a good tutorial to start of 2014. This look is very simple and easy, and no matter where you are you can definitely wear it. I added a little touch of glitter on the eyes for an extra playfulness, after all glitter is so fabulous!

For my eyes, I used UD Naked 3, which as you all know, has been my fav.! I’ve done 2 other tutorials prior to this post using Naked 3 in Rose Smoky Eyes and UD Naked 3 look #2. The other 2 geared more on the smoky side, while on this one it’s more natural looking.

For the berry lips, I decided to skip my usual red, pink, and burgundy. Instead, I decided to wear a berry lip stain to keep my lips moisturized and not having to worry about having to touch up throughout the night, or stain anything. It was low maintenance, and I just love how the Revlon Just Bitten Kissable Balm Stain keep my lips moist without feeling sticky.

natural look with urban decay naked 3


1. I prepped my lids by applying UD Primer Potion, and then applied Dust from UD Naked 3 with a flat eyeshadow brush.

2. Using a fluffy blending brush, I applied Nooner from UD Naked 3.

3. I ran Nooner along the lower lash line using a small shader brush. I also applied Dust on my tear duct.

4. I created a winged liner using Kanebo Kate Super Sharp eyeliner.

5. I lined my lower lash line, very close to the lashes, using Crave from UD Naked Basics.

6. I lined my waterline using L’oreal Voluminous Smoldering eyeliner. (you can use beige or white if you prefer)

7. I curled my lashes and applied Clinique High Impact mascara on both upper and lower lashes. I also added falsies for fun.

8. I filled my brows using Anastasia Brow wiz in Brunette, and then the brow powder.

9. Using a dry synthetic brush, I applied white glitter on my eyelid for extra shine. If you want to pack the glitter on like in my Glitter Holiday Makeup, use a wet damp brush.

revlon crush

10. On my face, I used Giorgio Armani Foundation. I applied it using a foundation brush.

11. I contoured my face using Smashbox Contour palette.

12. On my cheeks, I applied MAC Dainty.

13. On my lips, I applied Revlon Just Bitten Kissable Balm Stain in Smitten. I dabbed excess off using my ring finger.