Neutral Smokey Eyes using Urban Decay Naked Palette

Another Urban Decay Naked palette post again?! Yes it is! I’ve been showcasing my love for the Urban Decay Naked 3, and I did a tutorial using the Naked 2, so I though that it was time to get in touch with the original Naked palette. For this tutorial, I wanted to do a neutral smokey eyes tutorial, which is perfect for any occasion from party, night-out, date (for Valentine’s) etc.


1. I prepped my eyelids using Urban Decay Primer Potion in Sin.

2. Using a flat eyeshadow brush, I applied Sidecar all over the eyelid.

3. I applied Buck on my crease using Smashbox Bullet Crease brush.

4. Using a small shader brush, I applied Creep on the outer V and lightly dragging it to the crease.

5. Using the same Smashbox Bullet Crease brush that I used on step 3, I blended my crease.

6. I applied Naked lightly under the brow, and Sin on the inner corner of my eyes.

7. I applied Creep on the outer half of my lower lid, and Sidecar on the inner half using an angled eyeliner brush.

8. I created a winged eyeliner using Kanebo Kate Super Sharp eyeliner. On my waterline, I used MAC Chromagraphic eyeliner in NC15.

9. I filled my brows using Anastasia Duo Brow Powder in Brunette.

10. I curled my lashes, and applied Buxom Lash mascara on both top and bottom lashes.

11. I also applied Gwiyomi Gillian false eyelashes.

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12. For my face, I applied CoverFX Cream foundation in G40 using CoverFX cream foundation brush.

13. On my cheeks, I applied Chanel Blush de Horizon.

14. On my lips, I applied Revlon Socialite lipstick.

coverfx cream foundation review g40Products used

Eyes – Urban Decay Primer Potion Sin, Urban Decay Naked palette, Kanebo Kate Super Sharp eyeliner, Buxom Lash mascara, Anastasia Brow Powder Brunette, Gwiyomi Gillian false eyelashes.

Face – Cover FX Cream foundation, Chanel Blush de Horizon, Revlon Socialite lipstick.

Golden Bronze

This week is like my non-colorful week! Today’s look used Urban Decay Naked Palette, and it’s perfect for daytime and bridal makeup. It’s packed with bronze goodness. The colors are perfect for every eye-colors and skintones. Very flattering, very warm and it’s really easy to achieve this look.

I love wearing this look for the summer. It might look like it’s a lot, but once you complete the face, the eyes look pretty natural looking. It really do brighten up the face too. This is my fav. way of wearing bronze eyeshadow. You can immediately turn this makeup to a night look just by adding black liner along the upper lashline and waterline, turning it into a smoky look.

For tutorial on how to fill-in brows, please visit “Product of The Week: MUFE Aqua Brow“. For a smokier version of this look please visit “Baked It Up!

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1. Using a flat eyeshadow brush, I applied UD Half-Baked all over the lid.

2. Using a flat fluffy brush, I applied UD Buck lightly on the crease and the outer V.

3. Using a fluffy blending brush, I applied a mixture of UD Smog + Snakebite on the outer half of the lid, blending in towards Half-Baked.

4. I applied UD Half-Baked on the inner corner of the lower lid, and UD Smog + Snakebite on the outer half using a small shader brush.

5. I created a winged liner along my upper lashline using Bobbi Brown Caviar Ink cream liner.

6. Using whatever is left on the brush, I applied the liner along the outer corner of the lower lid.

7. I curled my lashes and applied MUFE Smoky Lash mascara on both upper and lower lashes.

8. I filled my brows in using MUFE Aqua Brow.

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9. For my face, I applied Tarte Amazonian Clay BB Tinted Moisturizer.

10. I applied Benefit Dallas on my temples, the tip of my nose, my chin and my cheeks.

11. I also applied MAC Peaches on the cheeks.

12. For the lips, I applied L’oreal Colour Riche Lip Liner in Beyond Pink.urban decay naked palette