Posts Tagged Urban Decay

  • Urban Decay 15 Year Anniversary Palette Look - November 9th, 2011
  • I wasn’t sure if I should buy the Urban Decay 15 Year Anniversary Palette at first, since I’m very much content with my Naked Palette. However, I was sold after swatching Junkshow (bright pink with fuchsia shift) and Deep End (bright teal shimmer) — they’re gorgeous (and the other colors are nice too)! Here’s my first look using this palette, featuring Junkshow and Deep End as pops of colors to this otherwise neutral look. :)


  • Smokey Burgundy and Black Look - August 15th, 2011
  • I decided to whip out my Urban Decay Book of Shadows palette to create this smokey makeup look. The two main colors I used are Last Call (iridescent plumy-purple) and Perversion (matte black). Although I used these colors from my Book of Shadows palette, both of these are available for purchase as single eye shadows. If you have Urban Decay’s new 15 Year Anniversary Eyeshadow Collection, try a brighter fuchsia version of this look with Junkshow instead of Last Call! :)


  • Urban Decay Naked Palette Look 4 - August 10th, 2011
  • Here’s another easy makeup look you can try with your Naked Palette! This makeup look features two matte colors in the palette — Naked (buff matte) and Buck (brown matte). These matte colors can be easily overlooked with all the gorgeous shimmery ones in the palette, so I wanted to create a look showcasing them both. I lined my upper lash line with a dark brown color (Darkhorse, which is also in the palette) for a softer effect, since I wore this makeup during the day.


  • Urban Decay Naked Palette Look 3 - July 25th, 2011
  • This is a daytime look I came up with using the Naked Palette. I featured two colors that I haven’t used in my other Naked Palette looks — Buck (brown matte) and Smog (golden brown shimmer). The highlight color isn’t from the palette though (I mentioned in my review that I wish there were more highlight colors in the palette), so I used one from MAC just for some variety on my Naked Palette Look series. You can just use Virgin as highlight to keep all the colors from the palette.


  • Urban Decay Naked Palette Look 2 - June 15th, 2011
  • This is the second look using the Naked Palette I’ve been writing about lately. I wanted to come up with a bronze makeup look featuring two of the gorgeous bronze eye shadow colors in the palette — Half Baked (bronze) and Toasted (taupe-bronze). Both of these colors are available as single eye shadows in case you want to buy them separately. I used the lightest color in the palette as highlight and one of the darker colors to create some depth on the outer V.