One Week is a series I’m starting where I wear a single palette for a week, resulting into 5-7 makeup looks. I’m starting this series with Urban Decay’s original Naked palette. Of course.
For this look, I did a cut crease with a shade that I never ever really use on the Naked palette: Gunmetal. It turned out to be way more wearable than I thought. I just softly blended that into my crease and tried to do a soft winged out corner… Did it work?
I used Buck as a transition shade, and Virgin as a browbone highlight. Because why not?
On my mobile lid, I have sin, and a bit of Toasted in the outer corner, and Half Baked in the inner corner, just because I thought it would be fun. I did a very, very thin wing with a liquid liner.
Along my lash line, I smudged a bit of Gunmetal and on my waterline, I used Le Métier de Beauté Anamorphic Lash Mascara in Tamarack. I curled my lashes and applied a mascara by Eye of Horus*
Face: y.e.t. Cosmetics Fill It Up Primer, Ellana Minerals Loose Foundation in Caramel Latte*
Eyebrows: The Body Shop Brow & Liner Kit in 02
Cheeks: Wet n Wild Bronzer in Princess, Revlon Mineral Blush in Roseberry
Lips: Guerlain Rouge G Lipstick in Gemma
WOW. This is Day 5. Can you believe that? I’m getting the hang of this palette! On a similar note, I think I like the cut crease more than a smoky eye, but I’m not sure I can wear this anywhere… Also, I have such a small lid space!
Anyway, see you tomorrow if I feel like busting out my Naked palette, still. If not, then stay tuned for Monday for another palette under scrutiny!
* PR Sample. Guerlain and Revlon are not cruelty-free. I have no information on y.e.t. Cosmetics policy on animal testing.