January 27, 2016

5 Easy Looks | Reviving Urban Decay Naked Palette

Unless you truly have been living under a rock or on a remote island in the Pacific, you’ve heard of the Urban Decay Naked Palette – a palette full of pigmented bronze neutral shades to suit literally millions worldwide since its original debut in 2010.

5 easy Urban Decay Naked Palette looks for everyday and a more grown up look on brighterdarling.com (PS. you only need 2 brushes!)

It’s been awhile since the OG and I had some time together, and knowing so many own this palette, I thought it was time for an Urban Decay Naked Palette revival by whipping up five easy Urban Decay Naked Palette looks for more grown up times these days.

As a bonus, all five looks can be achieved using just two eye brushes. Let’s get naked (only if you feel it helps you apply your makeup better, of course)…

To keep things extra simple, the application technique in all of the looks is the same. Use a pinched fluffy brush like this one to apply the main lid color, use a fluffy blending brush like this one to apply color to the crease and if needed, use the darkest shade again with the pinched fluffy brush. Pinch that same brush to smudge any color on the lower lash line. Get your Naked Palette ($54) from Sephora here.

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The cool-tone look
Shades used: Sin on the lid, Gunmetal in the crease and lower lash line, Creep in the outer corner. Add liquid liner to top lash line (I used this one) and black pencil liner to lower lash line (I used this drugstore one). Finish with two coats of mascara.

Urban Decay Naked Palette Cool Toned Look on brighterdarling.com

Urban Decay Naked Palette Cool Look Using Sin, Gunmetal and Creep on Brighterdarling.com

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The super-natural look
Shades used: Sidecar on lid, Naked through the crease and Buck in the outer corner and buffed on lower lashes. Add liquid liner to top lash line (I used this one) and black pencil liner to lower lash line (I used this drugstore one). Finish with two coats of mascara. 

Urban Decay Naked Palette super natural look using Sidecar, Naked and Buck on brighterdarling.com

Easy Urban Decay Naked Palette looks super natural look using Sidecar, Naked and Buck on brighterdarling.com

The bronze/gold look
Shades used: Half Baked on the lid, Smog through the crease and on lower lashes with Darkhorse in the outer corner. Add liquid liner to top lash line (I used this one) and black pencil liner to lower lash line (I used this drugstore one). Finish with two coats of mascara 

Easy Urban Decay Naked Palette Looks using Half Baked, Smog and Darkhorse on brighterdarling.com

Easy Urban Decay Naked Looks Using Two Brushes on Brighterdarling.com

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The vampy look
Shades used: Toasted on the lid, Hustle through the crease and lower lashes, Creep in outer corner. Add liquid liner to top lash line (I used this one) and black pencil liner to lower lash line (I used this drugstore one). Finish with two coats of mascara. 

5 Easy Urban Decay Naked Palette Looks for Everyday on Brighterdarling.com

Easy Urban Decay Naked Palette Looks for Grown Ups on Brighterdarling.com

The neutral look
Shades used: Virgin on the brow bone, Sin on the lid, Naked through the crease and Creep in the outer corner and lightly on lower lashes. Add gel liner to top lash line (I used this one) and black pencil liner to lower lash line (I used this drugstore one). Finish with two coats of mascara. 

*Apologies I couldn’t get a good looking-downwards photo this day apparently…

5 easy urban decay naked palette looks using 2 brushes for every day on brighterdarling.com

Easy Urban Decay Naked Palette Looks for Everyday on Brighterdarling.com

 

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5 Easy Urban Decay Naked Palette Looks for Everyday Using Two Brushes on Brighterdarling.com!

I hope this helps you bring your Urban Decay Naked Palette back-to-life or inspires you to pick this one up if you haven’t already! So many possibilities.

Which look was your favorite? Comment below and let me know some of your favorite shades from Urban Decay!

Happy nakedness,

-Steffanie

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