Tuesday, 24 June 2014

Video: Urban Decay Naked III Palette Tutorial

Hey Guys,

Hope you all are happy & healthy.

As promised, here is a tutorial using Urban Decay Naked III Eye Shadow Palette. This look is great for a night out or for a party, skip the double wing and switch it up for a day appropriate look. Hope you like it!





Products Used: 
Face:
  • Chanel Perfection Lumiere Foundation #24 
  • MAC Prolong Wear Concealer in NC42 (for under eyes) 
  • MAC Studio Finish Concealer in NC42 (for blemishes) 
  • MAC Bronzer in Refined Golden 
  • Tarte Amazonian Clay Blush in Blushing Bride
  • Estee Lauder Powder Illuminating Gelee in Modern Mercury 
Eyes: 
  • Urban Decay Primer Potion 
  • Urban Decay Naked III Palette - Limit, Nooner, Darkside, Blackheart, Strange, Dust 
  • Bourjois Smokey Eye Pencil in Black 
  • Maybelline Volume Express the Falsies Mascara in Black 
Lips: 
  • Chanel Rouge Coco Hydrating Lipstick in Orchidee 
  • MAC Lipglass in Cultured 
Check out the video for a tutorial: 


Hope you guys like it!

Lots of Love






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6 comments:

  1. I love your blog. Please do post frequently. Love your down to earth attitude. Would you please do a review of the chanel highlighter . How comparable is it to dior amber lights. Thanks.

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    1. Hi Maneesha, thanks a ton!
      I have reviewed the Chanel highlighter here: http://makeupbyeesha.blogspot.in/2013/02/review-poudre-signee-de-chanel.html
      In comparison to Dior Amber Lights, its less gold and less shimmery. Dior Amber Lights is a lot more reflective!

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    3. Thanks for the prompt reply. But I was actually asking about the soleil tan de chanel sheer illuminating fluid that I saw earlier in your haul video and which do you recommend cd amber lights or the chanel one do you recommend for a dewy or glowing look. Sorry for the confusion I caused earlier.

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  2. Superb you are looking dear :)

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