Get Ready With Me & First Impression: Urban Decay Naked 3 Palette

Another blog post! I think I already have 2012 and 2013 beat! Haha! If you’d like to know what was used in this tutorial, keep on reading. If you’re interested in seeing what I used to put this look together and my overall opinion on the coveted Naked 3 palette, check out the video at the end of this post!

Face:
Clinique Dramatically Different Moisturizing Gel mixed with MAC Face & Body Foundation – N2
Eyes:
Eye Primer: Urban Decay Primer Potion – Original
Lid Color: Urban Decay Naked 3 Palette – Burnout
Transition: Urban Decay Naked 3 Palette – Limit
Outer V: Urban Decay Naked 3 Palette – Factory
Lower Lashline: Urban Decay Naked 3 Palette – Factory
Brow Highlight: Urban Decay Naked 3 Palette – Strange
Inner Corner: Urban Decay Naked 3 Palette – Strange
Lips:
Brushes/Tools Used:
Real Techniques – Expert Face Brush (concealer)
EcoTools – Deluxe Fan Brush (all over powder/set concealer)
MAC 228 – Mini Shader Brush (outer V & Lower Lash line)
MAC 224 – Blending Brush (Blending & Transition)
Sonia Kashuk Blending Brush (Transition color)
Smashbox Dual ended brush (Typically I would use MAC 227 – Large Fluff Brush) (Brow bone highlight)
One thing I will say that was not included in the video: the color I wasn’t too happy with (Dust) shattered after the palette was dropped once. On carpet. I returned the palette to Ulta in hopes of exchanging it, but all of the Ultas around here are sold out and can’t confirm when they will get more shipment – one of the stores said it would be several months before they get Naked 3 in stock again. What?! Boo! Lucky for me, they’re still in stock online! Hopefully I’ll be able to purchase one with my merchandise credit and see it next week!

Anyone have this palette or planning to get one? What are your opinions?

Click below to see my first impressions with this palette!

Neutral Series: Naked Palette Day to Night Tutorial

Another tutorial! And another Blog post!! It’s only been a month since the last one…that’s an improvement in my opinion!

Another neutral tutorial! (surprise, surprise). But this one is fun, it’s 2 tutorials in 1! This is a typical day time look I often wear to work, and then I show you guys how I darken up the look for a nice night-time look. The products I used are all listed below – separately for Day and Night time looks. 🙂

Day Look:

Brushes:
MAC 227 – Large Shader Brush (All over/brow bone highlight)
MAC 239 – Shader Brush (Lid)
MAC 217 – Tapered Blending Brush (Crease)
MAC 224 – Blending Brush (Blending & Transition)
Japonesque – Medium Detailer (lower lashline)
Essence of Beauty – Blush Brush (blush)

Face:
Bare Minerals Foundation & Bare Minerals Matte Foundation – Light
Bare Minerals Concealer – Summer Bisque
MAC Peaches Blush
MAC Cream Colour Base – Pearl

Eyes:
Primer: Smashbox Photo Finish Lid Primer
All over: MAC Eye Shadow – Brule
Lid: Urban Decay Naked Palette – Half Baked
Crease: Urban Decay Naked Palette – Naked & Buck
Lower Lashline: Urban Decay Naked Palette – Buck
Inner Corner: Urban Decay Naked Palette – Virgin
Transition: Urban Decay Naked Palette – Naked
Shu Uemura Eyelash Curler
Maybelline Falsies Mascara

Brows:
Wet N Wild Brow Liner – Taupe
Maybelline Great Lash Mascara – Clear

Lips:
EOS Strawberry Sorbet Lip Balm
MAC Sheen Supreme Lipstick – Ultra Darling

Night Look:

Brushes:
MAC 227 – Large Shader Brush (All over/brow bone highlight)
MAC 239 – Shader Brush (Lid)
MAC 217 – Tapered Blending Brush (Crease)
MAC 224 – Blending Brush (Blending & Transition)
Japonesque – Medium Detailer (lower lashline)
Essence of Beauty – Blush Brush (blush)

Face:
Bare Minerals Foundation & Bare Minerals Matte Foundation – Light
Bare Minerals Concealer – Summer Bisque
MAC Peaches Blush
MAC Cream Colour Base – Pearl

Eyes:
Primer: Smashbox Photo Finish Lid Primer
All over: MAC Eye Shadow – Brule
Lid: Urban Decay Naked Palette – Half Baked
Crease: Urban Decay Naked Palette – Buck & Smog
Outer V: Urban Decay Naked Palette – Darkhorse & Hustle
Lower Lashline: Urban Decay Naked Palette – Smog
Inner Corner: Urban Decay Naked Palette – Virgin
Transition: Urban Decay Naked Palette – Naked
Eye Liner: MAC Fluid Line – Black Track
Shu Uemura Eyelash Curler
Maybelline Falsies Mascara
Tweezerman Eyelash Comb

Brows:
Wet N Wild Brow Liner – Taupe
Maybelline Great Lash Mascara – Clear

Lips:
EOS Strawberry Sorbet Lip Balm
MAC Sheen Supreme Lipstick – Ultra Darling

To see how I put this look together:

Neutral Series: Naked Palette Neutral Pink Tutorial

As you all know, I’m a big fan of neutral makeup. With my clients (mainly the models doing fashion shoots) I’m a lot more willing to experiment with brighter/edgier looks, but on myself, I always lean toward the neutral looks.

This look is soft, and great to wear for any occasion. You can keep it simple with only 1 or 2 colors, or you can darken it up with a little bit of black, gray, or dark brown shadows. No pictures this time since I was in a rush to get out the door, but the products I used are listed below.

Brushes:
MAC 227 – Large Shader Brush (All over/brow bone highlight)
MAC 239 – Shader Brush (Lid)
MAC 217 – Tapered Blending Brush (Crease)
MAC 219 – Pencil Brush (Outer V)
MAC 224 – Blending Brush (Blending & Transition)
Japonesque – Medium Detailer (lower lashline/liner brush)
EcoTools – Blush Brush (blush)

Face:
MAC Pro Longwear foundation in NW20 mixed with The Body Shop Seaweed Mattifying Moisturizer
Garnier Nutritioniste Anti-Dark Circle Eye Roller
MAC Peaches Blush
Benefit HighBeam

Eyes:
All over: MAC Eye Shadow – Brule
Lid/Inner Corner: Urban Decay Naked Palette – Sin
Crease/Lower Lashline: Urban Decay Naked Palette – Toasted
Outer V: Urban Decay Naked Palette – Hustle
Transition: Urban Decay Naked Palette – Naked
Highlight: Urban Decay Naked Palette – Virgin
Eye Liner: Urban Decay 24/7 Liner – Whiskey
Shu Uemura Eye Lash Curler
Maybelline Falsies Mascara

Brows:
Wet N Wild Brow Liner – Taupe
Maybelline Great Lash Mascara – Clear

Lips:
EOS Sweet Mint Lip Balm
MAC Lipstick – Fabby
Revlon Colorburst Lipgloss – Peony

To see how I put this look together: