Oh Urban Decay Vice 3 Palette how I love thee! I have been playing all week with the palette and decided to do a bright, fun look that will go with all eye colors. If you’re brown-eyed, this will make your eyes look really warm. If you’ve got blue or green eyes, get ready to have your eye color pop. I’ve got the full tutorial inside and all of the products I used!
HOW TO ACHIEVE THIS LOOK:
- Apply Shade 1 to the crease and socket of your eye, blending upward toward your brow-bone. Generously apply it and blend it out well. This shade is our transition shade and will help our socket shade blend better.
- Apply Shade 2 to the crease of the eye only. Do not bring it past the socket and intensify the shade by going back over it several times until you get that bright pink pop of color just in the crease.
- Apply Shade 3 over your entire eyelid and in the inner corners of your eyes. Also apply this shade along your lower lash-line.
- Apply Shade 4 to your brow-bone.
- Apply Shade 5 to the outer third of your lower lash-line to smoke out the look a little bit.
Whenever I use really bright shades like this, I always use black eyeliner to make the shades pop even more. There’s something about bright colors and super jet black liner that goes especially well together. Here is what I used on my eyes:
- Urban Decay Vice 3 Palette (as shown above)
- Urban Decay Perversion 24/7 Liner Pencil
- MAC Blacktrack Fluidline
- House of Lashes “Bambie” Lashes
This is a bright look but it’s so fun to wear and the colors are so rich.
FOR MY FACE:
It was important for me to keep my skin clean and neutral toned, especially with how bright this eye look is. Here is what I used:
- Urban Decay Naked Skin Foundation 5.0
- NARS Contour Blush in Paloma
- MAC Prism Blush
- Hourglass Ambient Lighting Powder
- L’oreal “J.Lo’s Nude” Lipstick
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