Urban Decay Naked 3 Palette|Tutorial|Rose Gold

 

Hey everyone,

Today I’m doing a look with the Naked 3 Palette by Urban Decay. It’s the new released palette which I’m sure all of you probably know that it contains a heap of rose tone neutral shade. So, to jump right into the tutorial.

products eye look

We’re going to into this beautiful gorgeous Naked 3 eyeshadow palette. Let’s start with I’m so glad that Urban Decay have included a matte highlighting shade. I just have the feel that it’s necessary for a palette to have a matte eye shadow color. because it helps in the blending  and perfect for highlighting without getting too much glitter on the lids.

naked 3 palette (2)

Material used: UD Naked 3 Palette/Covergirl mascara/Bonnebell eyeliner pencil/elf eyeshadow brush

color swatches on rose gold eyelook

These are the color swatches I’m using for this Rose Gold eyeshadow look.

Naked 3 - Sharon Beautyprime

Gorgeous, gorgeous color of pink-hues like never before from other Naked palette. These twelve new shades are super awesome and easy to work on. The long staying power is an added advantage.

 

urban Decay Naked 3

I’m going to start by using the Bourjois Brush Concealer and then proceeded by applying the eyeliner by Bonnebell.

Once I have my eye-base done and by the way, for today’s tutorial I’m doing a different approach of applying these gorgeous pinkish shades eye shadows.

The tutorial step-by-step below is following the letter “L” shape with first image to be the eyeliner as eye base. I’ll start with color shadow pick up from the palette and then brush application on eyes and all follow suits:

Step 1 : I ‘m applying the highlighting first on the brow line using the shade Shadow. It’s soft and creamy and easy to blend on.

Step 2 : Using the 4th color from lightest to darkest which is the shade Limit. I started to blend this beautiful matte shade of rose pink on my crease gently from outer corner inwards. It’s important to blend the crease well in order to avoid having a hard line.

Step 3 : The next step is by applying the lids with this awesome color Trick. A light metallic pink-copper brown added with shimmery micro-sparkles. I enjoy using this shade for a more intense look.

Step 4 : I finished it with blending the shade Factory on the outer corner of lids and with soft and slow motion, just continue to blend them to the look you desire. Lastly, curl up lashes and apply mascara of your choice. I used Korres mascara which I believe I did a review a few weeks ago. You can check back on my previous postings.

final stage naked 3 palette

I usually do my eye makeup from lids up but this time I did the opposite. I was inspired after watching a youtuber doing it and I’m curious to see if there is any different but in my case it works equally well for me.

finish touch

So, that’s it for my Rose Gold tutorial eyeshadow look and I hope you find this posting interesting and helpful. I am a big fan of Urban Decay and this Naked 3 palette is a wonderful eyeshadow palette to have especially if you are a Pink Lady then this palette is for you. It consists of pink-mauve tones that are absolutely gorgeous. The insanely rich pigmentation with such great color-payoff, what more can I ask!

Will I repurchase Naked 3 Eyeshadow Palette? Yes, over the moon and back. I will recommend it to my family and friends🙂 Available at Sephora, Ulta, Amazon and Feelunique online.

What about you? How do you apply your eyeshadow? I love to hear your comments.

Thank you for stopping by.

Sharon xoxo

 

4 comments

    • I just received my new Naked Palette and I just love all the shadows. Naked 3 has more pinky shades while Naked are more of neutral for everyday wear. I love Naked 3 but who knows I might find another new love ha!ha!ha!

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