Sunday, 9 November 2014

Beauty: Autumn makeup look with the Naked palette

A couple of weeks ago, House of Fraser got in touch and asked if I would like one of the Urban Decay Naked palettes to create an Autumn makeup look with. As I already owned Naked 2 and 3, I opted for the original Naked Palette. I didn't think I would need all three of the palettes, but they're all so different and I've been using Naked a lot since I received it. I decided to be brave and make a video showing how I created the look and I'm pleased with how it turned out.

For my base, I used Bourjois Healthy Mix foundation over the Laura Mercier foundation primer. I then used the Seventeen Stay Time concealer and the Vichy Dermablend setting powder* to set it all with a dusting of the Essence Silky Touch blusher in Babydoll just to give me some colour. 

For my eyes, I used a Maybelline Color Tattoo in Creamy Beige as a base, then used Virgin, Sidecar and Smog to create a neutral smoky eye. I made sure I blended them well using the Real Techniques brushes. I then took my MAC Fluidline in Blacktrack and applied that with the Bobbi Brown fine eyeliner brush* and finished my eyes off with the Bobbi Brown Smokey Eye* mascara. For my eyebrows I used the MeMeMe Arch Angel brow gel*. To finish off the whole look, I used a Maybelline Color Drama lipstick in Minimalist.

I've worn this look a couple of times for work and I love how simple it is. What do you think?


  1. love the idea of the vlog. your very lucky to get sent such beautiful items to blog about :)

  2. Love the look you created. The palette sounds great, I will have to look out for it.

  3. I love the colours in this palette. I've not actually tried it myself but I've heard others rave about it.

  4. great little video I am terrible with make up must try a bit harder!

  5. I've never been a fan of the Naked palettes, but your make-up looks gorgeous here - love how soft and pretty it looks.


  6. Gorgeous look! The original Naked is also the last one I have to get but it definitely is seeming more appealing after seeing this! The colours are a fair bit different to 2 and 3 xx

    Love and Marmalade


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