Today I’ve got a reader request for you with the Electric Palette. This is my Urban Decay Blackened Thrash tutorial. Yes I love Thrash! Such a great chartreuse shade. I also used UD Cobra, which is one of the first colors I purchased (see my build your own palette) from UD when they released their new eyeshadow formula in 2012.
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- Cover FX Anti-Aging Primer
- Cover FX Matte Setting Powder in Light
- Cover FX Total Cover Cream foundation in N10
- Josie Maran Argan Infinity Lip And Cheek Creamy Oil in Everlasting Honey
- Too Faced Candelight Glow Duo – highlighter
- Cover FX Anti-Age Smoothing Primer
- NARS Eye Paint in Black Valley – upper and lower lash line, waterline
- Urban Decay Thrash (Electric Palette) – lid and lower lid
- Wet n’ Wild Brulee – browbone
- Urban Decay Cobra (on sale at UD, may be discontinued soon) – outer crease, blended inward
- Too Faced Candelight Glow Duo – on top of Cobra and to highlight under brows and at the inner corner
- Too Faced Better Than Sex Mascara
- Paula’s Choice Brow Tint in Fawn
I swear that this Goss Makeup Artist tip with the setting powder on top of the primer, before foundation, leaves me with better looking skin! You can apply any primer you like. I prefer to apply either the Cover FX Anti-Aging Primer or the Nyx Angel Veil Brightening primer. Heck, you could go crazy and mix them together if you like! Or add your favorite illuminizer into the primer.
For the powder step, you can use Cover FX Matte Setting Powder in Light, Urban Decay Naked Skin Loose Powder in Naked Light, NARS Light Reflecting Loose Setting Powder, Purely Cosmetics Diamond Perfect Powder or Silk Naturals Blur Tinted Powder. Then you only need a little bit of your chosen foundation. If you have dry skin like I do, after you apply the foundation I would only powder under the eyes by pressing gently with a domed brush to your under eye area. If you have oily skin Goss recommends applying only a tiny bit of powder.