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Urban Decay Naked Basics Palette Tutorial

Urban Decay Naked Basics Palette Tutorial

I wanted to share this tutorial that I created for you with the Urban Decay Naked Basics Palette and the Geek Chic Newb collection.

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Urban Decay Naked Basics Palette Tutorial

Urban Decay Faint used to fill in brows

I also show you how you can use Faint, in a pinch, to fill in brows. I think it looks pretty natural.

Urban Decay Naked Basics Palette Tutorial

Below are the individual steps and their instructions.

Apply Walk of Shame all over

First start by applying Urban Decay Walk of Shame from the lashline to eyebrows.

Apply Naked2 to lid and lower lid and crease

Apply Naked 2 to lid, lower lid and crease, blending upwards.

Apply Faint to the outer V

Apply Faint to the outer V.

Tightline the upper lash line with Crave

Tightline the upper lash line with Crave, thickening the liner at the outer lid.

Apply Geek Chic Newb to the inner lid

Apply Geek Chic Newb to the inner lid, blending with Naked 2.

Highlight under the brows with Venus

Highlight under the brows with Venus.

Apply mascara. Line the lower waterline with Midnight Cowboy pencil

Apply mascara. Line the lower waterline with Midnight Cowboy 24/7 eyeliner pencil.

Urban Decay Naked Basics Palette Tutorial

 

Urban Decay Naked Basics Palette Tutorial

Urban Decay Naked Basics Palette Tutorial

Wearing BECCA Ultimate Coverage Complexion Crème in Shell

Eyes

  • Cover FX Anti-Age Smoothing Primer
  • Urban Decay Walk of Shame (Naked Basics) – browbone to lash line
  • Urban Decay Naked 2 (Naked Basics) – Lid and crease, blended upwards, along outer lower lid (lightly)
  • Urban Decay Faint (Naked Basics) – outer v
  • Urban Decay Crave  (Naked Basics) – tightlined at the upper lash line, slightly thickened at the outer corner, blended into the outer v
  • Urban Decay Venus (Naked Basics) – highlight under the brows
  • Geek Chic Cosmetics Newb – inner lid
  • It Cosmetics Tightline Mascara Primer
  • Too Faced Better Than Sex Mascara
  • Urban Decay 24/7 Midnight Cowboy Pencil – lower waterline

Brows

  • Urban Decay Faint (Naked Basics) – to fill in brows

Face

  • Nyx Pore Filler
  • Silk Naturals Flattery Illuminating Powder
  • BECCA Ultimate Coverage Complexion Crème in Shell
  • e.l.f. Makeup Mist & Set
  • Geek Chic Newb – blush

Lips

  • Urban Decay 24/7 pencil in Obsessed
  • Geek Chic Newb – lipstick

I’m going to try applying the BECCA Ultimate Coverage Complexion Creme a few different ways. I didn’t like how it looked on my skin. It was heavy and streaky and hard to blend out. I used the e.l.f. Makeup Mist & Set to try and make it spread better. The shade Shell is a pretty good match, maybe a touch yellow on me. I just don’t find the formula easy to work with, so I may return it.

I hope you enjoyed seeing this Naked Basics palette tutorial with a little Geek Chic Newb thrown in. You can see the Newb Necessities collection here. You already know that I love the Naked Basics palette, but it’s listed in my favorite travel beauty products. It’s just so useful!

What do you think of the BECCA Ultimate Coverage Complexion Creme foundation? Let me know!

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6 Comments

  • I love these colors and you did a great job. I wear similar colors and this is my look. I don’t need to fill in my eyebrows though I have plenty of them. Thanks for the great lesson!

  • This is such a beautiful look! I have been eye-balling the Naked Basics palette, and this tutorial may have sold me!

  • Beautiful! Thank you for this. I keep putting my Naked Basics palette aside because I can’t ever come up with a look using it. I’ve bookmarked this post!

  • I’ve not tried Becca Ultimate Coverage, but I do have another Becca foundation in my rotation — Radiant Skin Satin Finish, in Shell. I’d say it’s medium coverage (maybe light-to-medium?), and yeah, it does run slightly yellow. Once it’s blended in it’s fine, IMO. Not streaky at all, and applies well with either a brush or fingers.

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