I created a bright happy neon makeup tutorial with orange and hot pink from the Urban Decay Electric palette and the Kat Von D Shade + Light Eye Contour palette. I was trying to think of a way to use the warm shades from the KVD and realized that they would work well with orange, which would look nice together.
Bright Happy Neon Makeup Tutorial
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Urban Decay Primer Potion
Kat Von D Liberatus -- browbone
Kat Von D Ludwin -- hood of eye
Urban Decay Slowburn -- inner 1/3 and outer 1/3 lid, inner and outer lower lid, hood of lid
Urban Decay Savage -- center of lid, center of lower lid
Katy Perry by Eylure Darling False Lashes
Urban Decay 24/7 Liquid Liner in Perversion
Kat Von D Shax -- roots of lower lashes
Urban Decay Brow Beater in Neutral Brown
Urban Decay Brow Tamer in Clear
Cover FX Illuminating Primer
NARS Light Reflecting Loose Setting Powder
Cover FX CC Cream in N-Xtra Light
OCC John Doe -- Contour
Too Faced Baby Love -- blush
Notoriously Morbid Power of the Fae -- highlighter
Urban Decay 24/7 Pencil in Native
Notoriously Morbid Gloss in Pale of Sanity (slightly gold gloss just at the center of the lips)
As you can probably tell from the pictures, the Urban Decay Neutral Brown pencil is really warm on me when I wear it. It does work for this look, but it’s not a color I would normally wear. However, I love the formula of both the pencil and the brow gel. It’s really nice and comfortable to wear.
I went really light with my blush and my lips, though my first instinct was to reach for some orange lipstick to go with this look. I feel like those lashes work really well with the eyeshadow. I keep practicing with lashes and I’m slowly getting better.
Anyway, I rarely wear orange so I hope you like how this turned out! While I’m definitely wanting to play more with the Electric Palette, I’ll probably skip Slowburn next time and do something with Gonzo.
The Kat Von D Palette was definitely the perfect choice for pairing with the Electric palette. I was really happy with how nicely the peachy shade Ludwin worked with Slowburn.
What colors would you pair together with these palettes?
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