If you follow my Facebook page you will have seen a sneak peek of a look using the above palette. I purchased this a while ago but haven’t been able to use it until now. I am sure you know by now that I adore really bold colours and this palette was all that and more.
Perfect for the summer sunshine and anytime really, Urban Decay are infamous for pigmented shadows and they do not disappoint with this one. Electric blues, powerful purples and neon greens and yellows, if you wanna take a walk on the BRIGHT side then you have come to the right place. The looks that you can create with this palette is endless. It is a little pricey at £37, however, I would say well worth it.I didn’t use a primer or base with this look and you can see the colours showed up amazingly. Some notable dupes would include the BH Cosmetics Party Girl, Sleek Ultra Mattes and Candy Collection palettes. They are half the price and have a good colour payoff. There are others out there too.
So in true ‘Go Big or Go Home’ fashion, here is the look that I came up with. No matter your eye shape or indeed colour, you can work this palette like a pro. I get a lot of questions about hooded eyes, which I have and feeling restricted to looks. Do not let your eye shape deter you. You can amp up the look or play it down. Maybe use the shadows as liner only if you want, how about emphasising your lower lash line or even using one colour. It really is down to you- just make it electric!
I used 4 colours from the palette- Fringe, Urban, Savage and Thrash.
Products used in the pic above. Lashes are by Ardell (Double up) and Mac’s Prep and Prime highlighter in Peach Lustre. I have posts on my brows, but will be doing an updated version soon. I very rarely do a winged liner on myself because my lid space is very small I
My hair was being deep conditioned so just slicked back into a ponytail.
Let me know if you have this palette and what you think. Do you like bold looks or is this too much for you? Would you like to see more looks like this or maybe a step by step pictorial?
I have a little carnival surprise for the next post. Check out my Facebook page for a little preview using the Smashbox Full Exposure Palette!
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