Sunday, 21 September 2014

I'm Basically Naked - A Tutorial

I love using the naked basic pallete for everyday looks. It has all the basic colours you would ever need, they're all matte apart from the first shade which is a shimmery white. I have reviewed the pallete on my blog so if you're interested in that I would recommend you to check it out. 

This tutorial is a really light natural look but still looks very put together. This look would be lovely paired with a statement peice of clothing as it is so neutral. 

I started off with evening out my completion with foundation and setting it with powder. I filled in my brows and added a bit of bronzer to put some colour back into my face. 

I primed my eyes using the urban decay primer potion. 

I used 'walk of shame' all over my lid to even out the discolouration. I packed on the colour using the real techniques base shadow brush. 

Using the top of the same brush I applied 'Venus' in the inner corner to brighten up my eyes.

Once again using the tip of the brush I swept 'naked 2' into my crease, then blended it out with the real techniques deluxe crease brush.

I then lightly applies 'faint' in the outer corner to deepen up the look and once again blended it out.

I mixed 'faint' and 'crave' and pushed it into my upper and lower lash line the smudged it out using the sephora professional smudge brush. 

After curling my lashes I applied 2 coats of the maybeline the rocket mascara in brown. I swept some of Tanya burrs lipgloss in afternoon tea over my lips. And were done! 

Toodle pip 
Ailbhe x

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