Quick FOTD using Urban Decay's Smoked Palette

9:13 AM

I adore this look I created today simply because of it's subtle edginess, it almost has a "I slept in my makeup but I do not care" feeling.  Plus my hair is a hot mess, so that adds to the effect.  Seldom do I actually wear a look like this, but I felt like going out of the box a little.  I also told myself I would not get the latest Urban Decay palette because the colors looked too dark for me, but I am glad I changed my mind.  I'm not going to go into much detail because I am getting ready to visit my grandparents and run some errands for my mom.

Products Used and Steps:
Too Faced Shadow Insurance
Urban Decay Smoked Palette: Freestyle, Kinky and Rockstar.  Freestyle was applied from the crease to the browbone.  I applied kinky just under the brows.  I applied Rockstar on the lid and blended into the crease.  I tapered it out a bit on the outside edges and applied it along the lower lash line.
Maybelline Mega Plush Mascara
L'Oreal Lumi Foundation
Smashbox Halo
Korres Cheek Butter in Eros Coral: applied on my cheek bones and lips.

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  1. This looks so pretty Kristen!! I keep telling myself I'm not going to buy this palette since I already have the Naked palette, the Naked2 palette, & the 15th Anniverary Palette, but I still kind of think I'm going to get it. Lol

  2. Thank you =) That is exactly what I told myself, too, lol. I don't have the 15th anniversary palette, so I figured I could get away with it. But I do have the Black Palette, which actually has darker shades. I didn't think I would like the darker jewel tones, but I was very wrong. I'm just happy I did not have any of the other shades already, lol.


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