Makeup tutorial: An everyday look

Well hello to you my reader chums, long time no see! As mentioned in previous blogs I'm going to post an everyday look using the smoked palette by urban decay. I wear this look on days where I like to wear eye shadow which isn't everyday. For eye makeup on some days I just apply winged liner and mascara. Here's the final look:
Here's all the products needed to achieve this look: 

For the base I first apply Maybelline's BB cream with the buffer brush from real techniques followed by the concealer under my eyes and on any blemishes with a flat foundation brush. I like to use the BB cream on days where my skin needs a boost. To set the BB cream and concealer I use the oh so famous stay matte powder by Rimmel. To add a bit of colour to my very pale skin I dust the bourjois bronzer all over my face, focuses on the cheekbones and temple area.  The last step is to then apply the Topshop blush in head over heels on my cheeks with my fingers.

Now onto the eyes using this beautiful palette! I use the urban decay primer position to prime my eye lids up to my brow bone. 
For eye shadow I begin by applying kinky, a creamy shade on my lids and all the way to the brow bone as a base and highlight. I then use freestyle all over the lid and slightly in the crease which is this nude type colour.
I then blend barlust through the crease which is this lovely medium brown colour with a hint of shimmer. 
The last shade I use is back door which is this dark matte brown. I put this in the outer corner and blend out. 

To finish this look, I draw a thin line of this black liner perversion by urban decay on my upper lash line. Sometimes I would add a wing too. Also I line my water line with a white liner to open up the eyes.
The last thing I do is curl my lashes and apply the great lash by Maybelline.

Here's a close up of the final look with winged liner! Thank you for reading I hope you enjoyed <3


  1. That's a gorgeous look. I have that palette and it has some gorgeous colours in it.

  2. great products, pretty makeup :)


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