3 Everyday go-to eye makeup looks

Well hello to you my reader chums! Today I've got a makeup tutorial post for you, instead of a whole face look, I've chosen to show you 3 of my go-to everyday eye looks I'm loving to wear currently. 

Eye make up looks are always so fun to create as they can really change the overall look. If you're looking to try some new eye looks, here are 3 everyday go-to eye makeup looks.

3 Everyday go-to eye makeup looks

All of these looks are quick, easy and neutral, ideal to whip on just before school, college or work.

Bronze-based eye makeup look

The first look is a bronze based look, one which will help complement blue eyes and add warmth through the eyes.

Bronze eye makeup look

Before each look, I primed my eyes with Urban Decay's primer potion, to ensure it will stay put all day. For this eye look, I applied the shade 'sidecar' from the Naked palette all over the lid and blended the shade 'cover' from the Naked 2 basics in the outer corner to give the eye some warmth/depth. I used the shade 'virgin' for an inner corner highlight.
Bronze based eye makeup look

'Sidecar' is a lovely shimmery bronze shade, it's highly pigmented and very creamy/rich when applied, I just love it.

sidecar shade naked urban decay palette

'Cover' is probably my favourite shade out of the Naked 2 basics palette, its the perfect mid matte brown shade, which is just amazing blended in the outer corner with an array of eye shadows, to achieve more depth to the eye.

Cover naked basics palette

Gold eye make up look

The second look is one I wear the most out of the three and is more of a gold eye look. Again, I primed my eyes and used the shade 'half baked' all over the lid. I love the shade 'half baked', it's such a beautiful highly pigmented gold colour with the perfect amount of shimmer. 

For somebody who usually is more of a bronze eye shadow girl, it definitely changed my opinion on gold-based eye shadows. To warm up the eye, I blend the shade 'buck through the outer corner and slightly in the crease. I'd say 'buck' is slightly darker than 'cover' and gives more of a contoured eye look. I also then apply 'virgin' in the inner corner.

gold eye makeup look
gold eye makeup look

This look is the most dressy out of the three because it has more of that party/night out and adds a little bit of glamour.
buck naked palette eye shadow

Natural everyday eye shadow look

The last look is the most natural and subtle out of the three. For the lid, I used the shade 'sin' from the Naked palette, which is this pale pink shade that adds a lovely sweep of colour to the eye. To then add more definition and colour, from the Naked 2 basics I blended 'cover' in the outer corner and a bit of 'primal' as well to darken it up.

natural eye shadow look

sin eye shadow naked palette

cover eye shadow naked basics palette

'Virgin' is the most beautiful highlighting shade and I've been loving to use it for the inner corner of every single eye look.
Virgin eye shadow naked palette

For all these looks, I drew a simple black line with L'oreal's super liner above my lashes and applied a couple of coats of Maybelline's the falsies mascara.

I hope you enjoyed these quick and easy everyday eye looks!

Thank you for reading <3


  1. These are some great looks. :)
    I recently got the Naked palette so I can definitely do similar looks.


  2. Aw you're so lucky! The last look is my favourite :)


  3. Loved all of the looks. So pretty.


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  5. Love it hun xox


  6. Nice shades :))



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