Friday 29 August 2014

Urban Decay Naked Palette 2: Night Out Smokey Eyes

Hey Everyone!
Hope you all are well :)

Last week there wasn't a write up on the blog. I didn't think it was necessary being that the video was a video review of a product, all of the information was in the video! As quite a lot of enjoyed that style of video it will be something I try to do every so often. It is more time consuming than a regular makeup tutorial which is why I won't be uploading them too frequently. However, next Saturday I do have another review video but that will be my last for the next little while. Unfortunately I'm starting back college soon, I just wont have the time *sigh*.
Anyway, todays tutorial was another highly requested look. Well actually I kind of merged two tutorials into the one today, killed two birds with the one stone and all that jazz! Another one of my most highly requested looks are ones involving the Urban Decay Naked Palettes. I think I have....5 tutorials maybe? Using palettes one, two and three but when a tutorial is this highly requested I cant ignore it ha! So many of you wanted another tutorial using the Naked Palette 2 so here it is.
Along with that I know a lot of people wanted a night out/date night makeup look, this tutorial is my interpretation of that. 
With all that said, I hope you enjoy the look I created and as always the tutorial will be linked at the bottom of this post :)

Products Used:

e.l.f cosmetics Eyelid Primer 'Sheer'
Urban Decay Naked Palette 2
Wet n Wild Megaliner Liquid Eyeliner '861 Black'
Cala Eyelashes '20'
Inglot Soft Precision Eyeliner '20'

Wet n Wild Coverall Foundation Fair/Light
Wet n Wild Coverall Powder Fair/Light
Sleek MakeUP Contour Kit Light (review here)
theBalm Mary-Lou Manizer 

Inglot Soft Precision Lipliner '58'
Collection Gothic Glam Lipstick 'Seduction 1'

Like I said above if you would like to see the tutorial, the just click on the play button below! Hope you enjoy the video :)

Thanks for tuning in!
Eimear x


  1. love this makeup, you are very talented!

  2. Hi Eimear,

    Thanks so much for doing this tutorial. You look stunning & I can't wait to try it out myself!

    Just wondered if it was possible to post what kind of brushes you used for this look? I think part of my problem is not having the right ones so it never turns out how I want it to! Thanks so much :)