Since the launch of this palate a few months ago, I have been obsessed with these colors. This is obviously not an everyday palate, however you can use this in addition to everyday neutrals to spice up your summer look. Urban Decay, who is known for their Naked Palates more than anything else, really hit the mark when they introduced this neon stunner to the market. Unlike many bright makeup palates, what you see is what you get. The pigmentation of every color is rich, velvety, and absolutely delicious. If your in need of ideas or inspiration, read on to see what I came up with.
I used Slow-burn (a neon orange color) on the middle of the lid and blended it out into Urban (a true grape purple). I used urban to build up intensity, adding more color at the outer corner.
I also used a highlighter (listed down below) in the inner corner,and blended it into Slow-burn. I applied a thin line of black liquid liner just to give definition, and then put on a few thousand coats of mascara. If your interested in what I used on the rest of my face, or where you can buy the products used keep reading.
Products I used:
NYX -Jumbo eye pencil in milk and can be purchased here
Urban Decay- Electric Pressed Pigment Palate and can be purchased here
L’Oreal -True Match foundation in N4 and W3 and can be purchased here
L’Oreal -True Match concealer in N6-7-8 and can be purchased here
NYX- Dark Circle Concealer in light and can be purchased here
Maybelline- Dream Lumi concealer in Ivory and can be purchased here
Rimmel- Stay Matte pressed powder in transparent and can be purchased here
MAC- blushes in Melba and Blunt and can be purchased here
The Balm- highlighter in Mary-Lou-Manizer and can be purchased here
L’Oreal- Super Slim liner in black and can be purchased here
Make Up For Ever- Smoky Lash mascara in rich black and can be purchased here
Rimmel- 1000 Kisses Stay On Lasting Lip liner in rose quartz and can be purchased here
Rimmel- Lasting Finish by Kate in 17 and can be purchased here