October 23, 2012

EOTD with Urban Decay Dangerous Palette

I finally caved and bought the Urban Decay palette at Ulta recently; I just couldn't resist the rich, dark colors in the palette any longer now that the weather is so perfect and cool. For this look I used one of my favorite techniques - a layer of my Nyx Jumbo Eye Pencil in Black Bean in my outer v before applying my shadow!

I patted Mushroom all over my lid. Then I applied Deeper in the middle of my lid. I blended some of the shade Evidence into my crease. Finally I used a little navy eyeliner in the outer corner.

Products Used
- Urban Decay Primer Potion original primer (lovesss it)
- NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil in Black Bean
- Urban Decay Dangerous Palette: Mushroom, Deeper, Evidence
- L'Oreal HiP eyeliner in Navy
- Hard Candy Glamoflauge in Light
- Maybelline Eye Studio MasterShape Brow Pencil in Blonde
- Bare Escentuals Buxom mascara in Blackest Black

It's funny, last time I posted an EOTD I said I needed a new eyebrow pencil/tool/situation because my eyebrows looked too ruddy in the photos and I did get a new one!! I've been using the new Maybelline Eye Studio eyebrow pencil in blonde for at least a month now, so I'll try and compose a review about it. I really liked this EOTD and I felt really bold wearing it to work. Using the Nyx pencil in Black Bean to start a look helps me make more interesting eye looks that still feel comfortable to wear because it takes less steps. In other words, I use a colored base and then don't need as many shades of eyeshadow to make an impact - that in turns makes me feel comfortable because it doesn't feel like "a lot" of makeup, even though I might be wearing bold or dark shades!! 

 Do you like this look? I'd love to hear what you think!


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    1. Thank you SO much, so nice of you!! My makeup posts always make me feel more self-conscious than the nail ones :p


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