Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Urban Decay Naked Palette Video Tutorial

Hey everyone! I feel like it's been a bajllion years since my last update although it's only been one week. Well, I had an excellent break at the lake and it was great to finally have a really relaxing time with my only obligations being reading all of the huge September issues of fashion magazines and taking midday naps while laying out on the dock. My worst problems were wondering if my sunscreen washed off and being sore from jetskiing so much. I'm not gonna lie, I can't wait to go back! 

I'll do a small update on all that in a few days but today I wanted to do a good, meaty update since it's been so long since my last post. I've gotten tons of requests to do a look using the Urban Decay Naked Palette which I was totally obliged to do considering I've been using it nearly every day since I bought it.

You'll have to forgive my GINORMOUS zits because it was that "time of the month" which I added in the video because I'm a classy lady like that. No matter. I wore this look to church and I'm pretty sure God isn't as offended as mere humans at the sight of hormonal growths on chins. ;)




Products mentioned:

Missha Perfect Cover BB Cream #23
Urban Decay Primer Potion
Urban Decay Naked Palette - virgin, half baked, darkhorse, creep
Urban Decay 24/7 pencil in Whiskey (included in Naked palette)
MAC Fluidline in Blacktrack
Shu Uemura Eyelash Curler
Fairy Drops Mascara
Shisem Eyelash in XOG "teuk"
LashGrip waterproof eyelash adhesive in Dark
MAC Blot Powder in Medium Dark
Lioele Artist Auto Eyebrow in Black
Rock & Republic Pressed Contrived Blush in Call Me
Rimmel Lasting Finish Lipstick in Airy Fairy

And of course, the look in a few photos. Can I just rave for a minute on how much I LOVE this lipstick? Rimmel Lasting Finish is my new favorite drugstore lipstick for sure. I've been wearing Airy Fairy as an everyday staple as well. It's the perfect warm pink with just a hint of golden sheen.



The eyelids now with nifty shading action™!


I'm also wearing my most favorite Pins & Needles eyelet dress from Urban Outfitters which is now on sale online here. The 0 fits me perfectly even though it's strapless! I also  my silver lamb necklace. ^.^


Also, Eyeko Rain polish on my nails. It's a nice dusty blue/grey.



I think that's about it! I hope this tutorial was helpful for some of you lucky ladies that managed to snag one of the PERMANENT Naked palettes. Yup, permanent and still that crazy-hard to get ahold of. That reminds me, I'm pretty sure UD is going to be on Hautelook tomorrow. Probably won't be likely to have the Naked Palette already but it's worth a shot, no? (Nobody is obligated to sign up with my invite, but if you do need one you can sign up to join Hautelook here. :)

Everyone have a nice middle-of-the-week!



45 comments:

  1. Thank you for the pictures and the video. Your UD Makeup is so pretty. I was lucky enough to have been able to walk into Sephora and find that it was in stock a few weeks ago. I went back to see if I could get another palette for someone but alas, it was gone.

    *Kat*

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  2. Yay Naked palette tutorial! Thanks Jen :) Man now I want to buy the palette now... your daytime smoky look is gorgeous!!!!!

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  3. pretty! and lol at your husband just walking around in the back.

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  4. Really great tutorial! You put your make up on so quickly! I can only be bothered with maybe one eyeshadow and liner in the mornings :P I think I need more practice!

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  5. Umm...what breakouts?? I'm squinting at the screen now and see none...you are too funny.

    I love the colors in this smokey eye and will have to try and recreate with my cheap Stila alternative from Hautelook...whenever that arrives.

    Love seeing the eyelet dress in action finally, and can't wait to see the Chanel now that it's arrived too!!

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  6. what a lovely palette to take on the go! these colors are so universal... love the look =)

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  7. WEIRD! i may have to try out airy fairy again, i tried it once before and it just looked soo purplish to me :( maybe someone switched the color sticker on me or something. who knows. love the look, love the vid! can't wait to start using my palette :D

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  8. haha congrats on snagging a Naked palette! I've heard nothing but good things about it. Very nice, neutral EOTD and omg I love Airy Fairy as well, used up about half the tube last year.

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  9. what a great tutorial!

    I was wondering what music you're playing in the background? it's so pretty!

    Also, where do you buy shisem lashes?

    thanks!

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  10. absolutely gorgeous as usual! you're such a doll jen <3 thanks for all the lovely tutorials!

    please do an snsd look sometime, haha. (: run devil run make up would be awesome!

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  11. Hello,

    Always visit your blog and love the tutorials and reviews that you post!
    It's a great incentive for anyone who is Asian and has difficulty in the shape of the eye makeup, and they are more oblique.

    If you want to know the blog Lov Lilac, will be very happy! The Lilac Lov is created by three friends and all descendants of Orientals. Two of us living in Japan and one lives in Brazil. There posted on makes, cosmetics, health, trends. It is still a recent blog and hope that one day be complete as yours!

    Thank you and much success!
    Kisses

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  12. you are gorgeous as always Jen. Thanks for the tutorial. :D I'm going to buy the palette now..

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  13. Thanks for the tutorial! It's a really pretty look. =)

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  14. awesome! you're so pretty *o* can you do a review on the missha bb cream?

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  15. Ooh, pretty look! I just got the palette the other day and I'm quite the amateur so I'm glad you made a tutorial using it. I'm not sure if you posted it somewhere already, but what brushes did you use? The one you used to put on the gel liner looks so easy to use.

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  16. very pretty daytime smokey look jen! thanks for the tut :)

    i really didnt like the eyeko rain NP when i saw swatches from other sites, but you make it look so good! :D

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  17. You are so pretty without any makeup ^^

    Love the eyeshadows, they are so pigmented and I like the look that you did with them :)
    It's too bad that they don't sell this pallet in Holland.

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  18. love the look.
    heheh can see ur hubbi in the back doing stuff in ur video. =p

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  19. love this tutorial! just had one question, though...to get double eyelids, did you glue your false lashes to the skin higher than your lashline? or do you glue them like normal, and it just works out that way for you?
    thanks Jen, love everything you do!

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  20. Great look! And zit? I see no zit =P Your makeup skills must be fantastic if there really was a zit =)

    http://xmaterialgirlsx.blogspot.com/

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  21. omg i'm trying super super hard not to buy this palette but these posts on it are testing my self control (which really is lack there of) :P

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  22. Hi Jen, do you still use any of the lids tape? I dont see it on video. Just want to know if there are new ways you found on making double eyelids without the tape.

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  23. great tutorial. please have more tutorial on naked palette please!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)

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  24. Thanks for the tutorial. Looks so good!! Can't wait to get this palette!!

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  25. You look naturally beaut in this.
    BTW, that lamb necklace is so fricken adorable

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  26. You looks stunning as usual =) I want that palette now XP

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  27. You look gorgeous no matter what Jen! :)

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  28. The reason why I love your videos is because most of the looks you do is never over the top and is just perfect. Even this kind of smoky eye look can work for both day and night. UD makes fabulous eyeshadows, and the naked palette is no exception. If anyone out there is still on the fence about it, I would also recommend this set!

    And... no need to apologize for breakouts. Even so, your face/complexion is the perfect canvas for creating many different looks!

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  29. i love what you did with your naked palette. pretty so preeeeeeeeeeeeety.

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  30. Hey Jenn, loved the look! I have a quick question: How come you use Medium Dark blot powder? Is it to help the BB cream match your skin better? Thanks!

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  31. I just saw the Bra Fitting video that you posted today. You are totally awesome for covering topics like these it was very informative and helped me as well. Im small framed as well! Andd that your are so freakn gorgeous!!! ^.^

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  32. Like your earrings, where did you get them?

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  33. You are too cute! I adore your blog & love the palette. & your man in the backround - visiting the fridge was too cute : )

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  34. I soooooo want this palette! You look gorgeous! Asian Beauty... whoot whoot!

    <3 Thyda at thydsterz.blogspot.com

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  35. Hey Jen!

    First of all I have to say I've become a huge fan! Your works are so inspiring, and your tutorials are the only ones I can ever watch (some makeup gurus just ain't real if you know what I mean...)!

    Anyways, I've managed to lay my hands on the palette and I can't wait to try this look! I do have a question though: why do you layer MAC Blacktrack over UB Whisky? I started using eyeliner very recently (having previously believed that people with monolids shouldn't even try), so I am only OK at using a pencil eyeliner. I haven't tapped into falsies yet either. I'm just wondering what differences it would make to layer a gel liner over a pencil one (before I decide to splurge out on MAC. That stuff is even more expensive here in Europe).

    Thanks so much in advance! I'll keep following your blog!

    Sunny xx

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  36. Great tutorial Jen! I was just wondering where you were able to snag some fairy drop mascara - I have searched all over the internet for it and can't find it anywhere! Thank you

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  37. Hi! I was wondering where you got the lamb necklace? I looked on the Urban Outfitters website but I wasn't sure that's where you purchased it from. Thanks!
    Summer

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  38. Do you think that by wearing false lashes your crease will become more defined? It totally looked like you had double eyelid tape on in this video! :D

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  39. Hi Jen! I really like this tutorial and I have very happy that my friend told me about your blog. I was wondering if the Lioele Artist Auto Eyebrow in gray black is the same one that you used? I can't seem to find this product in black. Thanks so much!

    Becky

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  40. My naked palette finally came in today and first thing is try out your look! Thanks for the tutorial Jen :)

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  41. Jen, I finally got the Naked palette and just tried your tutorial out and I am loving the final look. You made it really easy and it was so much fun to use a few shadows at once. Love this look :) Thanks! xx

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  42. I love your blog and your tutorials! :)
    May I ask which brush you used to apply the MAC blot powder? (the big brush with translucent handle). Thanks~~

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  43. Hello,

    Where can I get some good false eyelashes?

    Thanks,
    Debbie

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  44. Hello... how can i get the original naked eye shadow? Please inform your feedback in my email. remizah.ej@gmail.com.

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