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How to: Urban Decay Naked Reloaded Palette

How to: Urban Decay Naked Reloaded Palette
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Unmute your neutrals and re-think the classic neutral-smokey eye with the Urban Decay Naked Palette. Made up of 12 brand new, universally flattered hues, the palette has been designed for everyone - irrespective of gender, age and skin tone.

To celebrate the reinvention of the classic Urban Decay Naked Palette, a true beauty icon, we have teamed up with Urban Decay to create a divine look using the Naked Reloaded Eyeshadow Palette.

Urban Decay Naked Reloaded Palette: graphic eye look


Begin by prepping the skin with Quick Fix Hydracharge Prep Spray to add a boost of hydration to your skin to create a dewy canvas and minimise redness.

Follow by creating a natural-looking, radiant base by mixing one or two drops of Drop Shot Mix-In Facial Oil with Naked Skin Liquid Makeup and conceal any imperfections with Naked Skin Concealer. Simply place where needed and blend out for a very natural, fresh-faced finish.


Create a fluffy brow using Brow Finish in the clear shade 'Ozone' pushing the hairs upwards for a 'boy-brow' look. Take the pencil end of Brow Blade and use upward strokes to create the illusion of individual hairs before switching to the ink stain pen to whisp out the brows from end to tail, creating a little more texture.


Prime your eyelids from the lash line all the way up to your eyebrow with Eyeshadow Primer Potion in a the warm brown shade 'Caffeine' which works to both enhance the pigment of the shades your apply on top and extend the wear time of your look.


Using a flat eyeshadow brush such as the E207 spritzed with All Nighter Setting Spray, use the shade 'Barely Baked' from the palette to create a liquid metal effect. Use the flat round edge of the brush to define the crease and fill the lid half way.

Taking a fluffy brush such as the E202, use the shade 'Burn' to blend the edge of the shade ‘Barely Baked’ in the centre of the lid.


With an angled brush wet with a little All Nighter Setting Spray, create a graphic wing from the centre of the lid. Used the shade 'Burn' to create the shape and then fill with the shade 'End Game'. Line the top and bottom water line with a deep-toned pencil liner.


Apply lashing of Perversion Mascara to your top lashes to add dramatic volume, length and definition.

For your bottom lashes, put away your mascara wand and pick up an angled brush and simply paint the lashes. It's so much easier to define them this way. No clumps, no big clumsy wand so close to your eye and no smudges! - Jordan Liberty, MUA & Influencer -


For highlight, mix shades 'PSA' and 'Sin' from the Sin Afterglow Blush Highlighter Palette to shade and define the face, adding a beautiful glow to the complexion.


Set everything in place with All Nighter Setting Spray to keep your makeup in place for hours and ensure a picture-perfect finish.

Want the perfect selfie? Avoid contouring as it is not light adaptive and can look stripy. Instead, shape and define the face using highlighter. When the reflective pigments in the highlighter are facing the light they will be picked up and will look even more highlighted and  you will see more of the depth of the pigment in areas of the face that are not facing the light i.e. the hollows of the cheeks. - Jordan Liberty, MUA & Influencer -

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