I do not consider myself a make-up expert, especially when it comes to eyeshadows. Not very talented at applying them, maybe because I rarely use such products. However, one of my friends is very talented at this, and she says it only takes practice. Which is true in its biggest part. That’s why I always keep one eyeshadow palette in my make-up bag – for the moments when I feel like experimenting with a shimmering look.
Urban Decay Naked Eyeshadow Palette
The eyeshadow palette I have in my beauty bag is Urban Decay Naked 3. It features shades from pale shimmering pink to indulgent chocolate brown – which go great my green eyes. To be honest, for me not many colors match well the green eye, but these here are quite nice. What’s more, each shade has been made using the brand’s unique Pigment Infusion System™ – a proprietary blend of ingredients which ensures velvety-rich texture, intense colour, serious staying power and blendability. The latter is exactly what I find hard doing. Anyway, if you’d like to buy an eyeshadow palette, I recommend you try this one. I’m very happy with it and it comes in different colors.
Since I have other Urban Decay products at home, I wanted to share two more that are very good in my opinion and that help me achieve the shimmering look.
Urban Decay Naked Flushed
Bronze. Glow. Blush. Three steps that give the skin the perfect fresh and glowy look. These shades diffuse light as they enhance and perfect. They are intensely pigmented, yet they blend beautifully as the texture feels luxe and featherlight. This product is very nice for traveling purposes as it is compact and unites 3 types of products in 1, which can be used separately or even mixed in one. Definitely would recommend for enhancing the shimmering look.
Urban Decay Perversion Mascara
Even though it doesn’t “sound” like a mascara I would use, I was surprised upon trying it. It has got an ultra-creamy, lengthening and volumising effect covering the lashes in deep black. Yet, it still appears kind of natural as lashes do not stick together. And it adds depth to the shimmering look I would recreate with the eyeshadow palette.