FOTD: Urban Decay 15th Anniversary Palette Look #1

I was supposed to show you the FOTD that I did for my birthday
but instead I did a re-make and made a short tutorial using the Urban Decay 15th anniversary palette.
Hopefully, you won’t get bored with this FOTD.
This is the type of look that I enjoy wearing in public.
For me, it’s really wearable and looks sophisticated for my small eyes ~ still in my comfort zone.
Final look…
1 Urban Decay 15th Anniversary Palette Look #1
Here are what I used….
2 The products i used for the looks
For the Eyes:
Mac Lingering Auto-Eye Pencil
Urban Decay Eye Primer Potion
NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil in Yougurt
Urban Decay 15th Anniversary Palette
Laura Mercier Tighline Cake Eyeliner+Activator
Mac Gel liner in Blacktrack
Loreal Double Wear Mascara
For The Face:
Laura Mercier Oil-Free Foundation Primer
Shu Uemura Face Architect Liquid Foundation in 974
Laura Mercier Undercover Pot -2
Laura Mercier Loose Powder
Bobbi Brown in Natural
Shu Uemura Color Atelier- Soft Coral
Nars Copacabana- as highlighter
For the Lips:
Eos Lip Balm
NYX Black Label in Bling
NYX Mega shine in Beige
Face:
1. I start by applying my Oil-free Foundation Primer from Laura Mercier.
2. Next, I apply my Shu Uemura face Architect Smoothing Liquid foundation in 974 Shade using Sigma F50 Stippling Brush.
3. Then, I conceal my blemishes and dark circles with Laura Mercier’s Undercover Pot 2 with LM’s concealer brush.
4. I set my my foundation by lightly dusting a bit of Laura Mercier’s Loose Powder using Mac 150-Large Floppy Brush.

Bronzer/Blusher:
1. I apply Bobbi Brown in Natural with a small contour brush MAC 109- tap the excess and apply lightly to all the spots where the sun naturally shines-forehead, cheeks, nose, and chin.
2. Then for my Blusher, I apply the Shu Uemura Colour Atelier in M Soft Coral with Mac 129 Blush Brush.

Brows:
1. I fill in my brows using Mac Lingering Auto-pencil – to get rid of sparseness in between hairs.
2. I apply Bloom Brow Gel to tame and hold my brows.

Eyes:
1. Prime my lids with Urban Decay Primer potion to make the shadows stay vivid and last longer.
2. I also use NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil in Yogurt to add extra pop of color blend with my fingertips.

3 urban decay palette
3. Using Mac 239 brush or any soft eyeshadow brush that could easily pack and pick-up color. Apply the dark eyeshadow, Evidence from Urban Decay 15th Anniversary Palette on the outer corner of the eye in a horizontal “V”-shape~creating an illusion of a deep set eyes.
Using any Blending Brush (I only use the Mac 217 Brush) Blend a little of it inward up to the middle crease, then lightly and gradually diffuse the color above the crease~ create a gradient, blend out any harsh line, and soften the color.
4 eye make up
4. Add some fun color like Junkshow to the inner/middle lid, with Mac 239 soft eyeshadow brush.
5. You may use a highlighter to bring out more of that wide-awake look, here I dab a bit of Vanilla eyeshadow from the same palette–tap the excess and pat on the inner corner of the eye and on the the brow bone
7 how i did my eyeshadow
6. I tightline my upper and lower lashline using LM Tightline cake liner with Sigma E15 or any flat definer~ to make my lashes look fuller and thicker.
I also apply Mac Blacktrack gel liner using same brush Sigma E15 ~just a very thin line to define my eyes.

7. Curl the Lashes and finish it with a good Lengtening Mascara. I use the Loreal Double extension. You may also use a Faux Lashes to give an extra oomph.

Lips:
1. Prep the Lips with a lip balm.
2. I finish the look by applying a light, toned-down neutral shade lipstick~ NYX Black Label in Bling.
3. You may also use a lip gloss to add and enhance the overall effect of your make-up. Here, I used Nyx Megashine Lipgloss in Beige.

8 finale look2nd
wee, Hope you like!

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