Saturday, 30 August 2014

My Day Time 'Naked 3' Eye






1. After priming my lid with the NYX jumbo pencil in milk (I love it!), I apply Strange all over my lid to create a natural base.

2. Then Nooner is added in my crease to define it, I do this for the outer 3 quarters of my eye.

3. I then put Mugshot in my outer V and also add some to the outer part of my eyelid.

4. Finally mascara and a thin line of eyeliner is added and its done! Simple I know but I thought I'd share my combination!



As you can see its very natural even though the dark brown is used. I highly recommend this palette!







Whats your everyday eye combination?

12 comments:

  1. What a nice natural look you got there! I don't own the Naked 3 but it's one palette I've always wanted and someday I'll have it! However I may get the Makeup Revolution ICONIC 3 - a dupe - to at least enjoy the colours!!

    My everyday eye combination is from the Naked basics palette <3 I go with nude tones and I love it.

    Crissy @ My Cup Of Tea

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    1. Oh I really want the basics palette! the colours seem like ones I would totally use

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  2. Guh, I need this palette xx

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  3. Love the naked 3! Such a staple for me. I quite like using burnout as a base, then nooner in the crease and strange in the inner corner - great tutorial :) x

    Jasmin Charlotte

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    1. oh sounds like a lovely combo, Ill have to try it!

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  4. love this day time look , it looks effortlessly beautiful and i love how it looks so natural
    xx
    www.marylee31.blogspot.com

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  5. perfect day time eye just adds enough definition

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    x

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  6. Gorgeous everyday look! :D

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    1. Thank you, I love how simple it is!

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