My signature eye look is the smoky eye, and I'm currently obsessed with the new Naked Smoky Palette from Urban Decay.
The palette comes in varying shades in golds, browns, blacks, and nudes!
Check out the catchy new names of the eyeshadow hues like:
High, Dirtysweet, Radar, Armor, Slanted, Dagger, Black Market, Smolder, Password, Whiskey, Combust, and Thirteen.
Get the Candy Smoky Eye with Urban Decay's Naked Smoky Palette:
Step 1: Apply make-up primer under the eye and on the entire eye lid.
Step 2: Apply black eyeliner on lower and upper eyelids. Apply a thin line around the entire eye, including the inside crease closest to the bridge of the nose, (a la the cat-eye effect).
Step 3: Apply Thirteen on the entire eye lid
Step 4: Apply Black Market on the entire lower lid (leaving the upper lid naked)
Step 5: Apply Radar along the top lower eye lid, not the entire lower lid, just trace on top of the eye liner and apply to the inside creases closet to the bridge of the nose
Step 6: Blend the already applied Black Market into the upper eye lid to create a fade-in effect
Step 7: Apply black mascara to the upper and lower eyelashes
You can pick up your very own Urban Decay Naked Smoky Palette for $54, available at Sephora, ULTA and select Macy’s stores. Or, online at sephora.com, ulta.com, macys.com, beauty.com and urbandecay.com!
Create your very own signature Smoky Eye look and share it with me, @CandyWashington, @UrbanDecay, and @CNSway!
About Urban Decay Naked Smoky:
The key to nailing the most sought-after and elusive eye look ever? Urban Decay’s Naked Smoky—loaded with ALL the essentials for the perfect neutral smoky eye. Urban Decay packed their newest Naked palette with a dozen sultry, smoky neutrals—nine never-before-seen shades and three exclusives. Experiment with warm bronzes, dimensional grays, rich browns, gorgeous taupes and deep black. From mattes to satins to shades with sparkle, Naked Smoky has it all and it includes everything you need in one palette: a true range of shades, the perfect brushes, even detailed tutorials!
*Although this is a sponsored post by Urban Decay and Conde Nast, all opinions are my own