I’m back with my Color Combination series! In case you missed the first set of looks using my Nude’tude palette from theBalm, you can find them here.
What the Color Combination series is, where I feature several eye looks that can be created using only one palette.
This go around, I will be using Urban Decay’s Vice 2 palette. You can find swatches and a first impression post here. This is a limited edition palette, so get your hands on it while you can. It’s simply amazing!!
Let’s get started, shall we?
-Swatches of Dope, Toxic, Habit, Ambush, and Rewind-
For this first look, I decided to use the more neutral shadows in the palette, for a more natural, everyday wear eye look.
- I started with applying Rewind to my crease and blending it in with a blending brush.
- I then took Toxic and applied that to my entire lid area. Making sure to pack the color in well.
- I then took an angled brush and applied Ambush to the outer half of my lid.
- With a clean blending brush, I blended everything in well. I tried not to take Ambush into my crease much.
- With the color Dope I highlighted the inner corners and highlighted my brow bone with Habit.
- I used Rewind and Ambush on my lower lash line.
- I used my favorite nude eyeliner for my waterline and a brown eyeliner for my top lash line.
- I finished off the look with a couple coats of mascara.
I really like the rose gold-y (is that a word) look you get with the combination of these shadows. Subtle enough for everyday wear.
This is definitely a more simple look, perfect for someone on-the-go, since it’s so easy to achieve.
Thank you so much for reading! Definitely keep an eye out for more eye looks using this beautiful palette!
What do you think?
Do you own this palette?
Will you be trying it out?
Until next time beauties! Have a lovely weekend!
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