I’ve been loving my Naked 3 palette lately as it’s the perfect palette for Spring, and I’ve been combining it with my favourite coral lipsticks. So I thought I’d create a little step by step of how I get this look!
I start by priming my eyes with my Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer, this is my holy grail primer for my eyes, it keeps my eyeshadow on all day AND all night, it’s that good.
I used my eyeshadow in ‘Vanilla’ from my Mac palette to highlight my brow bone, but you can use the colour ‘Strange’ from the Naked 3 palette as they are practically the same, just Vanilla by Mac has some shimmer to it.
I used ‘Limit’ from the Naked 3 palette as a base colour and blended it out to my upper crease.
I then applied ‘Burnout’ on the inner corners of my eyes and blended it into the middle of my lid.
I created a kind of wing shape using the shade ‘Blackheart’ and smudged it into the centre of my lid.
I then went back in with ‘Burnout’ and lined my lower lash line with it.
I applied ‘Dust’ on the inner corner of my eye and dragged it into the middle of my lid to give it some glitter.
I then lined my upper waterline with a black eyeliner pencil.
I used Soap & Glory’s Supercat eyeliner pen to line my eyes and create a wing.
I then used the colour Virgin from my original Naked palette to brighten my inner eye corners, but you can use Strange from the Naked 3 palette as that works too!
I then added some layers of mascara and put on some Red Cherry lashes.
And finally, I added some colour to my lips using my Mac lipstick in ‘Vegas Volt’ and topped it with my Mac Pro Longwear Lipglass in Persistent Peach!
Hope you liked this look or it gave you some inspiration for your own Spring makeup routine, what eyeshadow palette is your Spring go-to?