Tutorial: A MAC Cham-Pale / Urban Decay Naked Eye Look

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Everyone say hi to my new followers!!! HIIII! Thanks so much for subscribing to my channel and my blog and twitter! I’m really excited to see so many people enter my 1st giveaway already – but I couldn’t have achieved that without all these lovely twitterers that kindly tweeted about my giveaway to their loyal followers!! Please keep spreading the word – it would be lovely to get at least 50 valid entries :-)

Anyways, today I’m bringing you a neutral eye tutorial with MAC Cham-Pale and Urban Decay Naked Eye that I filmed during the holidays.javascript:void(0)

Products used:

  1. Illamasqua Rich Liquid Foundation 150
  2. Sleek MakeUp iDivine Storm Palette’s bottom-row-2nd-from-right eye shadow
  3. Urban Decay Primer Potion Eden
  4. MAC Champ-Pale Collection Paint Pot Let Me Pop
  5. Urban Decay Naked Eye Palette Pink Cheeks
  6. Urban Decay Naked Eye Palette Birthday Suit
  7. Urban Decay Naked Eye Palette In The Buff
  8. Collection 2000 Extreme 24 Hour Felt Tip Liner Teal
  9. MAC Sheertone Shimmer Blush Flirt & Tease
  10. Maybelline The Falsies Volum’ Express Waterproof Black
  11. MAC Lip Pencil Dervish
  12. MAC Pro Longwear Lipcreme Sweet Ever After

Tools used:

  1. Illamasqua foundation brush
  2. A non-branded, no-named angled brush
  3. A no-named flat, fluffy brush from Crown Brushes
  4. fakeMAC crease/blendin brush
  5. A non-branded, no-named flat, fluffy brush
  6. Sigma SSxxx brush
  7. Koji Curving Eye Lash Curler

I hope you are not getting sick of my tutorial for neutral looks! I promise I’m going to mix it up, especially once my 1st giveaway has ended and I read all your lovely comments! I will definitely take those on board!

Much love,
MsDriftedSW

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