Ombre Eyeshadow Tutorial with NAKED Palette

Hey everyone. If you want to learn how to create this look, keep reading! xo

In this tutorial am creating an ombre effect on this eye look! Ombre is the transition from light to dark colors. I am using neutral browns for this but you can use any color you wish! There are quite a few shadows in this look, so I wanted to use a well rounded palette that was easily accessible for everyone. Urban Decay's NAKED Palette is great for this look. Enjoy!

Step 1:
Prime Eyelids with Urban Decay Primer Potion ($18)
Step 2: 
Take your NAKED Palette and pat the  lightest color "Sin" and "Sidecar" (shimmery champagnes) into your inner corner and inner fourth of your eyelid. Using a MAC 239 or any shader brush with a thin tip is great to get the color in that small spot!
Step 3:
Apply "Virgin"(satin finish white) on your inner third of your eye with the same brush.
Step 4:
Using the other side of your MAC 239 brush, apply "Smog" and "Toasted" (A shimmery bronze and taupe brown with pink undertones) on the middle of your eyelid. 
Step 5: 
Take "Darkhorse" (dark brown with grey undertones) and put on your outer corner and blend into the outer V of your eye. Apply some of "Creep"(shimmery black) onto the most outer part of your eye.
Step 6:
Lastly, blend! MAKE SURE not to blend too much because you want to see the transition from light to dark, not just a blended look. Blend the higher edges. If wanted, apply gel liner along your lash line but not too much! You do not want to take the show away from the shadows. Apply mascara and your finished!

I hope this look gave you some great ideas of how to switch up your eyes! Please follow and comment on what you think! Thanks for reading <3

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