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Urban Decay: Naked Honey Palette

Honey I’m home! I was so excited when I finally got my hands on the latest palette from Urban Decay. Naked Honey has twelve brand new shades in the Urban Decay family, ranging from warm ambers to sparkling golds.

Urban Decay Naked Honey Palette

True to form from Urban Decay, the quality of the shadows is impeccable with high pigment and easy to blend.

As I have some extra time on my hands living in lockdown, I spent some time experimenting with the latest addition to my make up collection.

Urban Decay Naked Honey Palette

To acheive this look, I used Swarm on my upper lid / brow bone, I then emphasised this with Amber to make it warmer and deeper and continued this onto my lower lash line.

On the lid, I added Queen – let me tell you, the sparkle is real with this shade! It is such a beautiful glittering gold shadow and truly pops. Toward the outer corner, I used Swarm and blended this into the edge of Queen. The final step with the shadows was to add Sting to the outer corner and lower lash line just to deepen the tone and give some definition.

To complete the look, I used YSL liquid eyeliner and YSL mascara.

YSL mascara and eyeliner

My eyes are blue and it did suit me well, although it would look incredible with brown eyes and a darker skin tone. I would probably go for this look either in summer time when my skin is warmer or on a night out. With curly hair and a classic jumpsuit – this would make an amazing 1970s look worthy of Studio 54.

Have you tried this palette and what do you think of it?

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