Urban Decay Naked Smoky Palette Swatches, and Makeup Look

This is a sponsored Post for Urban Decay through Condé Nast This week the Urban Decay Naked Smoky Palette launched and I have all the details including a smoky makeup look and swatches. There is something about the Naked eyeshadow palettes in general that makes every makeup addict out there get bizarrely excited like we can’t survive emotionally without owning them. And… rightfully so, the original Naked Palette was and is an epic makeup piece to own, and somehow each new addition continues to get better with the range of colors, pigmentation, and overall concepts. So, I don’t think it’s just hype that makes us all stay up until ungodly hours just to be amongst the first to purchase the latest edition when it finally launches. Urban Decay has set the “must have” precedence” with their Naked Palettes, and so yeah, owning the Naked Smoky Palette is a no-brainer for most makeup professionals. What I am excited about most with the Urban Decay Smoky Palette is the fact that it is the Smoky edition. This girl (as in me) loves a smoky eyeshadow design, and with this palette, I can get my sexy on real easy. Check out my makeup look below along with swatches of the highly anticipated Urban Decay Naked Smoky Palette. Naked Urban Decay Smoky Palette   Naked Smoky Palette Review In the Naked Smoky Palette, you will find 9 new shades, and 3 exclusives that range from shimmering bronze to matte browns and smoldering darks. At first glance, there isn’t an eyeshadow in this palette that won’t be used. Although it’s slated as smoky, there are a lot of color choices that can be worn in a daytime makeup look if you aren’t feeling in a particularly sultry mood. Let’s take a closer look at what we have going on in this eyeshadow set starting with color swatches.

Naked Smoky Swatches High, Dirtysweet, Radar, Armor

From L to R: High, Dirtysweet, Radar, Armor

Urban Decay Naked Smoky Swatches Slanted, Dagger, Black Market, Smoldering

From L to R: Slanted, Dagger, Black Market, Smolder

Urban Decay Naked Smoky Swatches password, whiskey, combust, thirteen

From L to R: Password, Whiskey, Combust, Thirteen

urban decay smoky eyeshadow brush urban decay smoky eyeshadow brushAnother item to be found in this makeup palette is the Double ended smoky smudger/tapered crease brush. It’s made out of synthetic hair, which is can sometimes be a hit or miss, but this one works pretty well. Usually, a brush like this would go for somewhere around $20.00, so it’s nice that they have included it in this set.

Get The Look

Urban Decay Naked Smoky Makeup Look   Step 1: Apply Dirtysweet on the entire lower eyelid and then sweep Whiskey in the contour of the eye. Step 2: With the Smoky Smudger brush, carefully sweep Black Market into the contour of the eyelid, connecting it with the outside corner of the eye. Then use Thirteen under the brow bone and into the tear-duct area. Step 3: Last, sweep Smolder around the upper and lower lash line, smudging it out with an angled eyeliner brush. Then apply your false lashes if wanted, or several coats of mascara for added drama.

Final Look

Urban Decay Naked Smoky makeup look   urban Decay Naked Smoky makeup  look   If you are debating on if you should purchase the Urban Decay Naked Smoky Palette, I am going to go ahead and tell you that you should. For $54.00, you get 12 usable eyeshadow shades and a high-quality makeup brush, which makes the price-tag more than worth it. Currently, you can purchase this from Sephora, ULTA and select Macy’s stores. Or, online at sephora.com, ulta.com, macys.com, beauty.com and urbandecay.com. Get your Naked and Smoky look on with the new Urban Decay Nake Smoky Palette and tell me what your favorite color is in the new set.

XO, Kendra note* This is a sponsored post for Urban Decay through Condé Nast. All thoughts and opinions are that of my own.

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  • Allison @neversaydiebeauty

    Gorgeous look you created! I’m still on the fence. The shades look great, but I don’t know that they’re that different from shades I already own across several other palettes and singles. But then again, I may cave

  • I’m like Allison. I’m on the fence since I think I have almost the same shades in other UD palettes.

  • I always love the eye looks you create. This is stunning, and it makes your eyes look a stunning grey!

  • Those are stunning shades for you! Unfortunately, blacks and grays just don’t look good on me, or I’d be all over this palette.

  • The look you created is so pretty! This looks like a really versatile palette.

  • marciaf

    Mine should be here tomorrow and I can’t wait. I don’t care if it’s like other things I have, I just need this!!!

  • LOVE LOVE LOVE your look with this palette! Stunning!

  • I was going to totally skip this, but the first 3 shades are to-die-for! Like some others I’m on the fence.

  • Your look is SMOKIN! Loving this palette!

  • This is beautiful! I wasn’t sure if I “needed” this, but I looooooove UD metallic shadows. Love the look, and the tutorial is super helpful!

  • A nice smokey palette! I can’t wear these colors, tho…. I just end up looking like I’ve got a black eye 😉

  • Very pretty look. I love the lip color you’ve paired it with. Unfortunately, I’m going to pass on this palette because I already have similar shades of E/S. This one just doesn’t do it for me.

  • Your eye look is stunning! I can’t wait to get my hands on this palette!

  • That look is stunning! Planning to pick this up in the future!

  • The palette itself is just SOOO pretty!

  • Gorgeous look

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