A few weeks back I was sent the Urban Decay Backtalk Makeup palette and so far, I love it. I did a full review of the Backtalk palette last week and so this week I wanted to give you a step by step tutorial on how you can use it to create a gorgeous basic makeup look at home. There are so many pretty eyeshadows in this blush and eyeshadow palette that it would be easy to create a million different looks. But, for now, I want to show you an easy application for you to re-create and feel confident about.
This Urban Decay Backtalk Basic Makeup Look is very summery along with the palette, so you will be able to use it all season long. If you check out the review, you will see all of the pretty colors of the palette up close. I am obsessed with some of the blush shades; they are absolutely stunning.
Urban Decay Backtalk Step By Step Tutorial
What you need for this look
- Urban Decay Backtalk Palette
- Flat Eyeshadow Brush
- Blending Eyeshadow Brush (check out my favorite blending brush here)
- Angled Eyeliner Brush
For a full breakdown of all of the brushes I use, check out my makeup brush essentials post.
The Basic Steps to Get the look
Get the Urban Decay Backtalk Basic Makeup Look here:
- Prep eyes with an eyeshadow primer.
- Press Bare onto your lower eyelid with a flat eyeshadow brush and then sweep it around under your lower lashline.
- Apply 3 Sheets under your brow bone and into the corner of your eye.
- Now sweep Attitude into the crease of the eye with the blender eyeshadow brush and also sweep it under your outer half of your lower lashline.
- With an angled liner brush, sweep 180 along your upper and lower lashline. You can make this line a bit thicker by laying your angled liner brush flat on the skin and sweeping from the inner eye, to the outer eye.
- Now just curl your lashes and add your favorite mascara. Your done.
Finish The Look Using the Urban Decay Backtalk Blush
To finish this Urban Decay Backtalk Basic Makeup look, I just applied my foundation, concealer (check out these foundation application instructions) to get flawless looking skin. Then, I used the color Cheap Shot which is this gorgeous shimmery plum shade on the apples of my cheeks. Next up, I highlighted above my cheekbones using the the color Party Foul.
For my lips, I used a coral shade and I honestly can’t remember the exact name of it, but I thought it would look perfect with the emroidered boho dress I was wearing.