URBAN DECAY NAKED HONEY PALETTE BY TONIQUE CAMPBELL BOUJI IN LONDONUrban Decay has been a beauty cult favourite brand of mine since I got into makeup, so when they released the Naked Honey palette, I could not wait to get my hands on it! I could hear the sound of Mariah Carey song “Honey” playing in my head all throughout testing this palette out and I know you guys definitely want to see my Honey!URBAN DECAY NAKED HONEY PALETTE BY TONIQUE CAMPBELL BOUJI IN LONDONTo create the look, after moisturising and priming my face I used the Stay Naked foundation, which is a weightless liquid foundation with staying power of up to 24 hours. My colour in this foundation is 70NN and you can read my in depth review HERE! I applied this foundation with a foundation brush and used the all nighter spray to set the foundation.URBAN DECAY NAKED HONEY PALETTE BY TONIQUE CAMPBELL BOUJI IN LONDONTo create the eye look, firstly, I primed my eyes with the Urban Decay eyeshadow potion in Minor Sin. This primer is perfect as I was creating a golden look and this primer as a slightly golden shimmer base, so will not leave any white marks on the eye. I apply the primer to my eye and press in with a beauty sponge, leaving the primer a little tacky so that when I apply the eyeshadow, it sits nicely on the eye and does not budge. The Naked Honey palette composes of 12 golden neutral eyeshadow shades, which include classic golds, warm ambers, and rich chocolate browns, theses are perfect for a sunny afternoon, right through to a late night. To create this eye look, I needed a base colour that would work together with the golden hues that I would apply in the latter. I chose to ‘Sting’ as my base, which is an earth brown colour, I applied this across my eyelid and blended in. To warm up the outer corners of my eye, I took ‘Hive’, which is also an earthly brown but in a lighter. I then blended Hive in with Sting with a crease brush to create the perfect earthly brown ombré eye. To get the glitter eye party look started I chose the colour ‘Golden’ which is a shimmering metallic gold shade and placed ontop of Hive and Sting and blended in. To emphasise this golden look I chose the shade ‘Honey’ which is a bright gold glitter shade, which aided in brightening up my eye. For my lash line, I went in with the shade ‘Amber’, which is a copper metallic eyeshadow shade and placed across my lash line. For the inner corners of my eye I went in with ‘Queen’, which is a rustic metallic bronze brown colour. To finish this look off, I applied a simple nude lipstick and added some gloss. I wanted a simple earthly golden look and a bright lip would of definitely overpowered the look. To set this look I sprayed my face with the Urban Decay all nighter setting spray, which will aid in preserving my look all night. I personally fell in love with this palette as I usually use neutral eyeshadow tones for an everyday look, so this would be an appropriate go-to eyeshadow palette. It also makes me feel better that the Naked Honey palette is a vegan formula and does not contain animal-derrived ingredients or by products. The complimentary double ended eyeshadow brush is also vegan and cruelty-free. I always end up using these brushes all the time as they are perfect for creating any eye look as the brushes have duo ends. One side is perfect for the lash line and the other side of the brush is perfect for applying the eyeshadow and blending in.





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