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Everyday Look with the Naked 3 palette

Everyday Look with the Naked 3 palette

Hello all! Today I am going to share a look I wore on Sunday. This is a super easy lightweight everyday kind of look. Ever since I purchased my Naked 3 palette I've been doing variations of this look. Most of the products that I used in the photo are below. There are a few things that I didn't include, like eye shadow primer and such boring items, but these are the bulk of what makes up this look.

All the products!

First, for my face: I wanted to keep it light so I stuck with a tinted moisturizer as a base. Under my eyes I used the amazing Maybelline Instant Age Rewind Eraser to help with my sleepy eyes. After attempting to fix my sleepy eyes, I applied the Smashbox tinted moisturizer and just a wee bit of Julep's Pore-Minimizing Blush in Petal Pink. This blush is really pigmented so just a little dab will do ya.

Smashbox Tinted Moisturizer in Fair, Julep Blush in Petal Pink and Maybelline Instant Age Rewind Eraser in Fair

On my eyes I kept to using the lighter shades from the Naked 3 palette. Swatches that I used are below, as well as a view of all the shades in the palette. Because my eyes are pretty hooded/deep set I usually like to keep my shadows pretty light and use the darker shades for lining. However, on this look I used the felt tip part of the NYX Two Timer eyeliner on my upper lash line, and Rimmel Scandaleyes in Nude on my lower waterline to help open up my eyes. I used a tad bit of the darker shades from the palette on my bottom lash line in the corners for some extra definition. To finish off my eyes I used L'Oreal's telescopic mascara in Carbon Black.

Naked 3 Palette, NYX Two Timer in Jet Black, Rimmel Scandeleyes in Nude, and L'Oreal Telescopic Mascara in Carbon Black

All the Naked 3 colors

Shades from Left to Right: Strange, Dust, Burnout, Buzz, Liar and Mugshot

On my lips is the wonderful Revlon Colorburst Balm Stain in Honey. This stuff applies really well, has great color and leaves a beautiful stain as it wears off. After it wears off you are left with a really nice stain that looks great for hours.

Revlon Colorburst Balm Stain in Honey

Here are the eyes:

Look down and to the left... weird

On my eyelids I used the shade Burnout all over as a base. Then in my crease I used Mugshot. Strange was used in the inner corner and for highlighting under my brows. After most of the shadow was done, I went back in with Dust and added some glittery highlights.

And the full look:

I will link all of the items below. Let me know what you think and if you have used any of these products before. Also, let me know if you like this kind of post and I will do more in the future!

Affiliate Links:

Naked 3 Palette

Smashbox Sheer Focus Tinted Moisturizer in Fair-- discontinued, but linked similar

Maybelline Instant Age Rewind Eraser in Fair

Julep Pore-Minimizing Blush in Petal Pink

NYX Two Timer Eyeliner in Jet Black

Rimmel Scandaleyes Waterproof Eyeliner in Nude

L'Oreal Telescopic Mascara in Carbon Black

Revlon Colorburst Balm Stain in Honey

I hope you all have a great Monday! (well, as great as a Monday can be)

<3 Lindsay

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