This post has taken me a long time to get up, but I think you’ll love it! I used the Urban Decay Theodora Palette for this tutorial. I’m really pleased with how it turned out.
How to Achieve the Look
Jesse’s Girl Eyeshadow Primer
Urban Decay Broken – browbone and upper crease
Urban Decay Beware – crease
Fyrinnae Pixie Epoxy – lid
Urban Decay Spell (black) – lid, later used to deepen the crease and line the eyes
Urban Decay Jealous (dark) – smudged along lower lid
Urban Decay Jealous (light) – to highlight at the inner corner
Anastasia Noir pencil – waterline
Jesse’s Girl Liquid Liner – upper lash line
Vanity Mark Gingerella pencil – brows
Urban Decay Big Fatty Mascara
Anastasia Lash Genius
Too Faced Air-buffed BB Cream in Snow Glow
NARS Silvana – blush
NARS Copacabana – highlight
Urban Decay Super Saturated High Gloss Lip Color in Theodora
Venomous Cosmetics Lip Poison gloss in Venom
I’ve fallen in love with UD Spell. I hope Urban Decay decides to make more colors like it. I had no issues with fallout when I applied it. I love the green shimmer. It also blended easily with Beware. I love this look! What do you think of it?
Some products purchased by me. Some products sent for consideration. All opinions are my own.
Tags: Black Look, FOTD, Green Look, Urban Decay
Stunning, as always!
That looks amazing! I love when you do these kind of tutorials!
Oh, so so pretty!! My need for this palette just tripled.
this is gorgeous! that green is stunning it makes your eye color pop!
thank you so much for the tutorial!!
I was pretty totally uninterested in this palette until you showed me this.
Absolutely lovely look on you! You are truly beautiful, and your eyes are amazing!
Beautiful execution of eyeshadow. Nice separation of colors from brow.
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I’ve been following you for a little while but just found this post – THANK YOU!! Love the look, I have the Theodora palette and it’s a bit different to what I normally wear so I’ve been struggling to get the best out of it. I’ll be trying this look out tomorrow
Love your tutorial and wish that I had purchased the Palette!!