Navy Alchemy (Using Urban Decay Vice 3 Palette)

 

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Pink and blue is one of my favourite colour combinations and works well with many eye colours.  Adding a deep navy into the outer v helps define the eye, whilst magenta in the crease adds an interesting twist to the look.

Note: I used the Urban Decay Vice 3 palette and the brush that comes with it to create this look.  You can use any brand of eyeshadow you like which has similar shades to re-create this look (if you don’t have the Vice 3 palette), along with any similar brushes in your kit.

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Burgundy Hues (Using Urban Decay Vice 3 Palette)

 

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Sonic is a beautiful, metallic cranberry shade and one of my favourite colours from the Urban Decay Vice 3 Palette.  I combined Sonic with brown, aubergine and black shades from the palette to create a soft, smoky burgundy effect on the eyes.

Note: I used the Urban Decay Vice 3 palette and the brush that comes with it to create this look.  You can use any brand of eyeshadow you like which has similar shades to re-create this look (if you don’t have the Vice 3 palette), along with any similar brushes in your kit.

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Face of the Day: Cranberries and Champage (Using Urban Decay Vice 3 Palette)

 

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Valentine’s Day is coming up next week and so I thought this would be the perfect time to create a Valentine-inspired look.  For this look, I used cranberry, aubergine and champagne shades on the eyes.  I completed the look using a peachy-pink blusher on the cheeks and a rose-pink lipstick on the lips.

Tip: You can add extra definition to the eyes by adding a thin line of aubergine or black liner along the upper lashline.

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Soft Smokey Browns (Using Urban Decay Vice 3 Palette)

 

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For this look, I used champagne, taupe and brown eyeshadows to create a soft and neutral effect on the eyes.  Neutral tones on the eyes combine well with a variety of lip colour such as pinks, reds or more natural nudes.  I wore this look with Max Factor Ruby Tuesday, which is a satin finish true red.

I used the Urban Decay Vice 3 palette to create this look but you can use any brand of eyeshadow you like which has similar shades.

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The Chocolate Series (Urban Decay Vice 3 Palette)

 

This article shows how experimenting with a different lid colour can easily change up an existing look. For all looks, I used medium and deep chocolate browns in the crease, a pale pink-nude to highlight and the same application technique.

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I used the Urban Decay Vice 3 palette to create these looks but you can use any brand of eyeshadow you like which has similar shades.

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Cherry Chocolate (Urban Decay Vice 3 Palette)

 

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This look is a variation on the Blueberry ChocolateCaramel Chocolate and Mint Chocolate posts and shows how using a different lid colour can easily change up an existing look. For this look, I used a bright cherry-cranberry eyeshadow with medium and deep chocolate browns in the crease to create a warm cranberry effect on the eyes.

I used the Urban Decay Vice 3 palette to create this look but you can use any brand of eyeshadow you like which has similar shades.

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Plum Chocolate Chocolate (Urban Decay Vice 3 Palette)

 

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This look is a variation on the Blueberry Chocolate, Caramel Chocolate and Mint Chocolate posts and shows how using a different lid colour can easily change up an existing look. For this look, I used a deep purple eyeshadow with medium and deep chocolate browns in the crease to create a soft, colourful smokey eye.

I used the Urban Decay Vice 3 palette to create this look but you can use any brand of eyeshadow you like which has similar shades.

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Mint Chocolate (Urban Decay Vice 3 Palette)

 

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This look is a variation on the Blueberry Chocolate and Caramel Chocolate posts and shows how using a different lid colour can easily change up an existing look. For this look, I used a bright jewel green eyeshadow with medium and deep chocolate browns in the crease to create a jewelled effect on the eyes.

I used the Urban Decay Vice 3 palette to create this look but you can use any brand of eyeshadow you like which has similar shades.

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Caramel Chocolate (Urban Decay Vice 3 Palette)

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This look is a variation on the Blueberry Chocolate and Mint Chocolate posts and shows how using a different lid colour can easily change up an existing look. For this look, I used an amber-caramel toned eyeshadow with medium and deep chocolate browns in the crease to create a warm, soft effect on the eyes.

I used the Urban Decay Vice 3 palette to create this look but you can use any brand of eyeshadow you like which has similar shades.

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