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I have been loving the Urban Decay Naked Cherry Collection SO MUCH! Especially the Urban Decay Naked Cherry Eyeshadow Palette and the eyeliners.
I have been wearing a variety of looks from the palette ranging from subtle neutral looks to this more dramatic look that really embraces the Cherry vibe of the collection. I must say this is my favorite look and I think I’ve decided to wear it for my Girls Weekend that I am so looking forward to later in October.
I primed the eyes with Urban Decay Primer Potion in Sin. I then applied Hot Spot from crease to brow bone. I used Caution as a transition shade and Feelz in my crease. I built up my crease a bit with Devilish and also used Devilish on my outer v. I applied Young Love on my lid. I used Bang Bang on the inner corner of the eyes and also patted a bit on the center of my lid. I further built up contour on my outer v with Drunk Dial. On my lower lashline I used Feelz, Young Love, and a bit of Drunk Dial.
I used the Black Market 24/7 Glide On Eye Pencil on my upper lashline which applies super intensley and much better than when swatched on bare skin. I used Love Drug on my lower waterline which looks absolutely incredible. I love that shade so much!
I applied the Juicy Vice Lipstick from the collection on my lips. I am actually surprised by just how much I love this lipstick. I didn’t use any lip liner or lipstick layered underneath.
I just love the tones in this collection. I think they look stunning on a variety of skintones and I’m especially loving the way it brings out my blue eyes. This palette is going to be on regular rotation this fall!
The collection will be available on the Urban Decay website and in Urban Decay stores on September 24th, 2018. Sephora.ca and Sephora.com along with beautyboutique.ca will have it available online October 5th, 2018. You can find it in store at Sephora and Shoppers Drug Mart on October 15th, 2018. What will you be picking up from this collection?
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