Testing my Urban Decay X Basquait – Tenant Palette Finally!


I’ve finally decided to put my Urban Decay Jean Micheal Basquiat – Tenant palette to the test. And I’m involve with the results! so forgive me while I pepper this post with tons of photos!ba5c21e3-6775-4b3e-8365-9fc0e086dd3e

I wanted to do a deep blue cut crease smokey eye. Just a look completely different from what I would typically wear. I’ve always thought blue shadows made me look tarty. But the shades of blue in this palette is a far cry from your mom’s Drugstore 1980’s blue eye shadows. I created my look using the following colours:

BOOM, UNTITLED AND LES


I love how easy these shadows were to work with. With them so heavily pigment a little goes a lonnnnng way! And a light hand is extremely important. Which I learned the hard way. Also remember, BLEND, BLEND, BLEND.


I absolutely loved everything about this look especially since I always shy away from colour especially dark colours. I’m so very loyal to my earth tones, nudes, and golds. But this blue is giving me life honey!

This is so far out of my comfort zone. But, why the heck not right?  topped off with some liner and lashes you’re able to glam this up for an evening out or for an event.

URBAN DECAY X BASQUAIT - TENANT PALETTE
URBAN DECAY X BASQUAIT – TENANT PALETTE (look created using, LES, BOOM and UNTITLED on Natoya)

 

If you would like to read my original review on this palette. Please see linked below.

Urban Decay X Jean Michel Basquiat – Tenant Palette

As per usual, all feedback is welcome comment below.

 

XOXO

Natoya

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