BeautyMakeup Tutorials Naked 3 Makeup Looks February 10, 2014 Hello beauties! As promised, I’ve been putting the Urban Decay Naked 3 palette to the test. To show the versatility of the palette, I did 3 looks from the most basic to the more intense. I’ve named them Barely Naked, Half Naked and All Out :)) Here’s a sneak peek at the looks before I move onto my thoughts on the palette and how I achieved these looks: The colors in this palette are really pretty, in fact, if you’re looking for a romantic Valentine’s Day look, these blush and pink tones would help you create gorgeous variations. I only used the colors in this palette, no other brands or shades. I also used the double ended brush that the palette comes with for all the looks (cleaning it in between colors) and I really liked it. One end is flat to lay the color down, the other end is fluffy to blend it all out. It’s just my personal preference that I’m more drawn to earthy bronze and brown tones but I like that this palette still offers subtle neutral shades with a hint of color. The only downside of this palette – as with the previous Naked palettes is the lack of matte shades. There’s only 3 matte shades out of the 12 featured in this palette and the lighter ones called Strange and Limit were way too chalky for my NC35 skin tone, leaving me only with Nooner to use as a transition/blending color – which is not enough. Nevertheless, I would recommend this palette if you’re after soft, subtle and feminine shades with the quality we’ve come to expect from Urban Decay eyeshadows. Get Urban Decay Naked 3 palette HERE Enter the code SCENT4U at checkout to receive 7 sample fragrance kit of your choice LOOK 1: BARELY NAKED NAKED 3 COLORS: Dust, Burnout, Nooner OTHER PRODUCTS: Urban Decay 24/7 eyeliner Demolition; Rimmel ScandalEyes eyeliner Nude; Lancome Hypnose Drama mascara Black; Shu Uemura eyelash curler Place Dust on the inner corner of the eye, Burnout in the middle of the eyelid and Nooner on the outer half of the eyelid – blend the colors together until they merge seamlessly. You can intensify the shades as much as you like by layering the colors. Use Nooner to draw along the bottom lashline to create a soft shadow. With Urban Decay Demolition eyeliner (which is a dark matte brown), draw a line close to the upper lashline, slightly winging it upwards on the outer corner. Using the Rimmel Nude eyeliner, line inside the waterline for a bright-eyed look. Curl the lashes and apply 2 coats of black mascara. LOOK 2: HALF NAKED NAKED 3 COLORS: Burnout, Liar, Factory, Trick OTHER PRODUCTS: Urban Decay 24/7 Eyeliner Zero, NYX Jumbo Pencil French Fries, Maybelline Master Precise Liquid liner Black, Lancome Hypnose Drama mascara Black, Ardell Half Accent lashes #301 Place Burnout on the inner corner of the eyelid, Liar in the middle and Factory on the outer corner. Blend the colors until they merge seamlessly. Using Urban Decay Zero eyeliner (which is a matte black), draw a line along the upper lashline extending the line to a wing. Using the color Factory, blend the wing portion of this line upwards until you achieve a soft transition. Again with the Zero eye pencil, draw a very thin line along the outer half of the bottom lashline. Go over this line with the color Trick. Use NYX jumbo pencil in French Fries to line inside the waterline. Coat both top and bottom lashes with black mascara; apply Ardell half accent lashes to the outer corner of each eye to elongate the eyes. Once dry, go over the top lashline with Maybelline Master precise liquid eyeliner in black. LOOK 3: ALL OUT NAKED 3 COLORS: Buzz, Nooner, Blackheart OTHER PRODUCTS: Urban Decay 24/7 Eyeliner Rockstar, Maybelline Master Precise Liquid Liner Black, Lancome Hypnose Drama Black, Shu Uemura eyelash curler Place Blackheart on the inner corner of the eye, Buzz in the middle and Nooner on the outer corner. Blend the colors until they merge seamlessly. Using Blackheart, go over Nooner on the outer corner until you achieve the desired intensity, keep blending. Line the bottom lashline with Blackheart. Line inside the waterline with Urban Decay eyeliner in Rockstar (which is a deep black/purple). Curl the lashes and apply 2-3 coats of mascara (or use false lashes). With your finger, dab the shimmery Buzz color to the middle of the eyelid to make this color pop. Draw a thin line along the upper lashline with Maybelline Master Precise liquid liner to finish off the look. I hope these looks give you an idea as to how you can utilise the Naked 3 palette with looks ranging from the most subtle to the most intense, depending on your preference. I really enjoyed the Barely Naked look as it was clean with just enough shimmer and using the nude pencil in the waterline really brightened my eyes. The 3 Urban Decay 24/7 eyeliners I used come in a pack named Triple Threat and you can get them HERE again using the code SCENT4U at checkout to receive 7 sample fragrance kit of your choice You can also check out my review and swatches on these 24/7 pencils HERE ; as well as review and swatches of the NYX Jumbo pencils including the shade French Fries as featured in Look 2 HERE If you try these looks, please post them to my Facebook page or tag me on Instagram and Twitter @sarahbeautypov Naked 3 Makeup Looks was last modified: July 9th, 2016 by Sarah 44 comments 3 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest Sarah previous post Casual Affair next post Multi Faceted You may also like Best Neutral Eyeshadow Palettes at Bargain Prices June 29, 2014 Nudestix Crayons April 3, 2015 Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencils September 20, 2013 Hourglass Vanish Seamless Foundation July 25, 2016 Shaping The Eyebrows April 23, 2014 Tarte Palettes 2015 April 8, 2015 2015 Holiday Makeup Collections Part2 October 8, 2015 Urban Decay Naked Smoky Palette June 1, 2015 New Sigma Brush Sets – Just Launched October 14, 2013 Eye Makeup Tricks – Must Know September 2, 2013 44 comments Michelle Webb April 3, 2017 at 3:29 pm Your choice of color and placement helped me so much! I have been wearing for along time just a couple shades at a time. My daughter got me to try this palette. I totally fell in love with the subtle look! It took me a couple of times but I did it I also added a different shade. If you can do a few other variations I would appreciate it! Thanks so much. Reply Sarah April 5, 2017 at 2:37 am Hi Michelle! Thank you so much for sharing! I’m so happy to hear the tutorial helped you make the most of your palette. This tutorial of mine is a classic example of the basic techniques you can practice (in color placement) and switch the colors to your liking from there on. Below is a link to my tutorial page to give you some ideas; as well as a post I recently did where you can use color bases for eyeshadows to completely transform them. This might also help you in discovering new ways of using your palette. Please let me know if you have any questions along the way :) http://beautypointofview.com/category/makeup-tutorials/ http://beautypointofview.com/make-eyeshadows-pop/ Reply Shelby Taylor February 5, 2017 at 6:18 am I like these looks but I like to add a transition color in the crease to tie everything together. Tonight for a small get-together I did the “All Out” look but I put “Factory” in the crease for a transition and lined the lower lashes with “blackout” and “darkside”. It turned out really nice. Reply Sarah February 5, 2017 at 11:26 am Hi Shelby, that sounds like a great color combination. I love hearing everyone’s own take on the looks; thank you so much for sharing :) Reply Petra June 21, 2016 at 8:21 pm Beautiful look, thank you so much! :) I just don’t really understand – did you use different colours to ‘illustrate’ where to put the described shadows (as in the picture on the right, they are not shimmery at all…) – if yes, which colours did you use? (especially in the barely naked look these colours are so beautiful too…) thank you :) Petra Reply Sarah June 22, 2016 at 4:51 am Hi Petra, yes the pictures on the right are illustrated just to represent where each color goes. I put the color info of each eyeshadow just underneath the main picture and detailed instructions. With the Barely Naked look, I used the shadows: Dust, Burnout and Nooner. You can intensify the shimmer shadows by spraying your brush with some water which will make the shadow sparkle even more. Hope that helps :) Reply Ramya February 19, 2016 at 6:33 am Great look..Now I’m tempted to buy Naked 3. Reply sunita February 16, 2016 at 3:55 pm sarah, these looks are all great. Sadly i own one of the older UD palettes. I am such a great fan of neutrals & would love to try these looks using one of my neutral palettes. I do have a lot of trouble keeping these colors to show up as seperates. i normally end up with one blended mess by the end of the day. any tips that u can suggest would be helpful Reply Sarah February 17, 2016 at 5:03 am Hi Sunita, before any eye look, it’s important to have a clean/even base. I always either cover my eye lids with concealer or an eye primer such as Urban Decay Primer Potion. This cancels out any redness or discoloration and allows the eyeshadows to show true to their actual color. As for the blending, it’s all about placement of color. Achieving well blended looks takes some time and patience. Make sure to place the color where you want it, blend it out, and go back in again to re-build the color (depending on how intense you want it to be). Also, instead of blending the colors altogether, try to only blend the part where the different colors meet each other – right along the seam line. A detail blending brush such as Sigma E36 is great for this as it gives you more precision and control. Please let me know if you have any other questions :) xx Reply LindaLibraLoca January 15, 2016 at 8:28 am Great looks for this time of year. Linda, Libra, Loca: Beauty, Baby and Backpacking Reply Liz January 1, 2016 at 4:30 pm Thank you! I used #1 as a guide for my NYE look last night, it was soft and pretty for dinner at an elegant steakhouse. Reply Sarah January 2, 2016 at 3:33 am Thank you for your message Liz! I’m so happy you enjoyed the look. Happy new year!! :) Reply Laura October 31, 2015 at 10:19 am Thank you for this!! I’ve had my Naked3 for over a year and absolutely love it, but haven’t been using it as much lately because many times the looks I was getting were just too much for every day on my really fair skin. I got the Naked basics for every day and I really like it, but I’ve been wanting to get back to the sparkle lol. I’m excited to whip it out to try Barely Naked, and the others too. I love how you came up with a foolproof way to go from day to night with ease, too. Thanks for the new and simple inspiration!! Reply Sarah October 31, 2015 at 11:46 am Hi Laura, I’m glad the tutorial helped inspire you with your Naked 3 palette again :) It’s quite a subtle palette so building up the colors makes a difference. You can also use the colors wet (spray your brushes with some water or MAC Fix+) or use an eyeshadow primer/base, these tricks will help intensify the colors and the shimmers too ;) xx Reply 3 COLORS: Dust, Burnout, Nooner Place Dust on the inner corner of the eye, Burnout in the middle of the eyelid and Nooner on the outer half of the eyelid – blend the colors together until they merge seamlessly. Use Nooner to draw along the bottom lashli October 28, 2015 at 8:40 pm […] Via: beautypointofview.com […] Reply The Best Ever Naked Palette Tutorials - Hairspray and Highheels September 27, 2015 at 4:00 am […] 8 || 3 Naked 3 Looks || Beauty Point Of View […] Reply Adina May 7, 2015 at 12:05 pm I Love the way you put together this tutorial. Beautiful job! Reply Sarah May 7, 2015 at 1:32 pm Thank you so much Adina! Really appreciate the feedback :) xx Reply shareena December 9, 2014 at 10:11 am Thank you for sharing this! I am quite helpless with natural colors.. I own Naked 3 and I run out of ideas.. lol.. Thanks! Reply Sarah December 9, 2014 at 12:39 pm Thanks Shareena! Please let me know if you recreate any of the looks from the post :) xx Reply Naked Palette Looks - Hairspray and Highheels October 13, 2014 at 4:01 am […] 8 || 3 Naked 3 Looks || Beauty Point Of View […] Reply Tina October 3, 2014 at 8:16 pm I am 50 years old and own both Naked and Naked 3 palettes. I have failed miserably at trying to do anything close to what you have shown above and today I tried the first look and it came out SO good! Obviously not as dark as yours, but I am going to experiment more and buy the MAC Paint Pot to see if that makes it pop. Thank you for making it so easy to understand and duplicate! You don’t know how excited I am to try all of your looks! Reply Sarah October 6, 2014 at 11:57 am Hi Tina! Thank you so much for your amazing feedback. I can’t explain how happy it makes me that you enjoyed the tutorial. A good base for the shadows definitely makes a difference and you can always try to spray some water on your brush before applying shimmer shadows as this will also intensify the colors. Please let me know how you go and enjoy your looks which I’m sure will be gorgeous!! xx Reply JustaHullgirl September 19, 2014 at 12:21 pm In love with all of these looks ! I have just bought this palette and was struggling to find some simple but gorgeous ideas for how to wear it. I will also be reveiwing this palette soon however i dont think i can compete with these looks. Reply Sarah September 19, 2014 at 3:10 pm Awww thank you so much! You’re so sweet. Please let me know when your review is up, I’d love to see your version of the looks. Everyone’s own spin on such looks is always exciting to see, I’m sure they’ll be amazing ;) xx Reply The Make-up Family August 13, 2014 at 1:30 pm Love the looks you made! Reply Sarah August 17, 2014 at 5:59 am Thank you so much!! xx Reply Urban Decay Naked 3 palette | Everythingnice.nl August 11, 2014 at 3:36 am […] zei kun je heel veel kanten op met het Naked 3 palette. Zo heeft Sarah van het Engels-talige blog Beauty Point Of View, daar een hele mooie tutorial over gemaakt! (geplaatst met toestemming van de blogster) […] Reply My Wishlist ’14 | July 16, 2014 at 5:10 am […] Bron […] Reply Catey May 28, 2014 at 4:45 pm These are gorgeous! I tried out the first one this morning, and though I do like what I ended up with, it’s nowhere near as pigmented as yours looks. I was wondering if you use any kind of base, or a tinted primer? I’ve been using the Lorac behind-the-scenes primer, but if there’s something better out there that can help the colors stand out like yours do, I’d love to know! :-) Reply Sarah May 28, 2014 at 5:54 pm Hi Catey, for some reason your comment came through in my latest post which is a different eye look so my apologies if you got a reply which didn’t make sense :)) For these looks, I used Urban Decay primer potion. If you’re finding the colors aren’t showing as much as you’d like, a great alternative is to use an opaque base such as a concealer or MAC paint pot. Layering the shadows by pressing the color onto the skin (rather than swiping motion) also helps build the intensity. Lastly, you can try to use the colors with a wet brush. I did a post on this trick which you can check out here: http://beautypointofview.com/quick-tip-dry-wet-eyeshadow-2/ I hope this helps; please let me know how you go :) xx Reply Catey May 28, 2014 at 7:55 pm Oh, weird about it popping up on the wrong post! Thank you so much for the reply–I appreciate it and I will try some of these solutions! I don’t have any of the paint pots, but I do have a Maybelline color tattoo in a champagne-y color and a NYX base in white, so I might try those and see what happens :-) Thanks again!! Reply Sarah May 29, 2014 at 2:34 pm Happy to help Catey; color tattoo would work just fine too. I’m sure you’ll create an amazing look! :) xx Reply Resenha: Naked 3 da Urban Decay | Fazendo por você April 3, 2014 at 11:43 pm […] agora, pra vocês morrerem de vontade de ter uma dessas, encontrei no beautypointofview três opções de looks com algumas cores da Naked3. Sério, quem não fica louca com uma palheta […] Reply Sydney March 31, 2014 at 5:41 pm I am obsessed with my Naked3 palette! I have tried out all of these looks for different events. Keep up the great work! Reply Sarah April 1, 2014 at 12:15 am yayyy!! glad to hear it Sydney, very proud of you! You know you can post your looks to my Facebook page or tag them #sarahbeautypov on Instagram if you like ;) xx Reply Ashley March 26, 2014 at 4:24 pm Are you using a primer? I tried one of these looks out this morning and it came out really light. I love this pallete cause I like the pink colors and earth tones but I’m trying to get the looks in doing to come out more pigmented if that makes sense lol Reply Sarah March 27, 2014 at 4:16 am Hi Ashley, yes I used Urban Decay eye primer to prep my eyes. Primers really help the eyeshadows adhere and stay on longer. You can also use an eyeshadow base such as MAC paint pot in Painterly or Soft Ocre which are opaque (like concealers) and show off the eyeshadow colors beautifully. Lastly, you can use the colors with a wet brush for intense pigment pay-off. I did a post on this trick which you can check out here: http://beautypointofview.com/quick-tip-dry-wet-eyeshadow-2/ Let me know how you go ;) xx Reply Ashley March 28, 2014 at 12:30 am Thanks! I just brought the NYX skin tone primer it was recommended to me so I’m going to try that and wetting my brush a little when I apply the eyeshadow. Reply 10 Naked 3 Tutorials - Hairspray and Highheels February 27, 2014 at 5:00 am […] 8 || 3 Naked 3 Looks || Beauty Point Of View […] Reply Sarah February 11, 2014 at 11:43 am Awww…I have the sweetest followers ever! I can’t explain how much I appreciate your kind words; thank you all so much xx Reply Melissa February 11, 2014 at 4:08 am Can I just say I love your blog! I can see how much work goes into it. These Looks are amazing!!!!! Reply Jess February 10, 2014 at 8:44 am I held back from buying this palette cos I have so much makeup but after seeing this, off I go to the store lol. Great post Reply Tanya February 10, 2014 at 7:04 am Woww!!! By far the best naked 3 looks I’ve seen so far love love love!!! Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Notify me when new comments are added.