Thursday, July 18, 2013

Using the Wet n Wild Nude Awakening Palette

Since I have mentioned the Wet n Wild Nude Awakening palette multiple times over the last week, I thought I would show a look using the opposed to saying it's awesome without showing it in action.  So, without further adieu, here's what was used:

All over the lid - left side "eyelid" 
Browbone and inner corners - left side "browbone" 
Defining/crease color - left side "crease" 

*A little tip: to get a flawlessly blended eye, use a clean blending brush after you have applied all of the shades.  It won't muddy up the colors like it would if you use the same brush you've applied color with.

The funny thing about Wet n Wild is they completely take the guessing game out of where to put the shadows.  Nice for applying...but makes me feel silly actually typing what color I used where since the "colors" are named after where you should put them.  Yeah...

Anyway, like I've said before, if you can get your hands on this palette I would definitely recommend picking it up!  It's a useful little thing.  

What's your favorite palette to use for a natural look?

Photo Credit (first two): Katy Dew Photography


  1. I have been going back and forth, nearly buying this palette a million times. I think I need to just cave and buy it already - it made for a wonderful look on you!

  2. This shade look perfect on your nice eyes !

    XX Luba

    Don´t miss today my look with cropped top and boyfriend jeans


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