Urban Decay Smoked Palette: Vixon Tutorial

I’ve got another Urban Decay Smoked Palette tutorial for you today!! This look is called “Vixon”–a traditional, black smoky eye.  It’s a really simple look with only a few steps, but it really packs a punch.  It’s super sultry and dramatic.  When I was browsing the Lookbook, this one seemed to be a bit over the top for my liking.  However, I was really pleasantly surprised at how nice this look came out.  No matter what color eyes you have, this look is sure to make them pop.  In my opinion, it’s a great look for a fun, fall night out!

Products mentioned:
Dermaloque BB Cream (You can find my review of this product here)
Urban Decay Eye Primer Potion
Urban Decay Smoked Palette
Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil (Perversion)
Sigma Essential Brush Kit (Make Me Blush)
**Use coupon code DEAL2012 to get 10% off your purchase through Oct**
Shu Uemura Eyelash Curler
Urban Decay Super Curl Mascara
Kiss False Lashes (02)
Milani Easybrow Pencil (Natural Taupe)
Wet ‘N Wild Coloricon Bronzer (Ticket to Brazil) (similar)
MAC Blush (Well Dressed)
Revlon Lip Butter (Creme Brulee)

On me:
EXPRESS Cowl Neck Sweater Top (similar/similar)
Essie Decadent Dish

Sorry I don’t have more pictures to go along with this look!  I’ve never filmed in our home in Austin before, so it’s been a bit of a learning experience.  Now that we’re all unpacked and settled, I’ll be back soon with the last few looks from the Smoked Palette and all of the other videos I’ve got lined up for you guys! I’ve even got some great Halloween tutorials for you.  We’re also doing a lot of fun “Pinterest” projects around the house while we’re here.  Any interest in some posts on those?  Let me know!! And feel free to leave me comments about what you’d like to see next!


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