Pink and Copper Spring Makeup- A Naked 3 Palette Tutorial

Thinking about trying a fun, colorful look that's perfect for spring and summer? Well this is the tutorial for you, my friend. Many people tend to avoid pink eye shadows because if they are not used in the right way, they can make you look a little ill or like you've had a good long cry. Hopefully you can tell from the above picture that this tutorial won't make you look that way. You're going to need a Naked 3 palette and a pink pigment. If you don't own the Naked 3 palette and don't want to drop the cash for one, I recommend using Maybelline's The Blushed Nudes palette. It has very similar rosy colors that would substitute really nicely. There will be a difference in quality (less pigment, less shine) but it will still create a beautiful look.

1. Start by applying any face products you want to use (foundation, concealer, blush, etc.) Apply an eye shadow primer to your lids. I used Urban Decay's Primer Potion.

2. Using your Naked 3 palette, apply "Limit" (a light dusty rose matte) to your crease. Work this in above your crease as well but avoid taking it all the way to the brow bone. Leave a gap.

3. Apply "Nooner" (a medium pinky brown matte) to your crease, focusing primarily on the outer corner.

4. Apply "Darkheart" (a smoky black matte with rosy red microglitter) to the outer corner of your eye.

5. Apply "Factory" (a pinky brown satin) to the outer half of your lower lash line.

6. Apply a bright pink pigment to your main lid. I used L'Oreal HIP in Fiery. If you don't want to use a pigment and want the look to be a little less bold, you can use "Buzz" from the Naked 3 palette (metallic rose shimmer.)

7. Apply "Dust" from the Naked 3 Palette (a pale metallic, glittery pink shadow) to the inner corner of your eye.

8. Apply "Trick" (light metallic pinky-copper shimmer) to the inner half of your lower lash line.

9. Using liquid eyeliner, create a wing on your top lash line. I think that eyeliner is key to this look. It adds definition and keeps you from looking sick or like you've been crying.

10. Apply a rosy toned lipstick. I used Maybelline's Warm Me Up (my go-to lipstick at the moment) and a little dab of Maybelline's Pink Me Up on top of that.

And you're done!


  1. Beautiful make up! Love the copper tone on you.

    ~ xo Sheree
    IG: @poshclassymom


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