Tuesday, September 13th, 2011

If you were using Urban Decay Strip Eyehadow, how would you wear it?

What products would you use? Where would you wear it? Would it be the star of the look? Create a look using whatever you want, as long as you include today’s look book product!

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11 thoughts on “How would you wear Urban Decay Strip?

  1. I would wear it on my lower lash line heavily, from tear duct to past my lower lash line. Neutral shadow on top and heavy cat eye. Neautral lips and peach blush!

  2. lesleyk

    I don’t know but I’m so glad you asked as I’ve been wondering how to wear this. I fell in love when you reviewed it recently, but I’m hopeless with eyeshadow. How would this look with a stormy blue such as Parisian Skies in the crease?

  3. Yazmin

    all over the lid, with nars night breed in the outer corner and crease for an smokey eye. heavily tightline the eyes. paired with my new love cherish lipstick and nars torrid blush and rapa nui multiple for contour. I would wear this any day.

  4. Id use it as a crease color and a bone color on the lid. line with liquid liner on top, Mascara, peach cheeks and peach tone lips.

  5. Profile wp-user-avatar wp-user-avatar-60 alignnone photo of Justine Justine

    Smokey eye for sure. Love this shadow.

  6. Leila

    Strip has to be the star of the look, it’s too unique not to be.

    I’d wear it with MAC’s Prussian (they look great together) and Knight Divine.

    Strip all over the lid and Prussian lining the lower lid, Arabic-style. Knight Divine in the crease. Lot’s of black liner on the waterline and the darkest blackest mascara. Pink lips and cheeks, any pink would do, from baby pink to hot pink, the genereal textures being slightly dewy and focusing on highlighting the face (no contouring).

    It’s tempting to add more colours and line the upper lid, but I think holding back and keeping the look simple is best to let Strip really shine!

  7. Profile wp-user-avatar wp-user-avatar-60 alignnone photo of Veronica Veronica

    Vogue had an ad a couple months back that used a similar color around the lash line, paired with dark liner and a red lip. I’ve wanted to try recreating it for awhile, and Strip would be the perfect dupe shade for it. Too bad my local Sephora was sold out when I went to buy it. :( I guess I’ll just have to grab it online.

  8. strip and kiddie pool (urban decay) together…..glitter!!!!……lots of it….loads of it….all over…YAY!!!!!!

    It really is pretty together….and somehow, I really dont get glitter all over my face, it doesnt fall off like everyone complains of with kiddie pool or any glitter eyeshadows by UD.

  9. I normally wear strip with a smokey eye.
    It looks good with my blue eyes :) And like mentioned before, if you add a bit of kiddie pool, or even shattered in (for a tint of green) it is a gorgeous colour

  10. Mirjana

    Somehow I like keeping Strip simple. A gentle wash of color all over the eyelids and Zero in a somewhat thicker line on the upper eyelids…it’s my today’s look ;)