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I like MAC Cranberry on lid, Shadowy Lady in crease, and UD Strange under brow. Looks good with that new UD liner Blackheart.

UD Naked 3 look using Mugshot on the lid with Darkside in the outer corner and into the crease with Nooner to blend that out and Limit as a transition. Used Strange on the browbone and inner corner with a tiny bit of Blackheart just in the outer v.

Hopefully, the palette will grow on you, Amy! I’m surprised I like it as much as I do since most of these aren’t shades I typically would pick for myself.

I love the right half, but not the left as much. I’ve played with it a little, and I do like it, but Naked 2 is still my favorite.

Just got two Kat Von D palettes, Poetica & Ladybird. There are an assortment of combinations I have tried and really liked from both of them. My current favorite has got to be Chandler on lid with Wonderland on the outer corner & into the crease with Tijuana or khol as liner. I have green eyes and the orange and blackened plum-burgundy combo is really striking. I had never used KVD shadows before, best major palette purchases I’ve made in a long time. I’m really pleased with both of them!

I love it. It works with everything I have used it with! Every color is a favorite, I can see myself actually using this one up.

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There have actually been quite a few, when I think over it, but the one that immediately sprang to mind when I read the question was quite a simple combo I di ages ago:

Urban Decay eyeshadows in Infamous and Limelight, with a brown liner (probably UD demolition). I got *so* many compliments on it, and I felt great wearing it the whole time!
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I needed something really “long lasting” a few days ago and pulled out Maybelline Tough as Taupe (which I haven’t used in ages) and applied that all over the lid and then pressed TheBalm Insane Jane over top and up into the crease. I used TooFaced Heaven as a highlighter. It’s not the most exciting of combos but Insane Jane looks SO nice that the whole look ended up being very pretty and it lasted through a very long day.

Urban Decay Foxy to highlight, UD Snakebite on inner and outer third of eye and lower lash line, MAC Coppering in middle third, MAC Patina to blend those into Foxy. It was a pretty intense look .

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I wore theBalm Adagio (from the Balm Jovi palette) on the entire lid last night, with MAC Silver Dawn smoked out in the crease. I think I liked it so much because I got the blending just right, which has always been hard for me!!

I love the taupe in that duo, but am still experimenting with incorporating the green shade. Can I ask you how you were this combo?

I love my everyday combo of a neutral coppery lid with a dark smokey outer V and crease, usually using navy blue or dark purple and a coordinating eyeliner. Sometimes I’ll keep the crease colour neutral, either brown or pewter, and add a pop of colour with a teal or bright purple eyeliner.
My daughter often comments on how pretty my eyes look, especially with a brighter eyeliner, and lately she’s been getting into the neutrals more herself (as in borrowing my Naked 2 palette daily!)

I love my everyday combo of a neutral coppery lid with a dark smokey outer V and crease, usually using navy blue or dark purple and a coordinating eyeliner. Sometimes I’ll keep the crease colour neutral, either brown or pewter, and add a pop of colour with a teal or bright purple eyeliner.
My daughter often comments on how pretty my eyes look, especially with a brighter eyeliner, and lately she’s been getting into the neutrals more herself (as in borrowing my Naked 2 palette daily!)

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