Electric Palette Cleopatra Eye Tutorial


Hello! I have a quick eye tutorial for you today using the Urban Decay Electric Palette! I am LOVING this palette so much! I don’t know if it was the gold jewelry or what, but I felt compelled to include Cleopatra in the name of this eye look. 🙂


The colors I used from the Electric Palette are Chaos, Revolt, Fringe, and Freak. I also brought in MAC Copperplate, which is one of my FAVORITE MAC shadows ever, and MAC Groundwork paint pot as a primer.

UD3I swear I have eyelashes…they’re just REALLY straight!

1- Apply primer if you’re using one. 🙂

2- With a flat shader brush, apply Fringe all over the lid.

3- With the other side of the shader brush, pat Freak lightly over the lid, more so in the center of the lid.

4- Using a fluffy blending brush, buff Copperplate (or another matte gray) into the crease and up to the brow bone. Blend until it looks seamless with Fringe.

5- Lightly blend Revolt onto the brow bone with the same fluffy blending brush.

6- With a smaller brush, apply Chaos to the lower lash line.

7- If desired, apply eye liner to the waterline and upper lash line. I used Urban Decay Perversion on top, and Stila Turquoise Smudge Stick in the waterline.

8- Apply mascara (I used Maybelline The Rocket).


Also on my face: Stila BB Cream, MAC Cantaloupe blush, BH Cosmetics brow kit, and MAC Honeylove lipstick. I kept the rest of my face pretty simple and neutral.

I’m still playing with this palette and hope to come up with some more adventurous looks with it! 🙂


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