We haven't actually done the math, but we're pretty sure the number of smoky eyes one can create with the Urban Decay Naked palette is infinite. Here are the most impressive ones we've seen on Pinterest.
This silver version uses the original Urban Decay Naked Smoky palette. It features a dusting of the light-silver Virgin on the brow bone and the darker-gray Sin on the inner crease.
This beautiful rosy smoky eye was made by a beauty blogger using the Urban Decay Naked 3 Eye Shadow Palette.
Now back to the original Naked palette for this purple version. We love how this blogger used the deep-purple Creep on the outer edges of her lids for a romantic look.
Bow down to this two-tone version that makes use of the first Naked palette. The makeup artist mixed Toasted, Hustle, and Buck on the top of her eyes, and then brushed Half Baked on her lower lids. She also used Virgin under her brow.
This golden smoky eye created from the original Naked palette is perfect for blue eyes.
Let the folks over at PopSugar Beauty school you on how to use the Naked Smoky palette to create an old-school smoky eye that's incredibly versatile.
Here's a peach-and-purple smoky eye that's perfect for darker skin tones. This blogger used the Naked 3 palette.
And who better to teach you how to master a smoky eye than megafamous beauty blogger Kandee Johnson? Here, she uses the Naked Smoky palette for a look that has a bit of lightness at the edges.
See the Urban Decay Naked Smoky Eye Palette in action:
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