You need the Urban Decay Naked Palette. It's SO easy to use and you have countless looks right at your fingertips.
Originally, I wanted to go for an extremely neutral look. Since all the looks I've seen (so far) of this palette have been smokey or dramatic I thought we needed to see something a little different. However, after seeing it in person, I just HAD to try Darkhorse eye shadow. It's just absolutely gorgeous and I can see it being the first to acquire a major dip.
For this look I used:
~ MAC Studio Sculpt Concealer NW25
~ MAC Studio Sculpt Foundation NW25
~ Lancome Dual Finish Powder Matte Bisque II
~ MAC Taupe Brow Pencil
~ MAC Brow Set - Clear
~ Urban Decay Eyeliner in Zero
~ MAC Plushlash Mascara in Black
~ Urban Decay Naked Palette Eye Shadows in Dark Horse (crease & outer V), Toasted (middle of the lid), Sin (inner corners), and Virgin (highlight)
~ MAC Happy Together Mineralized Blush
~ Bare Escentuals Buxom Gloss in Amber
~ Brushes - MAC 168, MAC 219, MAC 227, MAC 239 (2), Mary Kay Mini mascara wand (to brush up the brows)
I was REALLY impressed with the UD Naked Palette. The colors are AMAZING and there are so many possibilities! The shades are blendable and have a large range so you can go neutral all the way up to dramatic and everywhere in between. This is their best palette yet.
Between that and the AWESOMENESS of the Alice In Wonderland palette... I just may be turning into a HUGE Urban Decay junkie!!! Can't wait for their next F&F. I'm more than likely going to go a little wild!
Disclaimer - yes, to me, this eye is dramatic! I'm a normally neutral stay at home mommy ;) But we need to be beautiful too!