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Here's How To Use The New Naked Palette If You Suck At Eyeshadow

Get ready to take a lot of lit selfies.

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Watch this video to see all of the looks, then learn how to do 'em at home with the tutorials below!

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First up, the smoky cat-eye look.

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What You'll Need:

- Naked Smoky shades in High, Dirtysweet, Radar, and Whiskey

- Double-ended eyeshadow brush from the palette

- Light brown eye pencil (we used this one)

- Black gel eyeliner (we used this one) and a slanted eyeliner brush

- Black mascara (we used this one)

Start by dipping into the color High with the pointed end of your brush to apply to the inner corner of the eye.

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This'll highlight what's usually the darkest part of your eyelid, essentially making you look more awake.

Then, using the larger end of the brush, apply the shade Dirtysweet at the edge of High and blend toward the center of your lid.

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You can also choose to use a flat brush for this, but that's entirely up to you.

Next up, the everyday smoky eye!

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What You'll Need:

- Naked Smoky shades in Armor, Black Market, and Dagger

- Double-ended eyeshadow brush from the palette

- Black eye pencil (we used this one)

- Black mascara (we used this one)

Or, if you're feeling ~adventurous,~ try this purple smoky eye.

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What You'll Need:

- Naked Smoky shades in Whiskey, Smolder, and Password

- Double-ended eyeshadow brush from the palette

- Flat eyeshadow brush

- Black eye pencil (we used this one)

- Black mascara (we used this one)

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