10 Makeup Tutorials Using The UD Smoky Palette

Where there's smoke, there's fire. The Urban Decay Smoky eye shadow palette has absolutely taken the beauty community by storm. After being released to the public on July 8, the palette is has been getting sensational reviews all over social media. With such a cult following behind Urban Decay's Naked palettes, it's no surprise that the Smoky palette has been such a hit. This new palette is the range of shades that offer both cool and warm tones, which means that you'll be able to achieve a variety of looks using just one palette. How great is that?!

With so many shades to chose from, you'll probably want a little guidance before you start smoking up your eyelids all willy-nilly. For that, just turn to YouTube! The Internet is filled to the brim with tutorials teaching you how to use this cult product. Whether you want to learn to do a simple eye look or go full on glam, there is a tutorial out there for you. Don't know where to start? Here are a few of my favorite eye makeup tutorials using Urban Decay's Smoky palette.

Urban Decay's Smoky Palette , $50, Amazon

1. KathleenLights

A silver smokey eye with a glossy lip? Sign me up!

2. Tati

This light brown eye shadow look is so classic.

3. Madeyewlook Twice

Yass girl, yass. This eye makeup is super fierce. I'm loving this cat-eye look.

4. Dulce Candy

Dulce is the queen of blending. Her eye makeup is always on point.

5. Andrea Renee

Silver eye shadow has never looked so good!

6. Nelly Toledo

This black eye shadow look is absolutely sensational. I love the black shadow paired with a shimmery highlight.

7. MsRoshPosh

Love a sparkly look? Who doesn't?! Say hello to my new Friday night makeup routine.

8. ThatGirlShaeXO

I love what Shae did with darker brown colors in the palette. It's definitely different from the other looks I've seen on YouTube.

9. Kristen Leanne

This look is just so cool . Get it? She uses cool tone eye shadow? I'll stop.

10. Kayleigh Noelle

I'm such a sucker for brown smoky eye makeup. It looks great on every eye color.

Now go forth and smoke your heart out!

Image: tati/YouTube