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100% Pure Pretty Naked: 1 Palette, 3 Looks

I have been putting 100% Pure's Fruit Pigmented Pretty Naked Palette to the test and wanted to highlight how versatile this product is by putting together three beautiful looks!

Pigmented with fruits, seeds, flowers and vegetables, this gorgeous palette contains a luminizer, blush, and three neutral eye shadows. The texture of these pressed powders is soft and silky-smooth, but the intensity is lacking a bit. The blush is nicely pigmented, but I find that I have to add layer upon layer of the eye shadows to achieve the opacity that I enjoy. While the luminizer imparts a subtle pink shimmer, it illuminates beautifully and adds a fresh radiance when combined with the blush.

100% Pure's Fruit Pigmented Pretty Naked Palette

Swatches of 100% Pure's Fruit Pigmented Pretty Naked Palette
From left to right - Pink Champagne Luminescent Powder; Pretty Naked Blush; Eyeshadows in Flax Seed, Toffee, and Chestnut

I am wearing W3ll People's Narcissist Foundation in shade 0 and a bit of RMS Beauty Buriti Bronzer in all of these photos. After working with these shadows a bit, I noticed that there is a tremendous amount of fallout. Therefore, I recommend starting your routine with these eye shadows so that any dusty fallout can easily be cleaned up without disrupting your foundation. I also primed my lids with Vapour Organic Beauty's Stratus Luminous Instant Skin Perfector before creating each of these looks. This really seemed to help extend the wear time of these shadows and to intensify their coloration significantly.

Soft, Smoky Eye with Winged Liner

These eyeshadows are creamy and blend with such ease! I started by packing Flax Seed all over my lid with a medium-sized shadow brush.


I then shaded from the outer corner to the middle of each of my eyes with Toffee. I also blended some of this color into my lower lash line with a pencil brush.


With a small, angled brush that I dampened with some water, I used Chestnut as a liner to create a soft wing. I followed my lash line for a bit of definition and then angled my brush from the outer corner of my eye to the end of my brow.



I then added some of the Pink Champagne Luminescent Powder to the inner corner of each of my eyes using my finger and applied a generous coat of 100% Pure's Maracuja Mascara to my top and bottom lashes.


Next, I popped some of the Pretty Naked blush onto the apples of my cheeks with a big fluffy brush and applied some of the Pink Champagne Luminescent Powder to the tops of my cheekbones.



I finished this look off with Axiology Beauty's lipstick in Philosophy.


Glamorous Cut Crease

I started off by packing the Pink Champagne Luminescent Powder all over my lid with a medium-sized shadow brush. For a crisp cut crease, I like to use a teaspoon as a guide. It sounds weird, but it totally works! I just covered my eye with the spoon and used a fluffy shadow brush to shade a mixture of Toffee and Chestnut into my crease.


I then went back in with Chestnut on an angled brush to add even more depth in the crease of each of my eyes. I found it very difficult to create a defined cut crease with these shadows due to their lack of pigmentation, even on my very pale skin.


Next, I applied a generous coat of 100% Pure's Maracuja Mascara to my top and bottom lashes.

100% Pure's Maracuja Mascara

I then blended the Pretty Naked blush and Pink Champagne Luminescent Powder onto the apples of my cheeks with a big fluffy brush and finished this look off with Axiology Beauty's lipstick in Attitude.



Monochrome Pink

First, I applied the Pretty Naked blush all over my lids with a medium-sized shadow brush.


I then added some of the Pink Champagne Luminescent Powder to the inner corner of each of my eyes using my finger and applied a coat of 100% Pure's Maracuja Mascara to my top and bottom lashes.

Next, I popped a fair amount of the Pink Champagne Luminescent Powder onto the apples of my cheeks with a fluffy brush and finished the look with Axiology Beauty's lipstick in The Goodness.


I hope that you enjoyed previewing the versatility of this palette through a few simple looks. Overall, I think that it is a great neutral palette that would be a staple in anyone's collection.

Have you tried 100% Pure's Fruit Pigmented Pretty Naked Palette?

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