How I Use the Shade ‘Danger’

Hi guys!

As you know I got the Urban Decay Gwen Stefani Palette last month. I love the entire palette including the shade Danger which is a very highly pigmented navy blue.

I have seen a fair few reviews and this colours gets ignored a fair bit. A lot of people prefer the neutrals to this pop of vibrancy.

I love this shade and it has enabled me to be more adventurous with my eye looks. I have worn it a lot lately, and today I wanted to share with you the way that I wear it.

Rest of Face

Keep quite neutral. I teamed this with a subtle pink blush and pink lipstick.



I first primed the lids using my MAC Paintpot in Painterly, and applied the shade Stark across the lid.

I then took the shade Danger on a dampened flat shadow brush and applied this to the lid. This shadow does have a lot of fallout so do pat away the excess. I took this just above the crease, and applied the excess to my lower lash line. Then, taking a clean blending brush, blended out the crease.

In the actual crease, I softened the crease line using Anaheim.

Over the top of Danger, I then applied 1987 on a fluffy blending blush. This is a dirty gold colour and softens the harshness of the blue colour.

As a liner, I applied Blackout on a liner brush and soften this with a smudger brush.

I then took Blonde and applied this to my brow bone (brows have been filled in using the Benefit Gimme Brow).

And that is how I use the navy blue colour. How do you use it?

If you don’t, please show this shade a bit more love. It truly is a stunning shade.

Bye for now!



About jennywren7

I'm Jennifer; northern beauty blogger and Starbucks addict. I enjoy blogging about various aspects of my life and throwing the odd review and tutorial into the mix. Hope you enjoy reading my various ramblings.
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3 Responses to How I Use the Shade ‘Danger’

  1. ayrgalaxy says:

    You can pull off any color so well 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

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