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How to make your own naked deck shade

How to make your own naked deck shade

I had to make some pretty bold predictions.

But I am so glad I did.

I mean, look at this beautiful deck shade.

The only reason I am not wearing it right now is because I am on a trip and I am in a bad mood.

I think I will go out and buy a whole bunch of clothes this weekend to make it even better. 

In the meantime, here is how to make a naked deck.

You can also see my tips and tricks to get the best results from this tutorial. 

I was actually a bit nervous about making this deck shade because it was a big challenge to create the perfect shade for a nude nude body.

But luckily I made it without any major mistakes. 

You can see the complete tutorial here: https://www.thebeautyinc.com/how-to-make-your-own-nude-deck-shade-3-ways-shading-and-shimmering-for-naked-body/ The tutorial is really simple and can be completed in about 5 minutes.

If you want to try it out, you can follow this video tutorial to see how. 

It is also possible to make this deck using just one of the many other nude and nude-only decks I have shared before. 

The instructions below are also very easy and do not require any makeup.

I made this deck because I was having a hard time finding nude-specific nude-based makeup and it was difficult to find products that would do the job without a ton of concealer.

The shade I used for this deck was actually called the nude deck and I did not want to spend $10+ on it because I could just buy a nude-appropriate nude-style concealer and be done with it.

But if you are looking for something else, the nude deck will work just fine. 

For those of you who want to experiment with different shades of nude-and nude-alone, I suggest the following: Shadows that work best with nudes that are slightly darker than you normally would have them, like a nude shade like the one shown here. 

Shades that do not need a lot of concealering to work well with Nudes (such as neutral or light shades). 

Shade that does not look too shimmery (like the nude version shown here). 

And finally, Shapes that make it a little more comfortable (e.g. matte or satin). 

There are also several other nude- and nude only deck shades that I have found that work great for me. 

If you do not see something you want or can not find in the video tutorial, feel free to ask me in the comments below.

I am always open to suggestions. 

Happy nude-ing! 

Hope you liked this tutorial and want to share your own nude deck shade!