Review: Urban Decay Naked Palette

Hello Hello Hello… 

So this post will be the first of quite a few where I’m going to swatch, and review the majority of my Eye Shadow Palettes. The Urban Decay Naked palette should be the staple to any Make-Up lovers collection whether it be the first Palette you get or its just another addition to a growing collecting its a must have! 

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As you can tell from the above picture my Palette is well loved. I must say I’m glad they changed the packaging because the velour material and gold embellishment is not hard wearing at all. However, Its compact, lightweight with plenty of colours which will give you endless looks. If you looking for a Palette to take on holiday with you to last for 7 days, 10 days or 14 days then any of the first 2 Palettes will be ideal for this! 

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From Left to Right: Virgin, Sin, Naked, Sidecar, Buck, Half Baked, Smog, Darkhorse, Toasted, Hustle, Creep & Gunmetal.

In this palette there are 10 ‘Shimmer’ shadows & 2 ‘Matte’ Shadows. This palette really offers everything you will need to create endless looks using the wide range of shades.

The only negative point I will say about the NAKED Palette is that they are very crumbly in the pan. I find there is a lot of fall just from using the brush to apply.

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 The NAKED Palette has 12 highly pigmented long wearing shades with some of the best shadow names. My favourite colours from this Palette would be the Matte shade ‘Buck’ which is ideal to use in the crease & the Shimmer shade ‘virgin’ as a highlight. If your looking for a colour to just apply to your lid for a simple day look if your in a rush then ‘Half Baked’ is personally the ideal shade. With its Bronze shimmery tone its a subtle shade for all over the lid. You could even add some more definition to your eye by working in      ‘Dark horse’ into the crease along your ‘Outer V’ blending as you go along to ensure there are no harsh lines!

You can buy the NAKED Palette HERE  

Thank You so much for reading this post. 

Joanna.x

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