Reviewing UD's Naked3 Palette. | Beauty.

Hi, everyone
One of the first products I ever got from Urban Decay, was a present for my 16th birthday - the Naked3 palette. I am loving the palette and I've been using it every chance I get.


Unless you've been living under a rock, you probably already know that the Naked palettes are one of Urban Decay's most talked about products. Naked3 comes with a synthetic dual-ended eye-shadow brush, just like the Naked2 palette and it does the job perfectly. It also comes with 4 sample size Primer Potions: Original, Sin - which is shimmery, Eden - a nude matte and Anti-Aging. The packaging is very sturdy and snaps shut. Inside are 12 brand-new - highly pigmented - eye-shadows and the brush, as well as a large mirror.


As I'm fairly light for an Indian (with a slight yellowy undertone), its hard to predict whether I can pull off these types of colours but this beautiful pink-heavy palette, looks incredible and quite flattering on. Everything is Urban Decay's typically amazing quality and are all to-die-for. It probably would look more compelling on someone who has a lighter shade of skin than me but I wouldn't deny the fact that this palette would look pretty on every skin-tone. Majority of this palette will give you a pink-rosey tone to your look rather than a "naked" tone but it all depends on your colour preference.


Strange is a pale beige with a slight pinky undertone, which is matte,
Dust is a peachy pink that's very shimmery,
Burnout is a satin version of dust,
Limit is a matte pinky-taupe colour.


Buzz is a satin rose,
Trick is a satin pinky-copper shade,
Nooner is a matte taupe,
Liar is a satin mauve.


Factory is a satin brown,
Mugshot is a satin taupe,
Darkside is a satin dark taupe, edging onto black,
Blackheart is a dark brown-black with copper glitter.


If you're looking for more of the "naked" look I would highly recommend going for the first or second palette instead of this one. The first palette holds 12 gold-hued shades that are mattes, satin's and shimmers whereas the second palette includes some of the golden shades from the first but also comes with some taupe-hued shades too.

All the Naked palettes cost £38, which is a splurge if you're a teenager who doesn't earn money yet and lives off their parents, but maybe hinting it to your parents that you want it for your birthday or Christmas might help!

 -XO

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