03 November 2015

The Review | Urban Decay Naked 3



I know this is kind of a crazy thing for a beauty lover to admit...but I didn't own a full Naked palette until a few weeks ago. I've had the Naked Basics palette for a while (which I love), but I never knew which full Naked palette to go for. 


When Naked 3 landed on my doorstep thanks to a surprise package from Urban Decay, I fell instantly in love. It is a stunning collection of rose hued neutrals that is a mixture of matte, satin, and shimmer shadows. The formula is beautiful (like all Urban Decay shadows) - buttery, pigmented, and a dream to blend. The colors have a velvety texture and are very long-lasting. This palette is perfect for a simple every-day look or for a more dramatic evening look. I love smoking out the neutral pink shades with the deeper colors on the end. Below is a run down on each color!


Strange : A pale pink with a semi-matte/satin finish
Dust : A pale pink with a metallic shimmer and micro-glitter
Burnout : A light peachy-pink satin
Limit : A dusty rose with a matte finish
Buzz : A metallic rose shimmer with silver micro-glitter
Trick : A pinky-copper shimmer with a metallic finish
Nooner : A medium pink-brown with a matte finish
Liar : A metallic mauve shimmer
Factory : A pink-brown with satin
Mugshot : A metallic taupe with pink shimmer
Darkside : A deep mauve-taupe with a satin finish
Blackheart : A smoky black with rose micro-glitter

Lastly, the packaging is great. The metal casing is sturdy and won't easily damage while traveling. The mirror is super large, and I love how the top can flip under. Do any of you have the Naked 3 palette? Let me know if you do, or if you love/prefer any of the other Naked palettes! I'm thinking I need to add another one to my collection soon!
*All product in this post c/o Urban Decay. However this post is not sponsored and all opinions are my own.

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