Urban Decay Naked Palette

21 Nov

Eyeshadow colours included (L-R):
Virgin – Muted satin fleshtone
Sin – Frost pale neutral pink
Naked – Matte light brown
Sidecar – Mauved beige with glitter
Buck – Matte medium brown
Half Baked – Metallic gold
Smog – Metallic bronze
Darkhorse – Dark brown
Toasted – Mauve/brown
Hustle – Plum
Creep – Black with fine silver glitter
Gunmetal – Metallic slate grey with glitter

Double-Ended 24/7 Liner:
Zero – Black
Whiskey – Medium brown

I’m a huge fan of all the Urban Decay palettes, but I’m also a fan of neutral daytime makeup, so this palette was one that I couldn’t wait to try out! I’ve often wished that Urban Decay had more colours that I could easily wear on pale skin for understated looks and it seems that they were listening. This palette has everything from pale and highlighting colours to matte light browns for just a hint of shadow to gunmetal grey and black glitter for dramatic smokey eyes. There’s really no end to the creative looks you could create with this palette, and it’s a fantastic place to start if you’re an Urban Decay newbie! Though it’s currently sold out, I’ve heard rumours that this palette will be returning to Sephora, so keep your eyes and ears open and pick one up ASAP! It’s one of the best palettes I have, and on top of the fantastic shadow and liner colours, it also comes in a lovely-to-touch brown velvet covered palette.

Packaging: 4.5/5 (I love it. It’s sleek, narrow enough to carry with you if you’re a fan of the large purses like I am, nice and soft to the touch and sturdy enough that I don’t worry that it’s going to bend or spill shadow everywhere)
Product quality: 4.5/5 (still not a fan of the glitter in a few of these shadows, but so much better than Midnight Cowboy and Maui Wowie!)
Worth the price? For sure.
Would I purchase again? This is one that I could see needing another of at some point, because the shades are all so wearable that I might actually hit the pan!)


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