Who has been waiting for this review~? Sorry in advance that it's been taking me so long to post this, I've been really busy with exams and other stuff.
Today I'll be reviewing the new Urban Decay Naked3 Palette. I'd heard so many great things about this before purchasing it, so I was really excited to get this one for myself. I already have the original Naked Palette from Urban Decay, which I love, so let's see what I think of this one~!
The packaging is similar to the packaging of the Naked2 Palette. It's a tin case, which is better for traveling compared to the plush case of the original Naked Palette. Also I liked that it has a larger mirror, which is always useful.
Every Naked Palette comes with a sample product. The Naked1 has a mini Primer Potion and the Naked2 had a mini lip gloss. However the Naked3 has a packet of four different primer. I was disappointed in this cause I hate foil packet samples, they're a one time use so you can never really tell if they're right for you. I'd rather that they just gave a mini of one of the primers instead.
The Naked3 has twelve rose tone eyeshadows which all are brand new colors from Urban Decay. They can't be purchased in singles so you can only get these colors in the Naked3. The shadows are in multiple different finishes, matte, pearl, and metallic.
Here are swatches of all the colors and I also provided a quick description of each of the colors. . .
Strange - Matte Cream
Dust - Shimmery Baby Pink
Burnout - Warm Toned Pink
Limit - Matte Dusty Rose
Buzz - Shimmery Rose Pink
Trick - Metallic Pinky-Gold
Nooner - Matte Dark Dusty Rose
Liar - Shimmery Pinky-Copper
Factory - Shimmery Dark Brown
Mugshot - Metallic Bronze Gold
Darkside - Cool Toned Brown
Blackheart - Black with Red Shimmer
I love all of these colors. They're well pigmented and look amazing. However I noticed that some of them have a lot of fall out, especially Dust. When I wear it, sometimes I get pink shimmer on my face.
Like all of the Naked Palettes, this one comes with a brush too. This one is a dual ended brush, one side is a flat shadow brush and the other is a fluffy blending brush. Both are great for making any eye look and it's great quality.
All Naked Palettes are $52.00, which is a lot of money to spend on a palette. It may seem like a lot, but if you know you're going to use it and you're not just buying it for the name, it's much worth it.
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I love this palette~~! I wear eyeshadow on a daily basis so this was money well spent. I just with Urban Decay gave a better sample with this palette. I like getting samples. I recommend this palette if pink toned colors look good on you and if you know you'll use this. It still may be difficult to get one of these, since they're selling out like crazy, so just be patient.
I hope you guys enjoyed this review. I plan on doing a Valentine's Day makeup tutorial using this palette. Leave me a comment if you want to see that. I'll see you at my next post~!