Urban Decay Naked 3 Palette!

Hello Everyone,

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I hope you’re all well! Today I’m going to review the hugely anticipated Naked 3 Palette. The previous two palettes from the Urban Decay Naked Collection have had such amazing reviews, and there is no doubt that Urban Decay have smashed it again! This palette is absolutely gorgeous! The shadows are beautifully pigmented and there are more shimmer shades in this palette than the previous two palettes. They’re not too shimmery, so be put off if you’re shimmer shy! This palette provides more rose-gold, pinky shades, which isn’t something I’d have though would suite me, but the shade really compliment my skin tone. This palette is also really versatile, you can easily produce a beautiful day look, and then add some darker shades into the crease and below the lash-line to create a more evening wear.

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I really like the packaging too, I found the felt material of the first palette wore quite easily and looks a bit dirty now! But I feel like this tin-like material will not wear at all. I also like how the bronze colour corroborates with the colour spectrum of the eyeshadows.

Additionally, I usually really dislike the brushes that are included within normal palettes, I find they’re too corse and never really blend very well. However, the dual brush that is included within this palette is really soft, enabling a great application with the flatter brush and then blending with the fluffier one.

Overall, this is a great palette, with a great price of £37, considering you get 12 shadows, so comes to around £3 per shade!!

I highly recommend this palette and will be amazing for the Spring Summer season for makeup since bronzes and golds are in this season!

Lots of love,

Alice xx

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4 thoughts on “Urban Decay Naked 3 Palette!

    1. Definitely buy it! It’s so nice!! Yeah the brushes are really lovely which is a change!! It also came with eyeshadow bases and primer swatches which I forgot to include! You’ll be pleased when you buy it! X

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  1. Looks like a great palette. I agree with you on the tin thing. I don’t really understand why Naked 1 was in that weird material case. It picks up so much powder/shadow.

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