Urban Decay Palettes Review!

Hi Guys!

Today I’m back with a review of my two new palettes from Urban Decay!


I really wanted one of them for the longest time, so I decided to treat myself with one of them for Christmas. I got myself the Naked 3 palette but then I was surprised with another one as a Christmas gift! So now I am happy to have both of them: Naked and Naked 3!

 Debenhams price: £38,50

Both palettes contain brushes and have beautiful colors, so I can’t be more happy to have them!


#1. Urban Decay- Naked 3 Palette:



The packaging is made out of tin material with a rose-gold color to it and it contains a big mirror and a double-ended brush! The packaging also contained Eyeshadow primer potion with 4 eyeshadow primers: 



Urban Decay- Naked 3 Palette contains 12 beautiful pink toned shadows with matte, shimmer or glitter base!






12 beautiful pink based colors include:

Starting from the bottom: Strange, Dust, Burnout, Limit, Buzz, Trick, Nooner, Liar, Factory, Mugshot, Darkside, Blackheart.

The colors are very beautiful BUT the fallout of some of them is very big, which is a little disappointing 😦  It’s also a little hard to blend some of the colors.

>>Favorite colors from the palette: Liar, Mugshot & Burnout<<

#2. Urban Decay- Naked Palette:



Urban Decay- Naked, this palette is so beautiful! I love the velvet case with the gold writing on it. It definitely stands out next to the other Naked palettes!

It contains 12 beautiful bronzed shadows (satin, matte and shimmer) with amazing pigmentation!






Starting from the bottom: Virgin, Sin, Naked, Sidecar, Buck, Half Baked, Smog, Darkhorse, Toasted, Hustle, Creep, Gunmetal.

 It’s a great palette if you’re looking for natural bronzed shadows with a little shimmer pop to it! It’s definitely my favorite out of the two because the colors blend very well and there is not as much fallout as in the Naked 3 palette!

>>Favorite colors from the palette: Sidecar, Half Baked, Smog & Toasted<<

Both palettes have beautiful colors but I prefer the Naked palette over the Naked 3, just because it blends better and the fallout is limited.

Hope you enjoyed this little review! Let me know what you think and which Urban Decay palette is your favorite!




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