Urban Decay Naked 3 Palette Review *

Urban Decay!! 

I was so lucky to be sent this product from ProductTesting.uk.com to review as all the Urban Decay Naked Palettes are so beautiful and the whole internet are raving about them....and I'm not surprised! wow is all I can say...go get yourself these palettes, you will not be disappointed!

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So here goes.....!

The Product comes in a beautiful branded box, which makes the product feel just as expensive as it looks. There is information about the product on the back of the box with a list of the colours including an image of the application brush.  

The palette case is a beautiful gold / pink metal and feels really sturdy and strong and has an expensive look and feel to it. The branding is bevelled and sits raised on the palette in a lovely gold colour.

When I opened the box, I was surprised to see that the product comes with four free samples of the Urban Decay Eye Shadow Primer Potion. Each of these primers prep the eyelids ready for the eye shadow to be applied and all leave a lovely soft finish to the eyelid, and each pod lasts a week! FREEBIES!

The shadow collection themselves are all a beautiful rosy colour with hints of gold throughout, fitting in with the neutral collection that is the naked palettes. There are 12 colours in this palette and consist of some beautiful matte colours as well as some shimmery hues, with gold flecks. 

The palette starts with a pale pink hue called “Strange” and goes right to the other end with a deep black matte colour with flecks of red glitter within.  The shade “strange” is a brilliant multi purpose colour and as well as an eye shadow, I have used it to highlight the bridge on my nose, my eyebrow bone and my cheeks.

The texture of these eye shadows is so soft and I didn’t get any fallout from them whilst applying them to my eyelid. The matte colours are really soft and the glittery shades aren’t too harsh and give a lovely shimmer to the eye. The application is really easy and you only need a small amount of the shadow on the brush, to get the desired effect, although each colour is easily build-able. 

The colours that were used include : Strange, Limit,
Nooner and Burnout

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