Urban Decay Naked 3 Palette



When it comes to the Urban Decay Naked Palettes I have, what I like to call, a Pokemon policy: gotta catch 'em all. When I heard a few weeks back that Urban Decay was coming out with yet another installment of the Naked Palettes I just about jumped out of my chair with excitement. I think part of the reason why I was so keen to try the latest edition is because it is quite different from the Naked 1, Naked 2, and even the Naked Basics palettes. The Naked 3 features very rosy tones, which I'm normally not extremely attracted to but these shadows might be making me change my opinion. 








And without further ado here are the shadows:


Strange: A pale matte peachy-pink 

Dust: Glittery light pink
Burnout: Shimmery peachy-pink (kind of reminds me of MAC Jest)
Limit: A matte light rose
Buzz:  Shimmery/glittery medium rose
Trick: Metallic rose gold
Nooner:  Medium pink-toned brown
Liar: Shimmery rose-brown
Factory: Purple-toned medium brown
Mugshot: Silvery-taupe
Darkside: A matte deep-grey/taupe
Blackheart: Black base with burgundy sparkle (reminds me a lot of MAC Beauty Marked)


From left to right: Strange, Dust, Burnout 
From left to right: Limit, Buzz, Trick

From left to right: Nooner, Liar, Factory

From left to right: Mugshot, Darkside, Blackheart
Although there are a lot of pink-toned shades, I think the people at Urban Decay did a really good job at keeping the palette balanced and not too pink and glittery. As always the quality of these shadows is impeccable, although, because Dust and Buzz are on the glittery side, there is a bit of fall out. I would totally recommend this palette, especially for all of you green-eyed beauties! 

And expect a few FOTDs featuring this palette in the coming weeks! :) 


Have you tried the Naked 3 palette?


xx Hannah

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