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Tuesday, 19 February 2013

Urban Decay Naked Palette: Swatches & Review


The Original NAKED
I have a first gen Naked palette to review although I will not be review the eyeliner as these are not apart of the current Naked palette for sale. Retails for $44US or $50CAN, I bought two of these when they originally came out. ;)

The Urban Decay Naked palette now retails for $54US or $64CAN and comes with a brush.

Flocked case
Flocked case it does pick up stuff and little hard to clean
Products: All these eyeshadows are richly pigmented and almost buttery to work with. Creep is a touch sheer but still a billable colour.

Colour:
Virgin is a pale nude beige with a shimmered/satin finish (not too frosty for a highlighter shade)
Sin is a pink/nude champagne and a frost finish.
Naked is a medium beige-brown with a matte finish. This shade for me is a excellent crease and contour colour on my fair skin
Sidecar is a medium nude bronze brown with a strong shimmer finish
Buck is a matte mid tone beige-brown. Definitely a warm shade.
Half Baked is a gold/coppery with a frost-metallic finish. (This isn't my favourite golden shade for no reason.) ;)
Smog is a dark brown with a metallic bronze sheen. 
Darkhorse is a darkened deep chocolate brown with flecks of bronze. 
Toasted is a light burgundy with a shimmery finish. (I like this one on my outer corners)
Hustle is a dark purple/red based brown with a soft shimmer.
Creep is a darkened blue-black base with silver and teal shimmer. 
Gunmetal is a blue based metallic grey that has lighter shimmer particles.

Packaging: Cardboard box that has been flocked. The box I don't mind but the flocking it hard to keep clean.

Daylight swatches: Virgin, Sin, Naked, Sidecar, Buck, Half Baked, Smog, Darkhorse, Toasted, Hustle, Creep, & Gunmetal
Flash swatches: Virgin, Sin, Naked, Sidecar, Buck, Half Baked, Smog, Darkhorse, Toasted, Hustle, Creep, & Gunmetal
Verdict:
This palette has mostly frost/shimmer shades but the range of colours makes i a nice one to have if your inter neutrals.

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