Urban Decay Naked 3 Palette

Sunday, December 15th 2013 2

A dozen new ways to get Naked

Without a doubt this has been the most anticipated product of 2013 and quite rightly so. This Christmas, your failsafe make-up choice should be the Naked 3 palette.

Following on from the success of Naked 1 and 2, their Naked 3 is the best yet. 12 new and exclusive shades have been teamed together in a rose hued spectrum, collated in one compact and slick gold palette.

First of all let’s talk shade range. Naked 3 contains matte, pearl and shimmer finish pressed shadows meaning that every aspect of your eye make-up is covered. Use the pearl shades on the lid, take matte shades into the socket and top your combination with some shimmer for extra glamour. Each shade looks divine; as with all Urban Decay products, the colour-pay off is intense and lasts well into the night. Want to give it extra lasting power? You’ll get a free sample of each of Urban’s four Primer Potions with your palette. You can choose your favourite and kiss goodbye to creasing or crumbling.

Naked 3

Whether you’re just someone looking for a palette to see you through the party season or a seasoned professional with a list of brides-to-be as long as your arm, this is one of those must have items when it comes to make-up. There’s a reason why the Naked palettes are now among the best selling of all time. 

There’s only one flaw and it’s the same in all 3 palettes; the brush. The brush provided is very firm and synthetic. In fact, it’s perfect for applying your concealer. But when it comes to this palette it is too firm and will pick up far too much product at a time, thus causing waste. Keep your own soft brush in the handy space provided and keep this one for applying your base. It’s a great brush, it’s just not great in this context.

Naked 3

If you buy one thing this Christmas, make it this palette.

Urban Decay’s Naked 3 Palette is £37.00 and available now from Debenhams: www.debenhams.com.

If you’re an Urban Decay fan I’d suggest that you follow their Glasgow Counter Manager, Danielle Roberts, on Instagram. She will show you exactly how to work this palette in style! www.instagram.com/DanielleRobertsMUA.

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