We were very excited to get the very sought after, cult product that everyone runs out to buy, Urban Decay's Naked 3 palette - unless you have been hiding in a makeup free zone you will know this is Urban Decay's third naked palette - and in my opinion the best.
Naked 1 is packed with bronze neutral shades
Naked 2 is all taupe/brown neutral shades
Naked 3 Is beautiful rosey/pink hues
As soon as Mr Postman delivered this I tried it out straight away! I had left all my brushes at the studio so it was a great opportunity to use the brush that came with the set. The brush is a double ended synthetic, cruelty free brush. One end is for blending, the other for applying. It also came with some samples of their best selling primer potions (in different shades and finishes - we use original in the studio on EVERYONE)
These are the two different looks I done using this 1 palette and the brush.
Using this palette you can do anything from a very neutral 'naked' eye all the way to a full smokey eye - you get 12 shades, most shimmery, a couple glittery, and a couple matte (matte shades are perfect for blending the edges of the shimmery or glitter shades)
The brush was fab! I wasn't really expecting much as most brushes that come with palettes are crappy and I end up either binning or using for applying glitter or glitter glue, but as you can see it applies colour's very strong and blends gorgeously! This brush is a keeper, I may have to fight Clare for it!
We have been using it quite a lot in the studio and my fave colour to use on myself at the moment is 'Liar' it's a minky/rose colour and everytime i've worn it clients have said 'Can I have my eyes like yours?' it's very pretty.
Naked 3 is £37 and I would encourage any Urban Decay/makeup lovers to run out and buy it - 12 shades in a gorgeous palette with a mirror, brush included, the shadows are pigmented (if you have used Urban Decay before you'll know what I mean) They blend gorgeous and it's just the perfect little palette to have in your collection.
If you would like to know what shades I have used for the photo's above let me know