March 09, 2017

My Naked 3 Palette

This post is not going to be a proper review, because everyone and their cat has already reviewed the Naked 3 palette way better than I could ever do, with plenty of swatches and clever comments thanks to their deeper knowledge of makeup and beauty.


I am not that good at makeup yet, but I love to learn and experiment and I always notice that I get better quite quickly at doing things that once were unthinkable, like applying eyeliner, contouring my cheekbones and filling in my brows.


I bought the Urban Decay Naked 3 palette as a gift to myself on my birthday last month. Since then I have used it almost everyday, just because experimenting with colours and combinations makes me happy, and I must say I am really impressed. I mean, I've had my eyes on this palette since it was put on the market by UD, so I already knew that it was awesome and that I'd love it, but now that I've had the chance to actually test it for a few days I can really say that I'm loving every colour, every glitter, every detail of it. The shadows are super pigmented, which is not something I took for granted in a pink toned palette, they last all day without creasing (they last longer with a primer but they do well even without it, they just fade a little), and they look subtle, simple but super good. They change your look without being too in your face, which is exactly the kind of makeup I always go for.



I've tried more or less all of them on my eyelids and some of them as eyeliners, and I am impressed by how versatile they are and how different each colour looks once you've applied it.

I still love like crazy my Naked 2 and if I had to choose only one of them I think I'd still go for that one first, because it's always been love between the two of us, but I'm really happy now that I have them both, I feel like I don't need any other eyesahdow apart from them, and I am glad that I don't really have to pick one, I can just use both whenever I like.

What's your favourite palette?

Marti xx

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