Urban Decay Naked 3

L-R: Stranger, Dust, Burnout, Limit

T-B: Buzz, Trick, Nooner, Liar

T-B: Factory, Mugshot, Darkside, Blackheart

If someone asked me to state what my favourite brand of eye shadow is I would without a doubt instantly respond with Urban Decay. Nothing else comes close to the luxury quality of their shadows.

Since I first purchased the original Naked Palette I haven't stopped using it, whether it's on myself or if I'm doing someone else's; I always gravitate towards it. So obviously any of the other Naked Palettes were on my Christmas list and I was absolutely over the moon to un-wrap both the Naked 3 and the Naked Basics (Review coming soon!) 

Much like the original palette, all the shades in the Naked 3 are incredibly pigmented but are also a complete dream to blend thanks to their buttery-like formula. I'd say the only downside is that a few of the shades to have quite a bit of fall out, so I'd recommend doing your eye make-up first and then your face make-up when using the very shimmery shades. Other than that, you simply can't fault them.

- Strange: Matte almost white pastel pink
- Dust: A glittery, light pink (this one has the most fall out) 
- Burn out: a warm shimmery rose shade
- Limit: Matte soft Mauve 
- Buzz: Burn out's cool toned sister
- Trick: A stunning metallic copper
- Nooner: Matte darker Mauve (darker version of limit)
- Liar: Light rosey brown shade
- Factory: darker rose toned brown
- Mugshot: Rose toned taupe
- Darkside: rose toned ashy grey
-Blackheart: A black with rose reflects and glitter running through it

These rose toned shades are housed inside a sturdy metal packaging, it looks pretty much indestructible compared to the flimsy packaging of the original Naked palette. Simillarly to all the Naked Palettes, it also comes with a huge mirror and a double ended brush that matches the rose gold packaging. 

I would definitely recommend investing in any of the Naked Palette family, they are seriously worth every penny!

Liv | Deliciously-Floral

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