Urban Decay have just recently launched the 3rd instalment of its infamous Naked palettes, Naked 3. You may hate it, you may love it, but one thing is for sure; there is no denying the popularity of these palettes.
I personally have never owned or even tried any of the previous 2 palettes. Somehow my best friend managed to convince me to make this purchase as a present for myself.
I tried not to put up too much hope as I am afraid it might not live up to its hype.
I was also skeptical that these palettes might actually have been geared towards fair-skinned beauties.
However I am more than happy to report, this particular palette definitely delivered. As most UD eyeshadows, the colours are all very highly pigmented.
Naked 3 features rose gold-hued neutral colours, with 3 matte colours, and the rest either have subtle shimmers or glitters. This is the perfect palette to do simple everyday eye look or smokey eyes for a night out.
I am absolutely in love with the shades Nooner, Burnout,and Liar. I am not particularly fond of Trick as there was a lot of giltter fall out. But as the title of this entry suggests, it’s my first impression. Perhaps I can give Trick another try.
The brushes that came with it is a very nice touch. They are UD’s brushes from their permanent line and are perfect for application if you are on the go or travelling.
This palette was so well done that it somehow made me purchase the Naked 2 palette. At the point of writing this entry, Naked 2 is sold out at most of Singapore’s Sephoras! Highly impressive.
The point of this entry is to share my opinion. I am in no way saying that everybody have to go out and purchase them. It is pretty expensive and with that price you may get multiple palettes from other brands that may give just as good of a quality as these palettes.
With that said, if you are a make-up enthusiast and would not mind forking out a bit of extra money, this is a versatile palette and it is suitable for most skin types.
Hope this helps! Stay beautiful readers. Xoxo