Saturday, 30 April 2016

My First Urban Decay Naked Palette 1 , Review

Urban Decay Naked Palette 1 Review

Ok I know this palette has been out for donkeys years and yes I have wanted to buy it, but never got the chance or the opportunity. So this blog post is for the people who like me convince themselves that its ok to not own a Urban Decay Naked Palette 1, no way you are missing out!

I have only had this palette for 3 weeks and I am so very much in love with it! there are some neutral shades some crease mat shades and some glittery shades something for everyone with all skin tones and types!

The packaging is so cute, I know a few years back it was a solid case, this palette has a velvet covering! so sheek lucky me!

 The shades are made up of 12 colours and start off with the lightest and move onto the darkest! theres are some neutral shades and some blending colours .

The neutral colours that are my favourite have to be Half Baked, Buck and Darkhorse, they are all shades of brown and work well as an all over colour or as a crease colour. The shade Virgin works great in the inner duct of the eye it opens the eye up more and gives a 70's look . Sin, Sidecar and Toasted are lovely as all over colours and to finish the look add half baked in the crease and smoke it out or then dark horse, remember both these colours work well in the crease.

Another look that works well for evenings is half baked across the eyelid with Hustle or Smog in the mid eye and in the outer corner where the smokey effect will take place you can add Creep or the colour next to it.

The one good thing about this palette is that you don't have to make it too complicated, if you just want to add an all over colour on the eyelid with lots of mascara that does the trick too, you don't have to be a professional to know what to do with the colour remember a lighter shade all over and a matt brown in the crease and you already have a simple look right there!

 So you see there are so many looks that can be done with this palette and the versatility with this is next to none! Easy to carry, great for travel this one palette covers all the shades needed.

This retails at £38.50 but I think its well worth the price! lots of colours and long lasting!  Urban Decay do orders online delivery is free so go take a look, I'm not sponsored by them! just some information for you all. Which palette do you have? and what type of looks have you done that could inspire me too?!

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