I have been waiting to get an Urban Decay Naked (1,2,3) eyeshadow palette. I have the Urban decay Basics eyeshadow palette which is my most used eyeshadow palette. I requested a friend to pick up the Urban Decay Naked 3 palette during his trip to the US (I wish Urban decay was available at India).
Urban Decay Naked 3 palette includes 12 eyeshadows which are of the same size as an individual shadows. The color theme is that of pink and brown, which you can wear on a daily basis. It also includes a dual-ended eye brush, and a week’s worth of samples of each of their primers.
The packaging is beautiful. The case is a rose gold metal with “waves” indented across the exterior.
All the shadows are highly pigmented, soft, blendable, and easy to use. All the shades stayed a good 8 to hrs on my oily eyelids without primer and almost 10 hrs with primer.
Darkside is my favorite shade, as it was somewhat unusual, and it wasn’t too frosted.
Below is the list of colors –
Strange – it’s a pale neutral pink shade with a matte satin finish. The texture is really nice. It’s a finely milled powder and works great as a highlight shade.
Dust – it’s described as ‘pale metallic pink shimmer with iridescent micro-glitter.’ It’s a light pink color with warm undertone. It has slight glitter which causes fallout during wear. It works better with a damp brush.
Burnout – It’s described as “light pinky-peach satin.” It’s a rosy, medium peach with a pearly finish. It’s an amazing color payoff with no fallout. The texture is really soft and blends like a dream.
Limit – is described as a “light dusty rose matte.” It’s a mauve-y, medium pink with neutral-to-cool undertones and a matte finish.
Buzz- is described as a “metallic rose shimmer with silver micro-glitter.” It’s a warm, coppered rose with a frosted, metallic sheen.
Trick – is described as a “light metallic pinky-copper shimmer with tonal micro-sparkle.” It’s a medium copper with brownish tones and a gold sparkles over a frost finish.
Nooner – is described as a “medium pinky-brown matte.” It’s a medium-dark, rosy plum with neutral-to-warm undertones and a matte finish.
Liar – is described as a “medium metallic mauve shimmer.” It’s a medium brown with subtle warm undertones and a slightly gray-ish cast on top. It had a very frosted, almost metallic, finish.
Factory – is described as a “pinky-brown satin.” It’s a medium-dark brown with warm, reddish undertones and a soft, pearled finish.
Mugshot – is described as a “metallic taupe shimmer with slight pink shift.” It’s a medium-dark, warm-toned taupe with a frosted, metallic finish.
Darkside – is described as a “deep taupe-mauve satin.” It’s a cool-toned, purpled taupe with a pearled finish.
Blackheart – is described as a “smoky black matte with rosy red micro-sparkle.” It’s a deep, blackened burgundy with warm, reddish-brown undertones and ruby red micro-shimmer.
Since I have received this palette, I have been using this every day. You can create endless looks with this palette. It’s really versatile and easy to work with. If you are looking to get into makeup I would suggest one of the Urban Decay Naked palettes for an amazing quality and ease of use. Now I can’t wait to get the entire range of Naked palettes.
I would rate it 5/5. Love it!! Love it!! Love it!!