Anyone sick of hearing about the Urban Decay Naked 3 palette yet? Well here’s another unnecessary post gushing about it. Sorry, but it’s just so pretty!
There’s honestly no point in me even swatching this, it’s been done to death (and as soon as Temptalia swatches something, you ain’t getting no better) so I thought I’d do a quick post showing how I’ve been wearing it.
I start by covering my entire lid with Burnout, a colour that’s properly nude on my pink skin tone but with a nice shimmer. I add a dab of Dust in the inner corners for sparkle and blend Buzz from the outer corners in across the lid towards the middle.
I then use Factory in the crease and outer corner and below my bottom lashes. I then apply Urban Decay’s 24/7 Glide on eye pencil in Bourbon to my waterline and add a slick of mascara – currently CoverGirl Lash Blast Clump Crusher.
I don’t wear foundation everyday. Recently I’ve been using Benefit’s That Gal primer to smooth things out and Collection’s Lasting Perfection Concealer in Light to cover any redness and under my eyes. I’m also currently loving The Natural Collection Blush in Peach Melba and a slick of Maybellines’s Pop Stick in Crystal Pink
On first glance, the Naked palettes can look a little heavy on the sparkle factor, but as you can see, they are easy to work for the daytime. Naked 3 is my favourite of the bunch. I think that the pink golds suit my complexion and, as is expected from Urban Decay, the quality is exceptional. Sure, the colours within the palette are kinda similar to each other, but they are all wearable and that doesn’t happen often. I’ve heard people saying that they can’t believe they’ve made another but it is entirely different to Naked and Naked 2. Personally, if I could only have one, I’d plump for Naked 3.
Lastly, one piece of advice. Do not drop your Naked 3 on your wooden floors. The clasps will break and you will be devastated. My poor baby 😦
Are you a fan of Naked 3? Will you be buying?