Urban Decay Naked 3: Three Days, Three Ways

I must be the last blogger on earth to have never tried an Urban Decay Naked palette. The cult collection has just never appealed to me enough to part with £38 on a single palette, especially considering I've always been able to find wicked alternatives on the high street (the MUA Undressed collection stands out as an amazing set of shadows for the price). That all changed over Easter when I was lucky enough to win the Naked 3 palette. Filled with rosey-bronze hues, I really wasn't sure what to expect. Fast forward a few weeks of playing around with the contents and I think I'm finally beginning to find a way to wear the shadows that suits me. The shadows themselves just as buttery and easy to blend as promised and the shades seem to compliment each other really well no matter the combination. With three mattes and a selection of different levels of shimmer to play with, creating a look that works for any occasion really isn't too difficult.

My only gripe would be the lasting power of these shadows. I wouldn't say that I have particularly oily lids and even with a primer underneath I find it difficult to keep the look fresh throughout the day. That's not something that I've heard mentioned in other reviews though so it could just be that my lids don't take to these kind of shadows too well. Either way, it's a beautiful palette and one that I can see myself getting plenty of use from in the future.

   Limit, Buzz & Trick

Limit, Buzz & Trick

   Nooner, Liar & Factory

Nooner, Liar & Factory

   Mugshot, Darkside & Blackheart

Mugshot, Darkside & Blackheart

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