Urban Decay Naked Basics Palette- Photos & Review :)

 Hey Readers (:
Today’s featured product is the Urban Decay Naked Basics Palette!
IMG_3346Featuring the long awaited Urban Decay palette including matte eye shadows.

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This is the back of the packaging with the colors listed.

IMG_3350The packaging is so sleek & chic, I am so in love ❤

IMG_3351The Urban Decay naked basics palette includes 1 shimmer highlight color, aka VENUS, and 5 matte colors. 5 of the 6 colors in this palette were never before seen in other palettes except for FOXY, which was included in the Naked 2 palette.

IMG_3352I appreciate the fact that Urban Decay always includes a mirror in the palettes. If you’re running out of time in the house to apply your make-up, be thankful for the mirror. It helps a ton— I know. Aren’t these colors beautiful? This palette is a great stand alone palette, meaning you can create a variety of eye looks using just these colors, or f you own any of the other Naked palettes, you can use some of those colors as well, or any other eye shadows you own. One thing I love about these amazing matte shadows is that they are NOT chalky! I’ve been using this palette daily & at times include half-baked, one of my favorite eye shadows from UD.

IMG_3353Venus is a satin neutral pink/white-shimmered creamy white.
The color payoff is excellent & the texture is soft, smooth, and buttery.

Foxy is a yellow beige with a matte finish; reminds me of sand.
It has good color payoff & was soft and smooth to work with. 

Walk of Shame- sandy color with a hint of light pink.
Great pigmentation.

Naked 2 is a taupe, brown with some gray &  a matte finish.
It had nice pigmentation & a soft, smooth texture.

Faint is a medium-dark chocolate brown with a matte finish.
The pigmentation was perfect, & it was very soft to the touch. 

Crave is a dark black with brown undertones and a matte finish.
It was very soft, smooth, and nicely pigmented.
I love using faint & crave to create a really nice smokey eye!

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All 4 of the Naked Palette Collections 🙂

IMG_3357The Naked Basics Palette compared to the original Naked Palette.
IMG_3358The Naked Basics palette compared to the Naked 2 palette.
IMG_3359The Naked Basics Palette compared to the Naked Flushed palette.
IMG_3388an eye look using all the colors in the palette, and added LASHES IN A BOX falsies 🙂
I am so in love with the falsies too! I’m wearing the #4’s. http://www.lashesinabox.com/
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IMG_3392Overall, this is the best palette for daily use & to even carry around in your travel make-up bag or to just keep in your purse.  The matte eye shadows are very easy to blend & the highlighter is to die for. Literally  probably one of my favorite urban decay eye shadows!  The price is great in comparison to the Naked 1 and Naked 2 palettes (even though I recommend those as well). I religiously buy Urban Decay palettes! Especially, the Naked collection! I love them way too much!  I believe this should definitely be in every girls’ makeup bag!

*If you are a fan of neutral & matte color eye shadows… I highly recommend that you go out & purchase this palette. It is amazing! 5 STARS all the way for these palette! This is one palette that I will repurchase whenever I run out! Can’t live without it!

PROS: smooth application, pigmentation is great, compact, easy to use, affordable.

CONS: i wish a mini brush could have been included in the palette, or even an eyeliner.

AVAILABILITY:
http://www.urbandecay.com/
http://www.sephora.com/
http://www.ulta.com/

PRICING: $27

PACKAGING: 5/5

RATING: 5/5

I hope this review was helpful & have an amazing day!!

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2 thoughts on “Urban Decay Naked Basics Palette- Photos & Review :)

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