Urban Decay Naked Flushed Palette / Review & Swatches

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Thursday, January 07, 2016
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naked palette urban decay beauty review makeup swatches strip naked native
naked palette urban decay beauty review makeup swatches strip naked native
Naked Flushed Palette Top To Bottom - blush, highlighter and bronzer
As a big fan of dry contouring I was so excited to try out Naked Flushed Palette by Urban Decay and even more excited to talk about it to you my sweeties. There are tons of positive reviews about it on internet so I knew that I have to test it myself and I was sure that I will love it. The original Naked Flushed Palette was released in Spring 2013, but it is still gains popularity over makeup junkies and new fans in beauty community. By the way, this product is an Allure Best of Beauty winner and now I understand why! 

The famous Naked Flushed Palette includes a three essential products for counting - a bronzer, blush and a highlighter - all in one compact and travel friendly palette with a magnetic closure and a nice mirror inside. All three colours has a medium pigmentation, it is not very intense, so it is perfect for people with a lighter skin tones. But at the same time the pigmentation is good enough to create a dramatic contouring and highlighting. The bronzer is absolutely matte, it has a soft yellow undertone and gives a beautiful sunkissed glow to the skin. Blusher has a bit of fine shimmer to the colour, it is a bit more pigmented than a bronzer and I would describe the shade as a coral red. And my favourite product from this magic trio is highlighter - a soft champagne shade with beautiful frosty finish. All the colours are very easy to work with, the application is simple and the blending process in smooth, the colours stay on for hours.

You can easily contour, highlight and add some pop of colour to your makeup look using just one palette. It is a must have for everyone who likes to have all essential products they need at hand. Urban Decay promises that Naked Flushed Palette is free of parabens, fragrances, alcohol, and mineral oil and I think that it is amazing. For those who think that the bronzer is a bit too yelowish for their skin tone Urban Decay released three more contouring palettes - Streak, Native and Strip. These palettes have slightly different shades and undertones, some of the shades are more intense and highlighting powder is lighter. It is always nice to have an options to choose ;)

Urban Decay Naked Flushed Palette retails for $32.00 at Sephora and I think it is one of the best palettes to invest in. All shades are full size, so this palette will last for a very long time. I love it and I think you will love it as well, thanks for reading <3

Have you tried Naked Flushed Palette by Urban Decay? 

Lots of love,
Liza

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