Urban Decay Naked3 Palette: Part 2

Posted in Urban Decay on November 26, 2013 | 6 Comments »


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Here are some photos of a look I did today using the Urban Decay Naked3 Palette. I used Buzz on my lid, Burnout in my crease, Nooner on the outer corner of my crease, Dust on the inner corner of my eye, Liar on the inner part of my lower lash line, Blackheart on the outer part of my lower lash line, and Strange as my highlighter.

I absolutely LOVE how the shadows applied. I didn’t need to build them up and there wasn’t a ton of fallout. Dust did kind of leave me with specks of glitter on my face, but it’s no big deal really. The look I ended up with made it worth the trouble. My husband couldn’t stop complimenting my eye makeup. Is that weird? I’m not sure how many other gals husbands or boyfriends are as involved in their beauty addictions like mine is. He’s always asking what I used and complimenting me afterward. But today he really couldn’t stop staring and telling me how great it looked. I have to agree with him. This is by far my favorite palette of all time. When it comes back in stock I’m totally buying another to have as a backup. And I NEVER buy backup palettes. But I can just tell this bad boy is going to get used often.

I know this doesn’t seem like much of a review, but I don’t know what more to say. It’s an amazing palette and the shadows applied to my lids exactly how they swatched on my hand. They’re nicely pigmented and just great quality all around. You can create a number of neutral looks to wear to work, school, or wherever! I can totally see this even working wonderfully for bridal makeup.

Well done, Urban Decay! Well done!


6 Comments on “Urban Decay Naked3 Palette: Part 2” »

  1. Tracy@Beauty Reflections | November 26, 2013

    GORGEOUS!!! You’ve just sold me on this palette!
    Tracy@Beauty Reflections recently posted… A Bright Happy Pink For Winter! Chanel Rouge Allure #129 Surprenante


    • Lisa Marie | November 27, 2013

      Yay! I’m sure it’ll look lovely on you! I personally think it’s a great investment. It’s so versatile, too. I used Limit as a blush and it looked pretty darn awesome! I probably should have mentioned that up there? Oops!


  2. Ingrid | November 26, 2013

    I was hoping to not want this palette, but this look is so beautiful that I think I might just need it.
    Ingrid recently posted… Milani Marbelized Baked Eyeshadow in Must Have Fuchsia Swatches and Review


    • Lisa Marie | November 27, 2013

      I tried convincing myself I didn’t need it at first too. It really is a bit of a splurge, but SO worth it!


  3. Genessa Decker | January 15, 2014

    I think I am going to try this look today with my Naked3 palette! It looks so pretty! I tried to tell myself I did not need to buy it either but I love my Naked and Naked 2 palettes and the colors in this one looked beautiful! I think they are well worth the price tag :)


    • Lisa Marie | January 15, 2014

      I’m so happy that you got it! This was easily the best purchase of the year for me. It’s been my go-to palette ever since I purchased it. It’s the best!



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