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Urban Decay Naked Ultimate Basics Palette Review

18th January 2017 by naffy

Urban decay naked Ultimate Naked Basics Palette Ultimate Naked Basics Palette You know when you fall in love with a palette, in a way you did not expect? That is exactly how I feel about the Urban Decay Naked Ultimate Basics Palette *.

The Urban Decay Naked Ultimate Basics Palette* is the type of palette, I never imagined I would need in my life, however I was completely wrong and it now has pride and place in my everyday make up routine.

What I enjoy about the Urban Decay Naked Ultimate Basics Palette is the versatility of the palette. From deep matte auburns to matte browns to matte cool told purples, you can create many looks with this palette. There are eight shades in total including a deep black. My personal favourite combination from the range is extra bitter mixed in with faith.

As with the traditional eye shadows from Urban Decay, the formula for the matte shadows in the Urban Decay Naked Ultimate Basics Palette* are an absolute treat. They blend very easily on the lids, there is no chalky residue which many matte formulas have . They can also be used either on their own or as a base to add depth to an eye look. Personally I like to add a slight shimmer to the lids so I tend to do the later.

I particular fell in love with the big mirror in the palette. I like to be close to mirror when applying my lipstick and brows, the mirror in this allows me to do that easily when I am away on trips.

If you are someone who is a fan of matte shadows, I would highly recommend the Urban Decay Naked Ultimate Basics Palette*. At £38.50 it is slightly pricey but it is worth every penny.

Have you tried the Urban Decay Naked Ultimate Basics Palette? What is your favourite shade?



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  • Ursula
    27th January 2017 / Reply

    Pretty colors in this palette even when matte shades is not my thing but glad it has a place in your beauty routine! :)



  • Beauty that walks
    27th January 2017 / Reply

    I love the colours in the Naked Ultimate Basics but I already have Naked 2, so I did not see much reason to go and get the Naked Basics.