Review: Urban Decay Naked 3 Palette..

Arriving home from sixth form, I was finally greeted with this beauty - after trying to get my hands on it since it launched, I couldn't wait to try it out.
When I heard that Naked 3 was going to be launching I couldn't wait to see how Urban Decay were going to give u 12 completely new neutral shades and one thing for sure is they didn't fail. Naked 1 was very warm and gold toned whilst Naked 2  was also quite warm but with more taupe shades; however, this time round Urban Decay have given us an array of rose-gold hues. The shades in this palette range from 'gorgeous pearls to glimmering metallics' and are perfect for day to night wear. 

The Naked 3 comes in the same case as the Naked 2 ensuring its sturdy enough to carry around with you - perfect for travelling. It also comes with a double-ended Good Karma Shadow & Blending Brush and an Eyeshadow Primer Potion sampler of all 4 of the UD primers giving you the perfect opportunity to try before you buy.
Strange - Neutral pale pink (perfect for brow bone highlight)
Dust - Shimmery metallic pink
Burnout - Peachy pink
Limit - Dusty rose pink
Buzz - Deep metallic rose
Trick - Copper with subtle pink hues
Nooner - Pinky-brown matte (perfect for crease)
Liar - Metallic taupe
Factory - Brown satin
Mugshot - Metallic taupe
Darkside - Dark taupe
Blackheart - Deep smokey black with red highlights

This palette is available from most Urban Decay stockists for £37 which is quite reasonable for what you get. 

If you already have the Naked 1 and 2, you may not need this palette but then again no girl can have too many eyeshadow palettes!
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