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Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Urban Decay Naked Palette

I am fairly certain that, by law, it would be a crime of me to own this palette and not review it.
I know you've already read 30+ reviews raving about this palette and, well, you're about to read another.

The Urban Decay Naked Palette flew off shelves in only a couple of days when it was first released. On the second round of paletted Sephora sold out online within 48 hours. Luckily though, the US is getting a brand new batch in the next few weeks (although Ulta stores are already stocking the palette).

The Naked Palette features 6 permanent shades, 1 repromote and 5 brand new and exclusive shades encased in a velvet-feel flip top case. The shades are incredibly pigmented and long wearing.

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I have nothing bad to say about any of the shades.. except for one. Sidecar has an incredible amount of fall out, no, not just fall out, sparkly glittery fall out. After using the shade my face looked like a disco ball.

But if you excuse that shade, the palette is fantastic.

I have been loving Sin all over the lid with Dark Horse in the crease and a little bit of Creep in the outer corner. Half Baked is another shade that needs it's own mention, it is the best, most pigmented gold eyeshadow I have ever used.

In the US it retails at $44, I don't expect that it will hit Australia so I suggest using a mail forwarding service.
Or, if you're impatient like me and can't wait for it to come back in stock, you can go buy the palette at ridiculous prices on eBay.. (cough$80cough)

Also included in this little piece of heaven is a mini Urban Decay Primer Potion and a double ended eyeliner in Zero (black) and Whisky (brown)

Buy it, you'll love it. 

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