This is the 4th and final of a series of swatches and reviews of the Naked, Naked 2, Naked 3 and Naked Smoky palettes. You can read the first one on the first Urban Decay Naked Palette here. And the second installment of the Urban Decay Naked 2 palette here and Urban Decay Naked 3 here.
High (champagne shimmer with micro-glitter)
Dirtysweet (medium bronze)
Radar (metallic taupe with iridescent micro-glitter)
Armor (metallic silver-taupe with tonal sparkle)
Slanted (light metallic gray)
Dagger (medium charcoal with micro-shimmer)
Black Market (jet-black satin)
Smolder (deep plum-taupe)
Password (cool taupe matte)
Whiskey (rich brown matte)
Combust (soft pink-taupe)
Thirteen (light beige satin).
I’ve only had this palette for a few months, but I will have to say that if I could only have one single eyeshadow palette in my life it would be this one. And that is saying a lot when you look at my makeup stash.
This palette is great for a smoky eye – it says so in the name. But aside from the obvious it is also great for daytime wear.
High is a wonderful highlighter for the inner corners. Dirty sweet, Radar, Armor, and Slanted are great for a wash of color on the eyelids. And Dagger, Black Market, Smolder, Password, and Whiskey make great eyeliners. Combust are great blending colors as well as great for a natural wash over the eyelids (depending on your skin tone).
I’m in total love with this one as you might be able to tell.
With the palette I got a sample of Urban Decay Revolution High-Color Lipgloss in Bittersweet. I loved it so much I went out and got Brickhouse, a travel set with the shades Liar and Anarchy and a full sized Bittersweet. Let me know if you would like me to make a swatch and review on the lip glosses – maybe a video?