The Naked 3 is “the one palette” I was testing this week since I bought it last weekend. I was so glad that it was almost available at Vienna’s beauty departments. I remember my holidays in London two years ago, when I bought the Naked 2 and I still use the palette very often. I started trying several combinations of colors and makeup looks with the new Naked 3 that I’d like to share with you.
The Magic of Naked 3 Rosé hues
The Naked 3 palette is quite different to the Naked 2 and has more of light and soft rose hues. I like the difference of the Naked palettes that made it easier to suit every skintone. This year I had lots of bridal makeup’s to do and the Naked palettes where the one’s I used most of the time. The packaging of the Naked 3 is similar to the Naked 2. The palette comes with a synthetic dual-ended eyeshadow brush (blending and flat) and with 4 samplings of primer potions (Original, Eden (nude matte), Sin (shimmer), and Anti-Aging) For my makeup look I used the Primer potion “Eden” and the colors below:
The colors are high pigmented and most of the makeups come out pink. If you’re used to the soft browns and nudes of the Naked and the Naked 2, this palette might be difficult to handle. The rose hues are great if you want to go for an everyday pink look and suit every skintone. I decided to use the Naked 3 for evening makeup’s, because shimmer isn’t part of my everyday makeup look.
Where to get it?
The Naked 3 and lots of other Urban Decay products are at Marionnaud in the citycenter of Vienna available.The price for the pallette is 46 Euro, which I think is affordable.
Enjoyed the look? Let me know what you think about it in the comments below!