Tuesday, 8 November 2016

New Release | Urban Decay Naked Ultimate Basics Palette | Review/Swatches



 If you’ve never tried our matte shadows, you’ll be blown away by how different they are. Other mattes can be “skippy” – uneven on application or difficult to blend. But EVERY shade in Naked Ultimate Basics features our proprietary Pigment Infusion System™, which gives the formula a velvety texture, rich colour, serious staying power and blendability. 


Recently Urban Decay launched a new addition; another eyeshadow palette to go wit the Naked range family. The new Urban Decay Naked Ultimate Basics Palette comes with not only 12 new shades but all these shades are exclusive to this palette only. This palette comes in some pretty eye catching packaging, the almost rose gold palette looks like it is housed with a metal packaging but although it is plastic it is still a very sturdy palette, as always Urban Decay never fail to amaze us with their packaging this palette is no exception. As always they have included a palette sized duo-ended brush

When swatching I personally found the texture of the eyeshadows so much better than the previous Naked palettes, they seemed slightly more velvety. There isn't a single eyeshadow that I have anything negative to actually say about, they all swatched beautifully and are all equally pigmented. I love the colour selection they have gone for this time round specially the maroon and last row. Its a thumbs up from me, if you love neutral shades I would definitely point you in the direction of this palette.




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