When someone asks what one beauty product you couldn’t live without, I always say the Urban Decay Naked 3 palette (£43) . This palette has been through some trauma, I’ve used it religiously since I bought it back in 2013, the days of Youtube makeup tutorials and Sephora hauls promoting every single Urban Decay product. But this one has stuck with me and is the one I reach for almost every day when wanting a neutral eyeshadow look.
I have to admit, I am no makeup artist therefore I gravitate to the neutral shades that are easy to apply and complement my blue eyes. Even if I did spend half of my teenage years watching “smoky eye tutorials” the level of my makeup ability is applying a pink shade across my lid and a gold glitter in the outer corner – this palette is perfect for every (lack of) skill set.
Urban Decay have an amazing shade range, from metallic pinks (dust, burnout, buzz and trick) that add a touch of sparkle on top of the matte pink shades (limit and nooner). These are my personal favourites and ones that have had so much use they’re virtually none existent in the pan. To add some edge to your makeup look to create a smokey eye, the black matte shade with red glitter is a perfect for a night out look.
The Naked 3 palette is always in my makeup bag when travelling because of the variety of shades from matte to shimmery, giving me the ability to create many different looks without carrying multiple palettes.
Fall in love with Urban Decay Naked 3 (£43) palette and check it out on the Urban Decay website along with their other amazing eyeshadow palettes – there is something for everyone.