At the beginning of September this palette entered my makeup collection (for a quick review you can read the post here) and ever since I’ve been observing how these eye-shadows perform.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably at least heard about this palette and if you didn’t acquire it yet, this post might help you decide.
- super pigmented
- it has a very nice mix of shimmer and matte eye-shadows and it can be used in any color combination for day or night makeup
- the palette comes with a synthetic dual ended brush, that can be used for a lot of things, from simple applying, blending and eye contouring
- a bonus: it comes with a primer sample – I haven’t tried it yet (sorry for the disappointment)
- because it’s a collection of pink tones mostly, light skin and warm toned skin girls will be favored
- the shadows have a lot of fallout
- for a long wear (8h or over), if you have oily skin, use a good quality primer; for me it’s a minus, as the price created the expectancy of a higher resistance of the product
Bottom line, it’s a fun palette, versatile and easy to work with even if you don’t have any makeup skills. Probably, for a repurchase I will consider the original Naked palette for a more dramatic approach but I consider Naked 3 to be a very good investment for a natural and transitional look.
Until the next time, wear red lipstick and glitter all the way:-)