Urban Decay Naked Cherry Palette

Urban Decay are my absolute favourite makeup brand, and I’ve made no secret of this in the past. They have so many products I love, and continue to buy from them over and over again (I should basically have a standing order for the All Nighter Foundation now really). So each time they come out with something new, I’m always absolutely THRILLED.

The latest exciting release is their new ‘Naked Cherry’ eyeshadow palette* (gifted); a combination blend of rose shades. Ranging from creamy ivory, through peach and plum hues, right up to a dark black cherry. I was immediately drawn to this palette as someone who loves deep pinks, mauves and muted cherry purples. There are 12 shades in total, with a mix of matte and shimmer available.

I’ve been using this palette everyday since last week now, and I’ve definitely found that my favourites are the deepest pinks. I’m particular fond of ‘Bing‘ – a deep matte mauve/pink as the perfect base, ‘Young Love‘ – an incredible metallic cranberry which looks so pretty in the inner eye corners and on the lower lash line, and ‘Devilish‘ to create a stunning dark, burned depth.

As with all my other Naked palettes, the pigmentation is better than any other eyeshadow I own! Each look I create lasts much longer, and the smooth, buttery blend makes it easy to apply even for makeup newbies. 

There are maybe three shades I feel I could find a very similar match to, in other Naked palettes. But overall the rest of the shades are unlike anything else I have, and a beautiful addition to my collection that I’ll treasure. 

If you’re not afraid of bold looks, and are a fan of cherry pinks; I’d definitely recommend this palette for you. 

 

Will you guys be trying the Naked Cherry?

 

lovej

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