First Impression: Urban Decay Naked Smoky Palette

So what is a beauty/make-up blog without a review of the latest Urban Decay Naked Smoky Palette?!

For so long now, I have wanted to invest in eyeshadows which would allow for a bold, dramatic and fierce look. Having seen the hype of this palette all over social media, I finally caved in and purchased it from the FeelUnique website.

I already have the Urban Decay Naked and Naked 2 palette and absolutely love them! Why?

  • The eye shadows are easy to apply (And blend!)
  • The palettes contain a beautiful colour range (The Naked Palette consists of gorgeous golds and bronzes whereas the Naked2 Palette focuses more on cooler neutral tones and taupes)
  • The quality is amazing!

Unlike the Naked and Naked2 Palette, the Naked Smoky arrived somewhat different to its predecessors. This time around the eyeshadows sit in a plastic case which has brown smoke like print, connoting a dark, mysterious, smoky, vampy feel which truly coincides with its purpose.

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As with all Naked Palettes, inside you will find:

  • A full sized mirror
  • 12 eyeshadows ranging from shimmery, satin to matt finishes:

-Shimmery with glitter [High, Dirtysweet, Radar, Armor]

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-Satin no glitter [Slanted, Dagger, Black Market, Smolder]

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-Matt [Password, Whiskey, Combust, Thirteen]

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  • A dual-ended brush – One side is a fluffy blending brush while the other end is a shorter, more compact pencil brush that is sized well for adding depth to a smoky eye.

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Overall, I love this palette. The flexibility in the shades allows this palette to suit everyone! It is definitely worth the investment. Here is a look I created using just 2 of the shades. I applied Black Market all over my lid & underneath my waterline and used the shade Whiskey in the crease.

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I hope you all enjoyed this review & I’d love to hear your views on this palette in the comments section below…

With Love, JKBeautyTake ❤

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