22 September 2015

I apologise that I have been MIA for the past week; due to flying in, working right after I arrived in Cambridge and full-time for the next two days, I woke up on Saturday literally without any voice coming out from my mouth. Blergh. But now that I have been feeling slightly better, I'm writing about this amazing eyeshadow palette that you wouldn't want to miss it for the world.

Meet the only palette you'll need this autumn.

The Urban Decay Naked Smoky Eyeshadow Palette is the newest addition to the Urban Decay NAKED family, and is no stranger to anyone who adores beauty. While we fawn over the revolution beauty of the previous three Naked palettes, I could safely say that this year: we live for this palette.

(From left: High, Dirtysweet, Radar, Armor, Slanted, Dagger, Black Market, Smolder, Password, Whiskey, Combust & Thirteen)

The palette comes in a transparent plastic packaging, sleek yet classy I would put it, while the lid is being transformed into magnetic so you wouldn't accidentally had it slipped open while packed. Comes with 12 beautiful shades from shimmery to matte, it could be blended onto the eyelids from subtle to smoky is less than one minute. The eyeshadows are also very pigmented and thick textured so it's pretty easy to blend on the eyelids.

From the left side of the palette it would have been shown the shimmery shades: a light glittery rose gold (High), the shimmery golden shade (Dirtysweet), a brown shimmery shade (Radar), the glittery silver shade (Armor), the shimmery yet neutral silver shade (Slanted), a gray shimmery shade with a bit of blue undertone (Dagger), a black shimmery shade (Black Market), a glittery violet shade (Smolder); and then, the mattes: the gray (Password), a brown shade with olive undertone (Whiskey), a nude skin shade (Combust), and a cream shade perfect for highlighting (Thirteen).

Have you tried this eyeshadow palette yet?

A x
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