Wednesday, 8 May 2019

Urban Decay Naked Reloaded

They seem to be bashing them out one after the other at the moment with their Naked Palettes, not that you’ll find me complaining and Naked Reloaded in the newest addition to the Naked range.

For all die hard Naked palette fans you’ll quickly notice that that there’s a few changes with Reloaded. 

Firstly, there’s no brush. Shock horror! No seriously though, that’s so that there’s more space for more pigment and also it makes the price the point slightly cheaper too.

This Naked palette has literally had a complete overhaul!

The palette itself is nestled within a unique silky soft fabric packaging, making it both light and travel friendly and there has been an updated pigment design from the OG (Naked 1).

When Wende Zomnir created NAKED, Urban Decay was the first beauty brand to bring out a 12 pan palette and now nearly 10 years later, she’s created another original design; with NAKED Reloaded.

Reloaded is a reimagined version of the original but with 12 new shades and 4 of the pans are extra wide meaning you get more product for your buck! 

It really is a stunning palette with 12 all-new, universally flattering shades designed for everyone nd anyone, any age, gender, and skin tone.

The new neutrals are here and there are 12 nudes you’ll always need, all in one place.

Featuring the same luxurious, rich and highly pigmented formula we’ve come to love the shadows are velvety in texture, rich in colour and offer extreme bendability.

There’s a selection of essential warm and cool mattes, metallic and iridescent micro-shimmers and  a bright peach hue which really stands out from its couterparts.

So here we go, within Naked Reloaded you’ll find the following shades;

Bribe (a warm ivory matte)
Barely Baked (a soft yellow gold metallic)
Angel Fire (a pale rose-gold with an iridescent micro-shimmer)
Retro (a mega bright peach matte)

 Reputation (a deep rose-gold with iridescent micro-shimmer)
Burn (a gorgeous, rich copper-burgundy metallic)
End Game (a chocolate brown matte)
Dreamweaver (a cool brown with an iridescent 3D sparkle)

 Distilled (a bronze, soft metallic)
Bucked (a warm brown matte)
Boundaries (a warm, soft terracotta matte)
Blur (a light nude matte)

There’s usually a couple of shades within a palette that I’m not that fussed about or don’t particularly like, but my goodness I love every single shade in this one!

I’m a huge fan of ‘Burn’, its just so soft, rich and decadent. 

Just gorgeous.

The Naked Reloaded palette is available now and costs £38.

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