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Who here was upset when Urban Decay announced that they were discontinuing the Naked palette? I know I was. It’s literally one of my favorite palettes and the fact that they were no longer going to sell it, made me so upset. That palette was one of my go-to’s. But then Urban Decay announced they were launching the NEW Naked Reloaded palette and the colors so freaking beautiful. I also noticed that the colors in the palette were more neutral colors and perfect for everyday wear.
Urban Decay Naked Reloaded
I was sent the Naked Reloaded palette. The palette contains 12 eyeshadow shades. The palette does come with a mirror and it does not contain a brush like their other palettes. What makes this palette unique is that the 4 outer shades are slightly bigger pans than the other shades.
- Bribe – a warm ivory matte
- Barely Baed – soft gold metallic
- Angel Fire – pale rose-gold with iridescent micro-shimmer
- Retro – bright peach matte
- Reputation – deep rose-gold with iridescent micro-shimmer
- Burn – copper-burgundy metallic
- End Game – chocolate brown matte
- Dreamweaver – cool brown with iridescent 3D sparkle
- Distilled – bronze metallic
- Bucked – warm brown matte
- Boundaries – warm terracotta matte
- Blur – light nude matte
Because it’s officially Spring I wanted to use the Retro & Angel Fire. These two colors together give me spring vibes. I also used the shade Distilled on the outer v of my eyes to add a bit of dimension. When swatching the colors I had no issues with them. The colors are pigmented. They blend easily with one another. I do see myself grabbing this palette a lot this spring/summer. The one thing that is also different about this palette compared to the other ones, is the price. This palette goes for $44 versus $54 like their other palettes. So you’re saving yourself $10. I do believe that it’s worth the purchase.
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Have you tried the Urban Decay Naked Reloaded palette? Thoughts?