Urban Decay Naked Flushed review

Urban Decay has become synonymous for their Naked eye palettes, it’s hard not to find a makeup lover who hasn’t tried at least one, and as much as we love them, we love their Naked Flushed trio palettes a whole lot more.

A bronzer, highlighter and blush in one, these are the ultimate palettes for your face, all housed in a sleek compact that comes with a big mirror. They’re perfect for travelling, perfect for festivals, and ideal if you want to cut back on space, or just want to sneak in some more makeup to your beauty stash – this barely takes up any room for three amazing products.

These pressed powders are perfect to be used individually or blended together to get just the right effect. The powders diffuse light as they enhance and perfect, giving your skin a fresh, glowy look even when your social plans might have you feeling otherwise.

Highly pigmented to give a good dose of colour, they still blend easily into the skin and the finely milled powder feels like silk on the skin.

Urban Decay Naked Flushed Review 1

There are seven different palette shades available too:

Urban Decay Naked Flushed Naked

Naked

The Naked Flushed Palette in the colours Naked is made up of medium bronzer, and it's complimented with a soft pink shimmer highlighter and dusty rose blush that has a slight hint of shimmer too.

Urban Decay Naked Flushed Stri

Strip

The Strip palette is made up of a deep shimmering bronzer, and it's alongisde a gold highlighter and mauve blush.

Urban Decay Naked Flushed Streak

Streak

The Streak Palette comes with bright coral blush that has a hint of peach, a champagne highlighter and a matte bronzer that is also perfect for contouring.

Urban Decay Naked Flushed Nooner

Nooner

Nooner is a palette ideal for those with medium skin tones, it's made up of a dusty rose blush, a pearl-coloured highlighter and a medium matte bronzer.

Urban Decay Naked Flushed Sesso

Sesso

Sesso is a great option for those with darker skin tones, which will look greate with the deep mauve matte blush, highlighted with a soft champagne shimmer, and there's a deep bronzer with gold pearls in there too.

Urban Decay Naked Flushed Going Native

Going Native

The Going Native palette is made up of a bright pink blush, which is complimented with a soft pink highlighter and shimmering bronzer, an ideal choice for those with light and fair complexions.

Urban Decay Naked Flushed Native

Native

The Native colour palette consists of a pale pink highlighter with plenty of shimmer, a pink blusher and a medium bronze bronzer.

Pros

Three-in-one that saves space, full-size products, highly pigmented, excellent colour range, great price point, soft powders that blend easily

Cons

We’ve heard people complain about how easily the product smashes, we haven’t suffered this ourselves but of course, it’s important to be careful with any makeup palette really.

Bottom Line

The Urban Decay Naked Flushed palettes aren’t only really handy with three products in one gorgeous-looking palette, but the universal shades are versatile enough for any skin tone. With a selection of seven different palettes there’s definitely something for every taste.

The sleek case with easy-open magnetic closure and big mirror are other big drawers for the £25 palette.

The silky pressed powders are also full size, so you can use your normal brushes to pick up the powder, and it means you can use them separately if you so wish to do so.

Gorgeous colours, gorgeous pigment and gorgeous texture, we love the Urban Decay Naked Flushed palettes and think you will too.

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