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URBAN DECAY NAKED HONEY PALETTE REVIEW

For Christmas one of my bestest friends kindly gifted me the latest Urban Decay Naked Palette: Honey. This is actually the first Naked palette I’ve ever used, and I’m impressed. The packaging, the product, the everything, so without further ado here’s my review on the new Urban Decay Naked Honey Eyeshadow Palette.

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The packaging

It’s luxurious, slightly heavy and golden. What more could you want from an eyeshadow palette? Oh and did I mention it has a mirror that’s the whole length of the palette? If it drops then it’s likely the packaging will save the eyeshadows from getting damaged but unfortunately I’m not about to try it for the sake of this blogpost haha.

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The Product

The palette includes 12 different medium-pigmented shades all with names associated with the theme of honey. 5 out of the 12 are shimmers which I like to use for a cut crease and the other 7 are matte which are usable for an everyday purpose. It also comes with a double sided brush which is genuinely good and not one they’ve just thrown in out of good will. I use the bigger side for blending out around my outer V and the smaller side for applying the shimmer shades to my lids.

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The blending

I haven’t had any trouble with the blending at all, let’s start there. The dark’s blend into the lights, the lights all blend around together coordinately and the shimmers glide on without problem. I don’t think they could have got a better formula in all honesty.

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Link to buy: Naked Honey Eyeshadow Palette

Overall, if you like all the shades and are definitely into the whole bronzed eye look then I couldn’t recommend this palette enough. Thank you for reading and if you have any further questions about the product please let me know in the comments!

 

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