Urban Decay naked cherry

Less than 2 weeks after mourning the loss of the beloved naked palette, naked cherry was announced
and stealing the spotlight. Yet again another naked palette has been released and added to the
collection. I managed to pick this up in the Boxing Day sales for only £33 and haven't looked back
since! This palette is filled with warm toned pink and red shades that look beautiful on everyone!

Out of all the naked palettes, and the 3 that I own, this is by far my favourite. When it comes
to eyeshadows I wear more warm toned shades and I'm definitely more partial to a pink/red
toned palette. Each shade is highly pigmented and creamy to swatch and apply to the eyelids,
but they are also super buildable and easily blendable.

In the Instagram and blogging world everyone has been loving this palette, but in the YouTube
world not many people have been talking about it. Personally I think this is because Urban Decay
is constantly releasing new products and palettes, that they are so hard to keep on top of. 

Hot spot - ivory matte 
Caution - soft neutral beige matte 
Bang bang - shimmering pink with gold sparkle
Feelz - soft dusty rose matte
Juicy - soft warm peach
Turn on - pale metallic rose shimmer
Ambitious - metallic rose copper
Bing - deep mauve matte
Devilish - reddish plum matte
Young love - metallic cranberry
Drunk dial - deep metallic burgundy 
Privacy - deep brownish/plum matte

My favourite look is to use the shade 'juicy' in the crease as a transition shade, followed by 'feelz' to
deepen it up and add more definition, and use the shade 'privacy' in the outer corner and outer lash
line. In the first half of my eye lid and lower lash line I use the shade 'bang bang' and on the outer half
of my eye lid I use the shade 'drunk dial'. To finish of the look I add a small amount of 'turn on' to the
centre of the lid and 'hot spot' to brighten and highlight the inner corner and brow bone.

Buy here for £42.


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