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Urban Decay Naked Reloaded Palette Review

Hello all,

This week I want to review the new Urban Decay Naked Reloaded Palette.  This palette has been out for a couple of months now and I am finally getting around to actually reviewing this palette.  I purchased this palette about two months ago but I have been so busy with getting some other content out that I sort of put this review on the back burner.

When this palette was announced I wasn’t too excited about the palette nor the shades.  I am someone that loves everything fresh and new but this palette wasn’t really that.  I initially thought it was pretty but not exciting.  I wasn’t going to buy this palette but after seeing some reviews on it and me being me I decided to go ahead and purchase it during one of my weekly visits to Sephora.

The palette is bit thinner than the other naked palettes due to the fact that this palette does not come with a brush which I wasn’t mad about plus this palette was a little bit less expensive than your typical naked palette which I wasn’t too mad at as well.  The crease and highlight shades are in slightly larger pans compared to the main shades in the palette.  The palette is much on the neutral side and the shades are basic and pretty at the same time.  I can say that I will pretty much only use this palette when I want to do a more natural or a great summer-like look.

Here are the details regarding this palette below.

Naked Reloaded Palette – $44.00

Product Description

The essential Naked palette, featuring 12 all-new eyeshadow shades that redefine neutral with Urban Decay’s signature formula.

Reinvent. Redefine. Rethink neutral. Meet the Naked Reloaded Eyeshadow Palette, with 12 all-new, universally flattering shades designed for everyone—any age, gender, and skin tone.

The new neutrals are here, and they’re anything but ordinary. Naked Reloaded is the essential palette with the nudes you’ll always need, all in one place. Bonus: We made the four outer pans in the palette bigger for the shades you’ll use the most. From silky mattes and metallics to iridescent micro-shimmers, these 12 versatile shadows contain our mind-blowing formula, with its velvety texture, rich color, and extreme blendability.

Created with every makeup bag in mind, Naked Reloaded is a game-changer. Start with Bribe, a warm ivory matte, as the perfect base, and add depth with dimensional metallics like Burn or Distilled. We’re addicted to Dreamweaver, a cool brown with iridescent 3D sparkle, and Retro, an unexpectedly bright peach matte.

No matter where you’re headed or who you want to be, Naked Reloaded is all about you—because we all look better Naked.

Urban Decay is 100% cruelty-free.

Fill Weight: BLUR/BRIBE: 2 x 1.4 g POIDS NET/NET WT. 2 x 0.049 oz

BARELY BAKED/RETRO: 2 x 1.3 g POIDS NET/NET WT. 2 x 0.045 oz

All other shades (Toutes les autres teintes): 8 x 1.1 g POIDS NET/NET WT. 8 x 0.038 oz

I can say that yes that palette is pretty and the shades are very blendable and I could pretty much use this palette as an everyday palette which is a plus.  Can I tell you to go out and spend $44.00 on this palette? My answer is no unless you are a makeup junkie like myself that just love makeup.  Now if you are an Urban Decay fan you may love this palette as a great addition to the other Naked Palettes.

Well, that’s my review on this palette.  If you have purchased this palette comment below and tell me your own thoughts or feel free to ask me anything if you have any additional questions.
Thank you for stopping by and checking me out.  Stay tuned for next time.
XOXO
Lyric $imone
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4 comments

  1. Loved your review I’ve been looking for a good summer palette, this seem like something I can use for a everyday look

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