Urban Decay NAKED3

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Urban Decay NAKED3

3.8

13 reviews

61% would repurchase

Package Quality: 4.0

Price: $$$

Package Quality: 4.0

Price: $$$

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Age: 36-43

Skin: Very Oily, Fair-Medium, Neutral

Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine

Eyes: Grey

This was my first Urban Decay purchase & first palette back a few years ago from my parents for Valentine's Day & I love the pink colors even if I am not cool-fair (I'm NC20), this is my fave UD palette for sure. It looks good w a pink lipstick like MAC angel/Creme cup/Snob. This was definitely worth the $54 they spent. It's lovely overall. The Maybelline Blushed Nudes doesn't even come close. The UD nakeds have tried to have been duped unsuccessfully NOTHING compares & UD is cruelty free. I'd rebuy this if something happened to it i wouldn't want any dupes. I highly recommend this palette :-)

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on 12/2/2014 10:55:00 AM

Age: 19-24

Skin: Very Oily, Fair, Neutral

Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine

Eyes: Green

I have purchased this palette three times. Once initially, then again after I dropped that one and it shattered, and then again for my sister in law. It's safe to say I really love this palette. I was so stoked when it came out because the colors are so unique. If you have green or blue eyes, this palette will make your eye color *pop*. I have green eyes and it is very flattering on me. I also think it's a great color scheme for blondes.

The shades have a lot of brown tone in them so it will not make you look like you have allergy eyes unlike some pink eye shadows out there. Every shade is very pigmented and buttery. There is a lot of shimmer, but I would not describe these shadows as glittery. The infamous urban decay shadow fall out can be corrected with a powder brush after you finish applying the eye shadows.

My only complaint is I wish there were lighter shades. I am NC10 and a lot of these are suitable for my crease, or as liner. I mainly stick to the shades Strange and Buzz. Although if they did make this palette light enough for me - I understand that it would be too light for the majority of consumers and most of the shades would be useless highlighters.

Let's keep our fingers crossed that Urban Decay does in fact come out with a Naked 4. :)

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Age: Unknown

Skin: Very Oily, Olive, Warm

Hair: Brunette, Straight, Coarse

Eyes: Brown

Finally, I purchased 3. I now have the privilege of saying I owned all three. I adore 1, hated 2 with a passion because the shades made me look tired and returned it and now love 3. I waiting forever to get 3 because I was so on the fence with this one. But, I'm so happy to have it! So, for the record if you are NC40ish medium oilve, I would recommend this palette! I've swatched all the colors and tested out most so far. My very top favorites in this palette are Nooner (♥), Bust, Factory, Darkside and Strange. Dust and Trick are very shimmery with not the best pigment so they work best as a "topper" lid shade to make slight color adjustments to more pigmented shades in the palette. Also, Blackheart is a gorgeous shade for the outter v but it just isn't dark enough for my skin coloring so when I use this shade, I top Blackheart with a matte black shade (just at the very end of the ">". But, still a very verstile and worthwhile palette to own. A palette must have quality for me is to be able to create various looks with one simple palette and you can certainly do that with this palette. All shades work exceptionaly well together meaning no weird oddball colors in this. Only two small complaints. 1. I would prefer an additional shadow instead of the brush. I really don't care for UD's palette brushes. 2. I would have preferred the packaging of Naked 1 instead of this tin box. Maybe I have a defective box but the two end teeth don't really line up with the holes so it is a pain trying to close the packaging tight. I have to wiggle and pull the top to align the teeth with the holes. I would imagine over time with frequent use, the teeth will end up breaking. But, these are very tiny complaints that wouldn't prevent me from repurchasing it.


Age: 19-24

Skin: Very Oily, Medium, Not Sure

Hair: Black, Other, Other

Eyes: Brown

Just bought 3 days ago and i don't regret it at all, i did my clients prom makeup with this one palette all different looks and let me say You definitely get your pays worth I love it !

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on 2/8/2014 1:17:00 PM

Age: 19-24

Skin: Very Oily, Fair, Neutral

Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium

Eyes: Green

Since I am pale I was afraid the palette would not suit me and that it will make me look bruised. I saw a tutorial of a huge beauty blogger/youtube guru, and thought that the palette is perfect to make a look "I cried all day". I was very tempted to buy it only because of its looks. I find the palette optically very pretty. The rose hues make you feel better :). So, I ordered it and thought, if it wouldn't suit me, I'll sell it for less.

I haven't played too much with it (have it for a week), but all the colors I used looked really nice and complimented my eye color. I have hazel eyes and the green in them just popped :)

I won't go too much into shades, but I'll note some of them. 'Strange' is really pigmented. It's a beautiful highlight. I haven't got such a pigmented off-white matte shadow. 'Dust' and 'Bournout' looked really pretty on me. I combined them with 'Liar' and/or 'Factory' in crease and/or outer v for a daytime dressy look. The only shades I haven't been looking forward to having them were 'Blackheart' ('Beauty Marked'), since I have a lot of blacks (MAC's, UD from the Basics palette, Clinique's glittery black) and don't use them as much, and 'Trick'. I'm having A LOT of golden and bronze shadows, I can't look at them any more, though they're fool-proof when it comes to eye make-up. While 'Trick' I haven't had a chance to try yet, I enjoyed 'Blackheart' a lot. On upper and lower lash-line combined with 'Dust' or 'Burnout' on lid, it goes so well with the pinks.
'Mugshot' and 'Darkside' remind me of 'Satin Taupe', which I have, but have used it only once. I bought it out of hype, but find it too dark for myself. I find 'Mugshot' and 'Darkside' more exciting and intriguing than 'Satin Tupe'.

Overall, I really enjoy the palette, and will feel very sad when I hit the pan of either one of the shadows. I find UD, though the quality is supreme, to be very expensive, and I cannot afford myself so much luxury. With their palettes you get a lot for less. I am happy having UD palettes and will keep re/purchasing them.

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Age: 19-24

Skin: Very Oily, Olive, Not Sure

Hair: Brunette, Other, Other

Eyes: Blue

I absolutely LOVE this palette!! When I first saw it, I thought "I mean, the colors are pretty but when am I gonna wear pink eyeshadow?" I started watching some tutorials on YouTube and I saw how the finished looks appeared, so I decided to get it. At first, I was flinching at the price, but when it comes to eyeshadow I tend to splurge so it wasn't that bad. It hasn't topped my HG too faced natural eye yet, but I think it just might.


on 8/22/2015 7:24:00 AM

Age: 19-24

Skin: Very Oily, Fair, Warm

Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium

Eyes: Black

I'm so conflicted about this product. It is absolutely BEAUTIFUL, i really do love the color selection and surprisingly the rosy hues really suit me even though my skin has a yellow undertone. However, i only use maybe 5-6 colours from the palette on a regular basis (I particularly LOVE the colours Burnout, Nooner, Liar, Factory, Mugshot and Darkside), and the rest i find too gritty or glittery to use on an everyday basis. Dust is far too gritty to show up properly on the skin, and the little red glitters in Blackheart don't really show up once the color is blended out either. Also the palette is ridiculously expensive here (SGD 83) so if i hadn't gotten it as a gift i never would've shelled out the money and just lusted after it from afar. The palette also lacks a good brown-y crease shade, so i have to use another single eyeshadow for that.

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Age: 18 & Under

Skin: Very Oily, Medium, Not Sure

Hair: Brunette, Other, Other

Eyes: Brown

The colors were really vibrant, and the brush it comes with is high quality.


on 2/11/2014 5:26:00 PM

Age: 19-24

Skin: Very Oily, Fair, Not Sure

Hair: Brunette, Other, Other

Eyes: Blue

I do like this palette, I think the colours are very pretty BUT they are more pink-toned than I imagined they would be. If you don't like pink-toned eye-shadow, stay away from this palette. I find the colours suit me as I am of a pale complexion but I can imagine this palette not suiting everyone's complexion. The shadows are great quality, with maybe one or two being a little powdery/chunky. The highlight colour 'Strange' is amazing, perfect for the inner corners and under the brow (I've almost finished the pan it after nearly 2 months of having it!). Overall, a good palette, I think the price is good for the range of eye-shadow colours and the size of each of them. However, I would test it out first with your skin tone as some of the eye shadows are very pink toned.


on 12/4/2016 1:07:00 AM

Age: 44-55

Skin: Very Oily, Fair-Medium, Warm

Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium

Eyes: Brown

I had a $20 coupon and I had to burn it on something so I chose this. There is no doubt that the shades look beautiful in the container but not so good on me. The quality was not as good as I expected either. If you have tried the Maybelline Blush palette, you see that this falls all over your face. Maybelline's at 1/6 of the price does not do that. Apart being messy, honestly I did not dig the colors. I like Maybelline's much better. Make the long story short, I would spend my money elsewhere.

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