Monday, 8 October 2012

Get Naked!!!

For months I avoided splurging on the cult Naked Palette by Urban Decay, sure it looked dazzlingly bewitching with its “long lean seductive case” and spectrum of beautifully pigmented neutrals, and sure it came complete with the widely raved about eye primer potion, and cruelty-free Good Karma Eyeshadow Brush, but at £36 and with a student budget in tow, it took me a while, and some courage to take the plunge… but boy am I glad I did! Now, it’s become a solid staple of my everyday makeup routine and the massive selection of colours mean I can adapt my eye makeup to every occasion, with shades ranging from “delicate champagnes to dark, gritty gunmetal”: light and simple? Try Virgin and Sin. Sexy and smouldering? Give Smog (my personal favourite) and Darkhorse a go! Plus the differing textures mean you can keep it plain with a matte look or add a bit of sparkle with the shimmery shades.  At £36 it’s quite an investment, but divided between the 12 gorgeous shades, each shadow works out at a bargainous £3, which is a steal when comparing it to the price of buying the shadow’s individually (at a whopping £14 per shade).  So girls, take a look at this sexy little number and be the envy of all your friends.

Love Elle xo 


  1. I wasn't sure whether I wanted this palette, but now I can't wait to get my hands on it! Thanks for this post, it was great :)

    Love Eve <3

  2. You're welcome, I'm glad you liked it!!! x x x