Urban Decay Naked Flushed Palette Review!

Hey Guys! So today I thought I would do a review of the Urban Decay Naked Flushed Palette as I finally bite the bullet and bought it the o...

Hey Guys!

So today I thought I would do a review of the Urban Decay Naked Flushed Palette as I finally bite the bullet and bought it the other week! I know it's not a new release but just thought I would give you my opinion on it if you were thinking about splurging on it!
I went for the original flushed palette as I liked the colours the most and just thought I would keep it original! 

So this is what the packaging looks like, which is a bit similar to the NAKED basics palette, although I actually prefer this packaging. It is quite slim and compact so it's easy to carry around with you and definitely a good product for travelling with. I think it's the perfect size and is easy to open too. It also comes with a mirror which I love as again you can touch up on the go, or do your whole makeup look!

In the palette you get a bronzer, highlighter and blush which in my opinion will suit most people. I love the bronzer as it's quite natural looking but you can definitely build it up to a nice contour. It is also not muddy looking on the skin or too orange which I have found with some bronzers. It is an easy to wear colour and is also matte so therefore good for contouring. The closest bronzer I have had to this would be the benefit Hoola bronzer if you are looking for an alternative. I normally use my Real Techniques Flat Contour brush (review here) to apply this bronzer to contour my cheekbones and wherever the sun would hit on my face.
The highlighter is the one that I probably use the least as I'm not a massive fan of highlighting. However I have been using a little bit on the tops of my cheeks to add a little bit of glow. It is a really nice cream colour with a hint of sparkle in it and I also think is a little bit pink toned. What I like about it is that it's not too pigmented so therefore will give a more naturally glow which a definitely prefer.
The blush is a really lovely pink which is not too bright and will give you that 'flush' kind of look. (hence the name!) It doesn't have any glitter in it which I like and I think that it would suit a lot of people. You can definitely build the blush up to a nice colour or just pop a bit on to add a little bit of colour to your face! This blush is also good if you are a bit heavy handed as you have to build it up to get a colour like the one in the palette. I normally use my Real Techniques Blush Brush to apply this to the apples of my cheeks and blend lightly upwards which the brush does well with.

Overall I think if you want a really compact palette that you take around with you but also have 3 really good products in then I would definitely recommend! 
You can buy it from the Urban Decay website for £22.50 here. I also personally think that it's worth the money as you get 3 brilliant products that will last you ages!

I hope you enjoyed this review and please let me know if you have it or are going to try it!
Also I normally don't say this but you can also leave me any requests for future blog posts as I would love to be writing about something that you would all want to read!
I hope you are all well and enjoying this nice weather that we are having at the moment!
See you in my next post!

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