In today’s review we are going to talk about the Urban Decay Naked Reloaded.
As you might know, the original Naked is not on sale anymore and they put out this new version instead of that. When the first Naked came out I was already into make up and it was the first palette I’ve ever bought. Took me forever to save enough to get it and I was so sad when decided to discontinue it.
I got this new version mainly because my first Naked is like ten years old, I’m not throwing it away but I don’t use it either and in my opinion, the two versions were different enough.
I don’t think this one will have the same success as the first one, but I wanted to see if it was a good replacement.
You can get it from sephora for 44$
The packaging is the same long and skinny one as the other Naked palettes. It is made of silk and it feels amazing and luxurious.
There are 12 completely new shades inside and the first and the last two are slightly bigger.
- Bribe/Blur: 2 x 1.4g
- Barely Baked/Boundaries: 2 x 1.3g
- All the other shades: 8 x 1.1g
This is definitely something I appreciate since those are the shades I use the most.
PIGMENTATION & FORMULA
There are four mattes, four shimmers, two glitters and two satins.
All the shades have a high pigmentation, most of them are really creamy and easy to blend.
I prefer to use the shimmers with your finger (or with a wet brush) they just work better like this and you won’t get a lot of fall down.
The mattes blend beautifully. You definitely get a great selection of colours to create a lot of different looks.
Angel Fire and Dreamweaver have a lot of all down so you have to use them wet or with glitter glue. Especially Dreamweaver is very crumbly and powdery.
Both Boundaries and End Game will look matte when you apply them but they have tiny specks of glitter that make them easier to blend.
Full Look: Cherry Blossom Look #MakeupMonday
With a primer they last about 8 hours before fading.
- Colour: 9/10
- Longevity: 9/10
- Application: 8/10
- Texture: 8/10
- Pigmentation: 9/10
- Packaging: 9/10
This palette is really nice, I like the shade range because is neither too cool nor too warm and I think is a good replacement for the Naked. The formula is good and standard for Urban Decay. I love that the most used shades are bigger and overall the packaging is stunning. I don’t mind to use my fingers for the glitters but I’m sure that it would be a problem for some people. If you are looking for a new neutral palette I think this is a good option.
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