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Where Can I Buy Urban Decay


Pink, red, and beige tones dominated the beauty industry palette until the mid-1990s.[6] In 1995, Sandy Lerner, a co-founder of Cisco Systems, and Patricia Holmes were at Lerner's mansion outside London when Holmes mixed raspberry and black to form a new color. Then, they decided to form a cosmetics company, which they named Urban Decay.[7] Launched in January 1996, it offered a line of ten lipsticks and 12 nail polishes. Their color palette was inspired by the urban landscape, with names such as Roach, Smog, Rust, Oil Slick, and Acid Rain.[8]




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Prince had many talents, just like this super-fluffy Multitasker Brush does. Inspired by the makeup brushes that Prince used, its vegan bristles are densely packed and can be used anywhere on the face and body. It was originally $28 and is now marked down to only $14.


Hey guys! I'm sure a few of you are wondering with this new Urban Decay Naked 3 palette release if it's a worthwhile purchase. As this is their third in the Naked series, I feel like it's pretty important to see how this one compares to the previously released Naked and Naked 2 palettes.Right off the bat you can see that the Naked 3 has an overall rose gold theme with 12 eyeshadows in a gorgeous, wave-textured tin case.Each palette has 12 shadows generally flowing from light to dark. The current selling palettes all come with a synthetic eyeshadow brush (Naked is single-ended while 2 and 3 include dual-ended brushes).Generally speaking, Naked has mostly warm neutrals, Naked 2 is in the neutral-to-taupe range with more drastic light and dark shadows, and Naked 3 is distinctly more pink with a lot of mid-to-light shades. Naked 3 in particular has no copycat shadows in any other collection, which is nice for the eyeshadow collector.click to view largerSo should you buy Naked 3 if you already have 1 or 2? I personally feel that Naked 3 is the most different from the previous Nakeds and neither of the other palettes have significantly overlapping shades with this one. In contrast, I do feel that Naked 1 looks most flattering on warm, yellow-undertoned skin while Naked 2 looks most flattering on cool-to-neutral skintones and you don't necessarily need both 1 & 2. To me, Naked 3 is a new range of everyday wearable shades that would be "naked" only on pinker-skinned gals but still beautiful and office-appropriate for everyone else.Dupes?- There are no repeat shades in Naked 3.- The highlight shade (#1) is matte and light which is fantastic in use. (N1 is shimmery, N2 is darker)- The darkest shade (#12) is not close to anything in the other Nakeds. (N1 is charcoal, N2 is matte black)- Trick (#6) is similar to Chopper (N2) and Toasted (N1) but less buttery and pinker.- Factory (#9) is the lighter, pink-overtone cousin to Busted (N2) and Hustle (N1).All in all, no real dupes here.Final ThoughtsI'm personally a sucker for rose gold and found it to be really pretty on my skin. The shades don't read as too cool like some taupes may do and the pinky matte shadow (Limit) works great as an transition color in this shade range.My one gripe is that I wish Naked 3 had another light satin color to pop on the lid like Half Baked (Naked 1 & 2), Sin (Naked 1), or Verve (Naked 2). Dust (glittery light pink) seems like it would be good but it isn't highly pigmented and applies a bit crumbly with fallout due to the high amount of glitter. Many of the shadows stay in the medium range which is a little disappointing for someone with a medium skintone where they blend in too much.Still, it is a beautiful palette and a great value at $52. There are no shades too close to Naked 1 or 2 so if you already have one of those then this palette will complement those colors nicely. If you are brand new to the Naked line I would recommend getting Naked 1 or 2 first before diving into 3 unless you know you love and wear pinks more than any other neutral.You can find my previous Naked palette reviews & swatches here:Naked 3Naked 2Naked (original)Naked BasicsNaked 3 is available now at urbandecay.com and will be available at Sephora and Ulta in December.Readers, what do you think? Which Naked Palettes do you own? Will you be picking up Naked 3? Let me know in the comments below!Disclaimer: This post contains product provided by the company's PR for consideration. For more information please see my review policy. 041b061a72


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