Naked Ultimate Basics Eye Palette Review.

The Naked Ultimate Basics Eye Palette

New Naked Ultimate Basics Eye Palette is my absolute favourite of all the recently launched palettes from Urban Decay. I can see a lot of women using it daily. Designed to give you the tools to create the ultimate bare and natural look. Despite Brand being known for the range of Naked palettes the shades included in Naked Ultimate Basic Eye Palette wont be found in any any of them. All the shades are new to Urban Decay.

Is Naked Ultimate Basics Eye Palette for everyone?

Urban Decay claims that this palette has something to offer absolutely everyone. From cool skin tones to olive complexions to darker skin. On my Instagram I read some comments claiming that this palette doesn’t cater for darker skin tones. I went back to have a play to see if this might be true. However taking in to consideration the purpose of the palette, I think it does cater for everyone.

Just as the name suggests The Naked Ultimate Basics eye palette is there to provide you with all the natural matte eyeshadow shades to fake that effortless look. The bare eye look. The look that sometimes can be difficult and tricky to achieve.

What it takes to fake bare face?

Naked Ultimate Basics Eye Palette - Barely there look

Wearing Naked Ultimate Basics eye palette. Barely there look

Social Beautify in Naked ultimate basics palette - darker look

The right shades of eyeshadows  and superb formulas are essential to create makeup that will fake a bare face. I found this palette fab for that as the texture of the eyeshadows allows me to shape and shade my eye without it looking powdery. It really does look like I woke up like this! The Ultimate Naked palette shades are both beautifully creamy and have that buttery feel as well as superb blendability. This could be your perfect product if you like to create your look with no fuss. With shades like dark brown and black I’m certain you’d be able to crate ‘no makeup look’ even on dark skin tones.

The palette comes in a pretty rose gold case with a big mirror and a brush included.

The palette contains 12 shades and retails at £38.50 and you can grab it here.

Have you tried it? What do you think?

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