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Urban Decay Naked Reloaded Eyeshadow Palette Review

by onlinebeautyfinds

Undisputedly, the first neutral eye shadow palette that swept the world, the original Naked Eyeshadow Palette from Urban Decay, was discontinued in autumn 2018.

Compared with the discontinued Naked palette, the tone of this palette is not so cold. I like the peach shades contained in this palette (reminiscent of the resonance of Naked Heat)-it kind of combines some of the best parts of other palettes. It tries to redefine the neutral. Let’s dig a little deeper-see if it succeeds!

Naked Reloaded uses a slim color palette, which I initially thought was made of cardboard, in a plastic rectangular compact packaging, and wrapped in a layer of satin fabric. The golden vinyl letters are pressed on the lid, and the packaging is thinner and narrower than the Naked Palettes of the past. In addition, Naked Reloaded does not include double-ended brushes, just like all past full-size Naked Palettes.

Compared with the original Naked Palette, it uses velvet, flocking packaging, can absorb dirt and debris like others, Naked Reloaded’s satin cover is absolutely superior.

Because they are rich in butter and rich in pigments. All the satin and matte finishes are silky smooth and not mottled, but their consistency is a bit loose and powdery.

Recommend to you!




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