As I mentioned on my Too Faced Chocolate Bar palette review (link), my husband was super sweet and purchased this palette for me. Without further adieu...
Onto the swatches:
- Strange is a matte beige with a cream-pink undertone.
- Dust is a light rose pink with glitters.
- Burnout is a peachy-pink with a satin finish.
- Limit is a light dusty rose with a matte finish.
- Buzz is a metallic rose.
- Trick is a metallic pinky-copper.
- Nooner is a matte pinky-brown.
- Liar is a metallic pinky-mauve.
- Factory is a warm pinky-brown with a satin finish.
- Mugshot is a metallic taupe.
- Darkside is a taupe-mauve with a satin finish.
- Blackheart is a matte black with red glitter.
Out of all the Naked palettes, this is my least favorite. The texture of these shadows are as soft, pigmented, and easy to work with as the first two palettes, but for me, it all comes down to color preference. I don't reach for this palette as much as I thought would.
Now let's take a look at the UD Naked 3 Palette and LORAC Unzipped palette:
Top: Urban Decay Naked 3
Bottom: LORAC Unzipped Palette (review here)
Looking at the swatches, these two palettes are nothing alike. To me, the Unzipped palette is a rose gold palette while the Naked 3 palette is a rose-hued palette. The Naked 3 palette allows you to create a feminine and romantic look whereas the Unzipped palette allows you to create more of a dramatic look. Again, it all comes down to color preference... so if you decide to only choose one, I recommend swatching them at Sephora and looking at them side by side before making a decision!
Do you like pinky-neutral shades? Do you own or plan to pick up the Naked 3 palette?
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