It’s finally here: my review of Urban Decay Naked Cherry. This newest eyeshadow palette in Urban Decay’s Naked line up came very suddenly and quite unexpected. The launch happened just weeks after the announcement of the original Naked palette being discontinued. But the palette is here and you know I had to give it a try.
Essence has released a bunch of new eyeshadow palettes, which means I want to try at least one of them. My experience with Essence eyeshadow palettes hasn’t been the best. Especially with palettes that are part of their regular line up, I have had some bad experiences which I have reviewed here and here. In general, I have most luck with their limited edition palettes, such as the one released last summer. Since they are so hit or miss for me, I am always a bit apprehensive going into them, but today we are reviewing one of the newest palettes to the line up. Let’s have a closer look at the Essence Be You Tiful eyeshadow palette.
Essence Be You Tiful eyeshadow palette
So a while ago I saw quite a few people doing videos on their favorite shades from a number of random eyeshadow palettes. I thought it would be fun to do it as well. It is another excuse for me as well to talk a bit more about eyeshadows of course. We all know how much I love eyeshadow palettes and eyeshadow in general, so do I really need an excuse? Of course not, so any time I can talk about eyeshadow palettes, I will.
Favorite shade in the palette
Do I still need to explain why I am reviewing yet another Urban Decay eyeshadow palette? This time it may be a good idea. Because I wasn’t going to get this. I thought it looked too much like an updated Vice palette to me. That was until I went to the store and was able to swatch this. I thought the shadows felt different from most Urban Decay shadows and so I wanted to try it.
Urban Decay Born to Run eyeshadow palette
Let’s talk Urban Decay Naked palettes. As you know, I love Urban Decay eyeshadow palettes and that all started with their Naked line. In total, they have released 6 Naked eyeshadow palettes. That excludes the Naked Basics line. So we’re purely talking the 12 pan, rectangular palettes. And I decided to rank them all: from Naked 1 to Naked Cherry and all the releases in between: here are my thoughts about all the Urban Decay Naked eyeshadow palettes.
Ranking Urban Decay Naked eyeshadow palettes
I have tried many different Catrice palettes and every time they do one that interests me, I tend to give it a try. My favorite one has to be the The Modern Matt palette, but more recently Catrice released The Blazing Bronze palette. It provides a mixture of neutrals and berries and while this may not be the most exciting palette on the planet, I am still curious to see how it will perform.
Catrice The Blazing Bronze Eyeshadow Palette
The tide is turning! The warm toned eyeshadow palette is slowly being phased out and that means that brands are creating a new makeup trend. And that new trend is: purple eyeshadow palettes. I am loving it! Whether it is using purple for a pop of color or creating a full blown purple makeup look: I am loving a bit of purple in my eye makeup. I think it suits me and that is why I am super excited about this new trend. In today’s video I have gathered 5 palettes from my collection and talk you through each one and what I think of them.