Urban Decay Naked Cherry Palette is one of the newer additions to the Naked line. It has one of my favourite tones of berries and pinks, so I had to get it. It is definitely a beautiful colour story, but is it worth it?
“Born to Run” – Isn’t it such an uplifting feeling? The Urban Decay Born To Run palette came home to me mainly because of the theme and idea behind the palette. Quite obviously, I fell in love with the packaging first and then the shadows inside.
Currently, I am drowning in the sea of my warm-toned eyeshadow palettes. In this post, I am going to compare the ones I feel are most comparable. So, we are comparing the latest addition to my collection, the Tarte Tartelette Toasted with three other palettes – Colourpop Double Entendre, Urban Decay Naked Heat and theBalm Nude Beach palettes.
If you like highlighter palettes, then the new Urban Decay Afterglow Highlighter Palette is definitely one worth checking out. I got this from Sephora Singapore recently and I think if you are someone with a medium to tan skin tone, then you should be very interested.
The Urban Decay Naked Heat Palette is my first Urban Decay Eyeshadow Palette ever and I am really excited to have this in my collection. I have never been interested in an Urban Decay palette before but when I saw the colours of this palette, I knew I had to get it.
Today I am writing about one of my favourite makeup items in the whole world and I am sure many will agree – Lipsticks! These are the Urban Decay Vice Lipsticks which were released last year and there were 100 of them, literally!