Review of Urban Decay Naked Flushed palette in Naked.
I received this lovely article in the post yesterday (in the most absurd amount of packaging). It’s a very pretty compact with a mirror containing a large bronzer alongside a highlighter and a blush.
So Urban Decay Flushed is basically all the cheek colour you’ll need in one place. The powder is soft as powder can be. The bronzer is pretty subtle, you can really layer it on. The highlighter and blush are much more bold. The blush is a rose shade, shimmer is Champagne. You won’t need so much ( which is for the best because they’re a lot smaller).
I used a kabuki brush for the bronzer. I liberally applied focusing on cheeks, jaw and temple. Because the blush and highlight are much smaller my oval brush was perfect for just picking up one shade.
I got mine from eBay (here’s my Blurb about it), cunning little thing it is.
I loved the effect, and I’m not one for bronzer. You need very little of the blush and highlight to make an impact. All the powders blend together beautifully to make a glowy sunkissed complexion.
Urban decay do the Flushed palette in
- Streak- (bright coral blush, pale matte bronzer, peachy shimmery highlight)
- Native-(bright pink blush, medium bronze shimmery bronzer, pale pink shimmer highlighter)
- And Strip-(deep bronze shimmer, deep mauve blush, golden shimmer highlighter)
So there’s plenty of choice if pink isn’t your colour.
Urban Decay Flushed in Naked is great. It’s going to be used a lot. It could be a bit awkward to pick up the blush and highlight alone, if you don’t have the right tools for the job. Besides that dead chuffed here.
Urban Decay Flushed Pallette8 /10