My Favorite Palettes

I have a big love for make up. I love doing make up – the fun of creating new looks and just to play around with different products and colors. I started doing make up in 2016 and I have grown a little collection over these past years. Before 2016 I used mascara, eyebrow pencil and eyeshadow sometimes. I thought I would share with you my favorite palettes and why they are my favorites!

Urban Decay Naked palette
Urban Decay Naked palette

Urban Decay Naked

First out is the Urban Decay Naked eyeshadow palette – the first palette of the Naked collection. I absolutely love the Naked collection, the eyeshadows are beautiful and you can see that they put a lot of work in each palette. Each of the big palettes comes with an eyeshadow brush.

I have used this palette a lot, especially the three first colors as you can see ^^’ . There are two matte colors, one shimmer and the rest are glitter shadows. This palette got colors for every occasion – if you want a light day-time look, a deep night-time look or create a dramatic golden look!

I have gone through at least 5 of the single eyeshadow pots of the second color “Sin”, it’s my absolute favorite! The eyeshadows have a velvety texture and are applied with ease. They are easy to blend and very pigmented!

Urban Decay Naked 2 Basics
Urban Decay Naked 2 Basics

Urban Decay Naked 2 Basics

My second favorite is another Urban Decay palette. This palette has cooler tones than the first Naked palette. It is my go-to palette for everyday looks. There are six taupe-hued matte eyeshadows. The lightest shade has some shimmer in it, and is similar to the lightest shade in the other palette.

It has the same velvety and pigmented texture as the first palette. The colors stay all day and is easy to bring with you everywhere because of the size of the case. The eyeshadows have the original, full sizes as the other palettes. If there is one palette I bring with me for vacation it is this one!

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