Sunday, March 17, 2019

Urban Decay Naked Reloaded Palette

Hello Everyone!


 * Disclaimer: This post contains a PR Sample provided by Urban Decay Cosmetics for review purposes. I would like to thank  Urban Decay Cosmetics for sending this products. All opinions are 100% my own. Product information is courtesy of Urban Decay.

If you love Urban Decay, you probably know the brand recently released their Naked Reloaded Palette! Being a huge fan of the Naked Palettes, I was excited to hear this news especially after the discontinuation of the Orginal Naked Palette. A few weeks ago Urban Decay kindly sent me The Naked Reloaded Palette!

Product Description


The essential Naked palette, featuring 12 all-new eyeshadow shades that redefine neutral with Urban Decay’s signature formula.


Naked Reloaded Swatches (No Flash)

Reinvent. Redefine. Rethink neutral. Meet the Naked Reloaded Eyeshadow Palette, with 12 all-new, universally flattering shades designed for everyone—any age, gender, and skin tone.


Naked Reloaded Swatches (Flash)

The new neutrals are here, and they’re anything but ordinary. Naked Reloaded is the essential palette with the nudes you’ll always need, all in one place. Bonus: We made the four outer pans in the palette bigger for the shades you’ll use the most. From silky mattes and metallics to iridescent micro-shimmers, these 12 versatile shadows contain our mind-blowing formula, with its velvety texture, rich color, and extreme blendability.



My Thoughts

I'm so glad that Urban Decay released a new reloaded palette to replace the Original Naked Palette. I was hoping Urban Decay wouldn't leave their fans feeling incomplete with the Original Naked Palette.  The packaging is gorgeous and sleek.


The four outer shades are bigger. Urban Decay made those shades larger since people use those shades more. The shadows are so pigmented, and the fallout is minimal.


A soft look for Spring. I used Barely Baked (tear duct), Retro (lid), Burn (crease) and End Game (outer v)


My eye makeup still looked fresh about 7 hours later.


Glowing...Barely Baked makes a beautiful highlighter 


I think this palette is good for cool toned neutral lovers. If you're new to eyeshadow this palette I would suggest getting this palette. Some may say a cool toned palette for a beginner?! My answer is yes. If you look at shades in this palette, you see a lot of neutrals that are wearable for everyday eyeshadow. On the flip side, you can use this palette to create sultry looks.


I was a little surprised that there's not a brush in this palette. I love the quality of the brushes that are included in the Naked palettes, so I was a little dissapointed there's not a brush in this palette. Overall I really like the Naked Reloaded Palette. I think it gives a Urban Decay a fresh new replacement for the Original Naked Palette.

Are you purchasing the new Naked Reloaded Palette?


22 comments:

krishna said...

beautiful shades! love it.

The Dainty Dolls House said...

The shades are great. Strong enough to be seen on your skin tone, which is great because a lot of palettes don't show up on me much. Urban Decay always have high pigment though and last a good time as well. Hope you have a lovely new week doll x

Pam Jackson said...

I am not purchasing any reloaded anything! HAHA...I hardly ever wear makeup since I retired. Years, and years of it and I am sure my face has been enjoying being naked the last couple of years.....but, that is going to change. I am going back to work part time. I will be working hours a day so the hair and face will get done each day again! I am looking forward to that. Dressing nicer, makeup, hair....but I REFUSE (if this is too personal...sorry) start wearing a bra again! haha...

Linda Libra Loca said...

I never tried the original one, and I admit I am not tempted by the reloaded version. I own so many similar shades already that I don´t really need a whole palette with them.

Jackie Harrison said...

Great Palette and lovely shades.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful palette!

Pilar said...

I agree!

Pilar said...

Lol, and Good luck with your new part time job!

Pilar said...

I own both, and I can see a difference in with the Naked Reloaded. The colors are very neutral, but you can also create sultry looks as well.

Pilar said...

I agree!

Pilar said...

I agree!

ALLIE NYC said...

The do make some great palettes and were one of the first to do the neutral trend. This palette looks amazing and as I have a lot of bluish undertones to my skin I am all about a cool palette

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www.allienyc.com

Marie said...

The new UD palette is very pretty! You did a great job with your makeup! It's a little strange the Naked Reloaded Palette didn't come with a brush. Is the brush possibly sold separately?

Pilar said...

I like both cool and warm toned palettes, but cool toned palettes are my favorite from Urban Decay!

Pilar said...

Thanks! I know Urban Decay sells individual brushes, but I don't think there's a specific brush for this palette.

Pilar said...

I love Urban Decay's eyeshadows. I've heard some people complain about the lack of pigment, but for the shades that aren't pigmented a white eyeshadow base works well to make the colors pop. Neutrals can be a hit a miss on any skin tone, but I find using a good primer works. I hope you have a great week as well!

Marie said...

That's too bad about the brush, but at least other brushes are available!

Ivana Split said...

This is a lovely make up look. The shades look lovely on you. I think I heard good things about Naked palettes. This is a nice look you created and I really like your braids. You look so adorable with that hairdo, suits you so well.

Pilar said...

If you're interested, I saw on IG Urban Decay brushes were 50%. I'm not sure of how long the sale lasts though.

Pilar said...

Thanks! The Naked Palettes are some of my favorite palettes!

Marie said...

Thanks for letting me know!

Pilar said...

You're welcome!

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