I have always wanted the Urban Decay Naked 3 Palette ever since it was released but I just can't justify spending £37 on eye shadows that I properly won't wear everyday. I have the Makeup Revolution Iconic 3 palette which from reading many different posts is a really good dupe but I really wanted the Naked 3 packaging, am I sad lol!? I saw this one a couple of different blog posts for just over £3 so I thought I would order it and see what it is like and it looks exactly the same as the Naked 3 palette!
Obviously, this isn't an actually Naked 3 Palette but it is a complete copy for it. This palette isn't actually sold as a copy Naked 3 but is actually sold as a ''12 Colors Generation 3 Eyeshadow Palette'' which is properly why it is still able to be purchased. It is being sold at £7.02 but is quite a lot of the time priced at £3.62 so keep an eye on the T-Mart website if you want to pick one up.
Everything on the inner and outer packaging says Urban Decay on it, so if you wasn't a beauty junkie you would ever know that this is a fake. I have actually seen a lot of these fakes on depop being sold for £15-25 so make sure you don't purchase a fake at that price. Obviously with the packaging being copied there is no way to tell what is actually in the ingredients so I would highly recommend testing this out on your arm or the side of your neck to make sure your not going to have a reaction to them (which is what I have done and I haven't had a reaction).
The quality of the eye shadows is average, the lighter shadows are almost invisible on the skin, you can't even see two of them some the swatches below but the darker shades defiantly are pigmented as are the metallic shades. I can't say how long they would actually stay on the eyes for but with a primer they would defiantly last a lot longer.
Obviously, if you have the money and can justify spending £37 on the real Naked 3 I would defiantly recommend doing that but if like me, you don't wear eye shadow every day but love the look this palette I would say pick it up but defiantly test them out before you apply them to your eyes and don't put them too close to your waterline just in case.
Worldwide delivery is free from T-mart but as they are shipped from Hong Kong it can take a while to arrive. From the date I ordered to the date it was delivered it took just over two weeks.