Urban Decay Naked Cherry Palette Review (+ Swatches)

I honestly wasn't expecting to love this palette as much as I do but I have fallen completely in love with it. This is the latest Naked Palette from Urban Decay and if you love a little bit of colour, you need this palette in your makeup bag immediately! 
Urban Decay Naked Cherry Palette Review
Urban Decay Naked Cherry Palette Review
Urban Decay Naked Cherry Palette Review
Urban Decay Naked Cherry Palette Review
This is the brand new Urban Decay Naked Cherry Eyeshadow Palette. This is part of the Naked Cherry collection that includes lipsticks, scented setting spray and a cheek palette, Selfridges even have a Naked Cherry Vault! I've always been a warm-toned eyeshadow fan but I usually play it safe with my looks. This palette is the perfect introduction to a bit of colour on the eyes! You can create so many different looks with this palette and I have been using it much more than I thought I would. 

I love the packaging of this palette and I think it's my favourite packaging that Urban Decay has done so far. The palette itself is the same style as the Naked Heat and Naked Smoky palettes as it's a made of a hard plastic with a long mirror inside complete with a double-ended brush. These palettes are extremely durable so there is no need to worry if you keep yours in your makeup bag or travel with it. On the front of the palette is a line of cherries in the back of the packaging with raised lettering and rose gold accents. 

Inside the palette is 12 stunning cherry toned eyeshadows in a mixture of matte, satin, shimmer and metallic finishes. I love the range of shades that I used for this palette as there is such a variety of shades that you can use to create your eyeshadow looks. This might be one of the only palettes that I have in my collection that I can actually see myself using every single shade too! I have mainly been using the lighter section of the palette at the moment to create daytime looks but I know that I will be using the darker shades a lot towards the end of the year to create some smokey and deeper looks. And these shades aren't so dark that they look intimidating to use. 

My favourite shades in the palette are Hot Spot (a matte ivory), Feelz (a soft dusty rose matte), Turn On (a pale metallic rose shimmer) and Young Love (a metallic cranberry). I have been using these shades so much and mixing them with other palettes as well. For an everyday look, I have been using Hot Spot as my brow bone highlight, Caution and Feelz in the crease with Juicy in the outer corners and Bang Bang on the lid. The metallic and shimmer shades in this palette completely transform if you apply them with a damp brush! All of the shades are well pigmented and so easy to apply and blend, as with all of my Urban Decay palettes! I don't use an eyeshadow primer and these shadows last exceptionally well throughout the day with no fading or creasing. When I apply these shadows I don't notice a lot of fall out or kick back in the pans either. 

The Urban Decay Naked Cherry Palette retails for £42 - HERE


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