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Urban Decay: Electric palette & NAKED 3 Review.

Hello Dolls,

As promised here is my review on the Urban Decay ELECTRIC palette. 


This palette along with the UD Naked 3, was a gift from my handsome boyfriend, David. He called me and told me he was on his way home from the court house, after paying a ticket. There was a Sephora in the area and he asked me what I would like from there. Needless to say I was so happy and very shocking by this lovely jester of his.

Any who This palette is amazingly beautiful. The colors are vibrant and so bold. I'm really loving this palette. I don't wear colors like these on a daily basis, so this is a special occasion type palette, (for me, anyway).

In fine print on the back of the palette, which I didn’t even see until I was grabbing size information, is the following: “Warning: Slowburn, Savage, Jilted, and Urban are not intended for the immediate eye area.” It’s not surprising to see such a warning, given that neon pigments, generally, have not been tested or approved by FDA for use on the “immediate eye area.” If you are already sensitive to red or pink eyeshadows, you should definitely heed the warning, as they all have a pink/red tinge. Neon pigments are often approved in the EU and Canada but not in the U.S., though it could be another ingredient that isn’t approved for usage on the eye (will be curious if UK/Canadian palettes have the same warning on the back). As always, use at your own discretion and risk. I am not a cosmetic scientist or medical professional. I have shown all four of those shades applied as blushes–be careful with shades like Jilted and Urban, as that frosted finish coupled with the intense pigmentation means a little goes a long, long way.










URBAN DECAY NAKED 3:

THIS CAN BE MY EVERY DAY GO TO PALETTE. It;s easy to wear and the colors are so pink and neutral that they compliment just about every skin tone. I now have al # NAKED palettes. I just adore them. Every makeup lover should own the Naked palettes.
























Do you ladies like these palettes? If so what do you think of them?


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