Urban Decay Naked Flushed Palette in Native Review

Hi guys,

If you saw my last Urban Decay review you will know that I have been collecting the Naked Flushed palettes and I have fallen a little bit in love with them. As I am using them almost every day at the moment, last week after a particularly busy and stressful day I decided to treat myself and get the next one on my list, Native.

I’d say Native contains the lightest shades out of the four palettes and features:

-          A bright, cool toned pink blusher which has a matte finish.
-          A light, pink shimmery highlighter
-          A medium shade bronzer which has a slight shimmer.

The blusher needs to be applied with a light hand as it is quite pigmented and can look slightly clownish if you’re not too careful. However if you apply it lightly it can give a lovely, natural flushed look to the cheeks. The highlighter contains a much finer shimmer than the Strip palette which has larger more glittery looking chunks. For that reason I do prefer the highlighter in the Native set for an everyday look as it blends easier and is more natural looking. The bronzer also has a light shimmer but applied with a Duo Fibre brush it gives a gorgeous glow to the skin that can be built up as required.

I have now collected all of the new Naked Flushed palettes and only have the original left to buy. I really like all of them so far and have been alternating between them but if I had to choose a favourite overall I think it would be Strip purely because it contains the most Autumnal shades and is perfect for this time of year. I will have to try the original Naked Flushed soon though to see if it can knock Strip off the top spot!

Have you tried any of the Naked Flushed palettes? Which is your favourite?

Thanks for reading :)

Hannah xx