Urban Decay Naked Cherry Eyeshadow Palette (Review and Swatches)

Urban Decay Naked Cherry (Review and Swatches)

I had my eye on the Naked Cherry palette since it launched, and I managed to stay away until I had enough points collected at my local drugstore to get it for free. Looking at this palette, many of the colors could be found in other palettes, it wasn't a palette I had to have right away. I wrote a post here, when I was trying to talk myself out of this palette. When I finally had my hands on it, I couldn’t wait to give it a try.

The Naked Heat is one of my favorite palettes, and the Naked Cherry is now tied with that palette. Looking at the palette it looks pretty monochromatic, it doesn’t look to give you much variety but that’s what I love about these palettes. They’re so easy to use, and I like each look that I create. Can we just mention that Cherries are more red and this palette is more berry? Yes...that's what I thought too. For the formula, the mattes blend so easily, the shimmers could be more metallic for my taste, but they look beautiful on the lid. While I can't get too wide of a variety when creating looks, I do get a nice range from light to smokey. This palette also has everything I need in one palette, and I don't have to pull in another palette for a light brow bone shade or a dark shade for definition or lining my eyes.

The tones in the palette has been something I've loved all fall and now winter. I love these shades in the colder weather. I also don't have a lot of fall out on my face when using this palette. If I'm looking for an easy, dependable palette that has berry tones- I'm going to be searching this palette. Urban Decay's formula has been pretty consistent for me. They shadows are pigmented but not too powerful where I'm scared to apply it to my eye. They build well, and make for easy application. 

You can purchase this palette here.* I will say that I wish Urban Decay lowered their prices a bit. For 66$ Canadian- they're pretty high priced. The Born to Run (review) palette was 59$ and had more shades. 

Urban Decay Naked Cherry (Review and Swatches)

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  1. It's a beautiful palette but I feel like I have so many similar shades already and I really need to put a stop to my palette buying for a bit.

    Angela at Blush & Pearls

  2. I spotted this on your instagram - after realising I wasn't following you! - and it is so beautiful. The shades are lovely for this time of year xx

  3. I think the shade selection in this is stunning but it isn't unique enough for me to buy! xx