Monday, 24 November 2014

W7 Palette - Urban Decay Naked 3 Dupe!

 



 
As a makeup obsessed beauty addict, I am always wanting to get my hands on the Urban Decay Naked Palettes, but the price tag puts me off every time! So for a while now I have been searching for a very similar dupe with the same pinky and rose gold shades. While raiding the TK MAXX store searching for any bargains (I picked up a set of 3 Revlon Lip Butters for the price of one of them (£7.99) in there before, trust me there's many goodies hiding around. I also got a Too Faced palette as well which is rare but a bargain buy!!) I saw hiding under some bits and bobs, a rose gold rectangle shaped palette and in my head I was hoping for it to be the Naked Palette. And when I pulled it out, it was something very similar!

So the palette I found is called the w7 palette 'In the Nude' and clearly as you can see from the packaging looks a lot like the Naked 3 palette. It has a sturdy rose gold tin packaging with the name of the palette written across it. Most palettes that have similar shades to UD palettes are often from MUA or Makeup Revolution which have fairly cheap packaging (but are very pigmented I must add), but this palette's packaging looks very good quality!

When you open it up, it is clear that the colours are more or less the same as the Naked 3. It ranges from natural pinky gold shades (which are my favourite!) to darker greys and mauves. There are 3 matte shades, one of which is my favourite (in the Naked 3 palette it's called 'Nooner'). The darker shades are very pigmented, but the lighter shades are a little bit less strong in colour. But they come out stronger when applied with my finger and not a brush! There are some glitters which are very pretty. My favourite shades are showed in the picture above. I might do a makeup look with this palette if you're interested?!
 
Overall I am very impressed with this palette and definitely recommend it if you're looking for a cheaper alternative to Urban Decay palettes. This was only around the £6 mark which is 1/6 of the Naked palettes! Thank you for reading this review and I hope you enjoyed!

18 comments:

  1. Really want to try this! It sounds really good, especially for the price x

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    1. You really should try it, its great! xx

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  2. This looks like such a great dupe!

    Missmacbeauty | Missmacbeauty

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  3. Really want to try this! Great post <3
    Love Kaci x
    kacistevens.blogspot.co.uk

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  4. I want this! The shades are lovely x
    Emma | Emmys Blog

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    1. I really recommend you get it, its lovely! xx

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  5. Looks identical to the Naked 3 palette. I love TK Maxx too though as I always find great products for really cheap prices.

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  6. Lovely photos :) This looks like an amazing dupe!

    vvnightingale.blogspot.co.uk

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  7. These palettes are such good dupes, love them!
    xprincessjas | ♥

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  8. Don't get me wrong I love a good dupe but I'm so shocked at how much they copied the Naked 3 palette! Crazy! But I'm glad it exists, because the price tag for the Urban Decay Naked palettes also puts me off :p

    http://accordingtojustine.blogspot.ca/

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    1. I totally agree with you! They copied Urban Decay so much but I'm not complaining because UD is so expensive!! xx

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  9. What a gorgeous little palette
    Love Vicki ♥ victoriajanex.co.uk

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