Get Naked & Flushed with Urban Decay’s new threesome!

{ Get Naked and Flushed with Urban Decay’s new palette! }

Surely, it can’t just be me that’s hunted for hours to find a makeup palette that ticks all the boxes; blush, bronzer and highlighter… Those three essentials that every girl needs in her handbag, but who wants the bulk of three separate items? Not me!
So you can imagine my excitement when I heard about Naked Flushed; this cheeky threesome contains the three beauty essentials in one convenient compact. I’ve been Naked’s number one fan since trying out their Naked3 eyeshadow palette { review here } and so I couldn’t wait to try out their new 3-in-1 product.

The sleek compact contains a matte brown bronzer, a shimmery pinky toned highlighter and blusher berry pigmented blush; in all their full sized glory! The light diffusing particles in the highlighter enhance and perfect, to give your skin a fresh and glowing look, and when used with the bronzer and blusher give you a complete base all in one sleek package.

Not only are the shades fantastic quality, and highly pigmented so they last for ages, but it’s also easy to fall in love with the packaging – the metallic case with the big naked logo on the front is slim enough to slip inside your evening clutch bag.  The case also has a huge mirror – another thing you can cut out of your handbag beauty bag!

Individually the matte bronzer is a medium brown shade which can be used to gradually build colour so that you can match it to your skin tone. It’s not orangey in the slightest, so you can apply quickly in the ladies without worrying about a streaky face when you emerge!!
The blusher is a deep pink and a little goes a long way – as you can see from the brush image. Blending is crucial and this shade would really suit all skin tones.

Finally the highlighter – as someone who has never really used highlighter before, I can’t really compare to others, but I sure love this one! It has a slightly pink undertone and I love applying it over my cheekbones to give a natural glow. The closest thing I can compare it to would be the Hourglass Ambient lighting powder which gives a more subtle glow all over the face, or wherever applied.

The Naked Flushed palette retails foe £20 in Debenhams and House of Fraser as well as online. So would I recommend buying this? Absolutely – with three top quality beauty compacts in one gorgeous palette, there’s no doubt in my mind that this is set to be a handbag staple.

Have you tried any of the Naked Palettes?