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Urban Decay Naked Flushed Palette in “Streak” Review


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This sleek Urban Decay Naked Flushed Palette includes a bronzer, a highlighter, and a blush and even has a mirror, which makes it perfect for traveling! All three shades in the “Streak” pallete are excellent quality and blend wonderfully!  The palette costs $32 and can be found at Sephora.
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This bronzer is described as a “pale bronze matte” which fits the shade perfectly. It warm-toned, so it’s not great for contouring, but works well at warming up your face. It blends like a dream, which makes it perfect for beginners. If you’re like me and have medium or dark skin, then this bronzer probably won’t be dark enough to actually bronze your face, but if you have more fair skin and have trouble finding a bronzer that doesn’t look too dark or muddy, then I imagine that this will soon become your holy grail!

The highlighter included in this palette is a shimmery peach shade and is probably my favorite out of the three sections. Personally, I’ve never seen a highlighter in this specific shade and it looks great on light and medium skintones, especially those with warm undertones. Unlike other shimmery products that I’ve tried before, there are not actual chunks of glitter, it’s not powdery, and there is no fallout  whatsoever. It’s pigmented, extremely soft and blendable, and gives my cheekbones a beautiful warm glow!

The blush is a bright matte coral that is crazy pigmented, so make sure to apply it with a very light hand! This blush would definitely look good on absolutely all skin tones and is the perfect shade for summer! It is the most long-lasting of the three powders and is an amazing quality blush!

Each of these three shades work beautifully on thier own, but I also like to swirl them all together for a really healthy looking flush! I’m really happy that I chose this “Streak” shade, but if you are considering purchasing one of the Naked Flushed palettes, then I’d suggest that you also try out or swatch the other three shades (“Naked”, “Native”, and “Strip”) to see which one works best on your own skin! I hope this review was helpful and  informative and feel free to let me know your thoughts down below!

XOXO,
Makena💗

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