If you have been following me on here and on Instagram (@thechicommunity) for the last few weeks, you would know that I have very mixed feelings about Urban Decay. There are days where I love it so much to the point where I just use it like crazy, and there are days where I’m like eh.
I guess you could say that I’m a little late on the Naked palette trend train, my mom gave them to me recently since she doesn’t really use them. I was having really high expectations for these palettes because of the amount of love that these palettes have received. I’m not trying to say that these palettes suck and you shouldn’t buy them, I just recommend you buying another high end brand like Anastasia Beverly Hills to spend your money on other than Urban Decay.
I still use these palettes, I mean look at how gorgeous they all look. The colors are to do die for, and the packaging is perfect for decor. The brushes are amazing, the simplicity of them makes it so much better, and the amount of shades there are on one palette makes your money worth it.
The only thing that really disappoints me with Urban Decay palettes is the amount of the product gets picked up by the brush. I have mentioned the Moondust palette for ages now, but I just wanted to get something across. I thought at first that the Moondust palette was the only palette where I either had to use my fingers to really get the product on to my lid, or drown my brush with setting spray, but apparently all Urban Decay’s palettes are like that.
I am not the only one that thinks that, there are multiple reviews that talk about how the brush doesn’t really pick up the product, so it’s not my brush’s fault. But all in all, I still support Urban Decay all the way, and would buy their products and hopefully expect good results.