It’s my birthday today (still in my ‘early’ thirties whoo!) and I got the original Naked Palette from thoughtful Nat. Since I’m such an Urban Decay fan girl I’m stoked that I’ve finally completed the Naked Series Triumvirate. And what a series! The Naked palettes are pricey at $64 CAD a pop but sooooo worth it. You can create so many looks from day to night and the double ended brush that is included is amaze-ballz!
Since it’s my birthday and I feel like I can do whatever I want I plan to honour the Urban Decay Naked Palette Series with a silly poem of my own devising. So read of if you feel like a chuckle!
An Ode To Urban Decay Naked Palettes
Urban Decay is beauty with an edge
To them, my loyalty I do pledge:
To honour my feminity, creativity, and sense of fun
with a rainbow of colours that do not run.
The best of them all are the Naked Palettes One through Three
Whom every make-up maven knows are a necessity!
All palettes include twelve beautiful long-wearing shadows
in a variety of textures from mattes, shimmers, darks, and mellows
The original Naked has shades that will work for everyone
The shadows are so potent – one swipe and you’re done!
The colours range from bronzes to blues,
It’s certainly fun to mix a few!
Naked 2 features taupe and grey-beige shades
They stay put on your eyes in sun and in the shade.
This palette proves that neutral is anything but boring,
It’s the palette all the 3CB girls reach for on rushed mornings!
Naked 3 first stole my heart by having the perfect rosy hues
To match my bridesmaid dress for my friends; “I Do’s”
It ignited the obsession I have with this brand
So for now, and forever, I will be a UD fan!