The Sweet Collection of Urban Decay Naked Cherry: Swatches and Review

October 15, 2018

 Urban Decay has a sweet new collection in their Naked line and it's all about cherries. The UD Naked Cherry Collection has a new eyeshadow palette, a highlight and blush palette, 3 lipsticks, 2 eyeliners and a setting spray. I am so excited to be able to share the entire collection with you. I have swatched it all and I am not disappointed in the products. See more below.

 The new Urban Decay Naked Cherry Eyeshadow Palette ($49) comes with 12 all new shades that have a cherry hued range. The packaging is very sturdy and the palette comes with a mirror inside. The shadows all work well together and are easy to blend. I'm happy to see Urban Decay expanding their Naked line to more color and being more bold. This is the kind of palette though that you are going to love or hate. If you are wanting berry hued shades that compliment each other, then this palette is for you. If not, then your going to pass on this. It depends on what you are looking for.

 I personally really like this palette and how it works with my skin tone and eye color. This palette helps me to step out of my comfort zone of neutral/beige shades and give color to my daily looks. 

Another product in the collection is the Urban Decay Naked Cherry Highlight & Blush Palette ($34) which has three face products. There is one highlighter, one blush and one iridescent complexion topper. You can wear them alone or mixed together for a nice glowy product. I love the way these look on my skin and they give a beautiful glow.

The three lipsticks in the collection are: Cherry, Devilish and Juicy. Cherry is what I expect in this collection and is a lovely deep berry wine color. Devilish is a a berry pink with tonal mirco-shimmer and Juicy is a light peach-pink with copper mirco-shimmer. The Urban Decay Naked Cherry Lipsticks ($18 each) are pigmented and the shades worked out well for me. Only Devilish was the one that didn't suit me and is a pass for me. I did enjoy Cherry and Juicy the most.

 There are two Urban Decay 24/7 Glide On Eye Pencils ($21 each) in the shades Black Market and Love Drug. These really go well with the collection and compliment the eyeshadow palette. Urban Decay Eyeliners are some of my favorite liners that don't budge and they last all day long until I'm ready to take off my makeup at the end of the day. The Urban Decay Travel Size Cherry Scented Setting Spray ($15) is nice and has a sweet cherry scent to their popular setting spray. I didn't love it but I also didn't hate the scent to it. It was just okay for me.

 Let me know what you are excited about 
from the UD #NakedCherry collection!

 ♥ Stephanie

Products mentioned were provided for post consideration. All opinions are honest and my own.

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