Urban Decay Streak Naked Flushed Palette Review & Swatches

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Urban Decay Streak Naked Flushed Palette is one of three new shades of permanent Urban Decay Naked Flush Palettes that Urban Decay released for Summer 2014.

Like the original Naked Flushed Palette, Streak features a bronzer, blush, and highlighter shade.

Let’s take a look!

Urban Decay Naked Flushed Palette Streak

Some folks didn’t love the original Urban Decay Naked Flushed Palette but I actually did! It’s a rarity for me to like anything with a highlighter and bronzer because I make more use of blush than bronzer and highlighter but I do like this style of palette a lot because it brings together a nice assortment of facial powders in one slim, easy to travel with, easy to store compact!

Urban Decay Streak Naked Flushed Palette

Urban Decay Streak Naked Flushed Palette

Urban Decay Streak Naked Flushed Palette swatches

Urban Decay Streak Naked Flushed Palette Swatches

Urban Decay Streak Naked Flushed Palette is a nice assortment for those with fair to medium fair skin as the bronzer can double up as a contouring powder of sorts. I find the texture varies in these palettes as the highlighter is typically soft and velvety where as the bronzer and blush is dense, slightly dry, but still silky and easy to blend onto cheeks. The texture of the bronzer and blush isn’t exactly finely milled but as I still find it a smooth, blendable experience none the less with fairly natural pigment that isn’t overwhelming which is surprising as Urban Decay does like its pigment!

I think the bronzer portion is a softer tan which is so doable for me. The texture is very soft and quite smooth with a certain silkiness although it does have a dense layer at first but that brushes away with use. The color is very doable as it adds warmth but not orange to skin. It also adds richness to blush should you wish to use it over your face blush!

The highlighter portion of the compact is a golden peach. It’s a bit frosty but can be blended into a soft sheen on cheeks and face. It does kinda catch on drier areas of my face so spend some extra time blending it out. You can never over blend right? Blending out will soften the effects and you’ll have a smoother finish.

The blush is the most dense here and has a matte finish. I thought it was dry but it blends out quite well on my skin and looks smooth and even never patchy for such a drier blush!

Overall, Urban Decay Streak Naked Flushed Palette is a “safe” play for paler or fairer skin types that want a workable selection of not too pigmented bronzer, blush, and highlighter. Don’t be discouraged by “not to pigmented” because these powders do have excellent color pay off but they just look more natural and less harsh than some bronzers, blushes, and highlighters. For folks like me, that dislike bronzer, this is a perfect way to add warmth, color, and a hint of sparkle to your cheeks and face!

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Urban Decay Streak Naked Flushed Palette (Blush Only)

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Urban Decay Streak Naked Flushed Palette (A light dusting of bronzer to begin, blush on top, and highlighter blended right onto the apples of my cheeks!)

Do like!

It’s available now at Sephora.com, Ulta.com, and of course, at urbandecay.com and in stores.

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Disclosure:

This review contains a sample
product sent for consideration by PR.
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  • 7/9/14 18:45 MakeupTray:

    I am as pale as a ghost and I returned mine. The bronze was way too light for my skintone. Even the sales people agreed Streak is too light for fair skin. If you are pale go for Native or the darker one.

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    • 7/10/14 11:39 Isabella Muse:

      sorry to hear it! worked great for me :) I liked the lighter bronzer in this one!

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  • 7/10/14 2:03 Mairi:

    It looks like a super-shimmery slice of Neapolitan ice cream, ahahaha.

    Looks lovely on you! I’m filing it into my “do want but girl you have like 8 products like this already and you don’t even use bronzer stahp” pile, though, ORZ

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    • 7/10/14 11:31 Isabella Muse:

      haha now I’m hungry Mairi :) aw thanks! <3! story of my life girl story of my life :D

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  • 7/10/14 11:05 Pam:

    I like this lighter, not too warm palette for us paler, cooler girls. Nice for travel.

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    • 7/10/14 11:17 Isabella Muse:

      I thought the same :D

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  • 7/11/14 5:26 Mary Anne:

    I really like what you’re doing with your makeup. It’s really covering those scales. :)

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    • 7/11/14 9:34 Isabella Muse:

      Mary/Leigh/Missy/Kate/Catherine etc etc you do realize every single time you comment I have your ip address? seriously girl, every single comment you’ve made is under a different name with the same ip address in Taiwan. Some of them made me laugh rather hard like this one! I’m an adult and hopefully you’re an adult too so stop leaving dumb a$$ comments, I’m almost positive you have something better to do with your time than to troll and stalk with stupidity. Life is too damn short my dear, get out there and do something you enjoy and stop being so negative to strangers on the Internet! Have a great day. I only wish the best for you Mary Anne or Kate or Catherine or whoever you are :)

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      • 7/14/14 15:28 Majick:

        Muse – YOU ROCK! ;-)

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        • 7/24/14 12:50 Isabella Muse:

          <3!

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  • 7/20/14 17:48 Sarai:

    Hmm, the feedback and reviews here in this thread from my fellow pale ladies about this palette are rather mixed. I was able to swatch this in the store, but it’s been a while. The highlighter portion looks really perfectly tailor-made for fair cool skin. The blush itself is rather warm, so I’m not so sure about it. The bronzer is light and cool-toned in the pan, but not so much in the arm swatch. I’m really on the fence about whether I should get this. I already have Naked Flushed Palettes in Original and Native. Original is great dark shades that seem universal for all skintones, whereas Native is perfect natural light shades for pale skin. Strip on the otherhand looks to me to be a trio of perfect natural-looking dark shades for dark skin. I suppose Original and Native are the only two trios from this four-trio collection of Naked Flushed Palettes by Urban Decay that I really need. Oh, before I forget, the only logical conclusion here is that Streak must be for olive/medium skintones.

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