I have wanted the original Naked Flushed by Urban Decay for ages now, but never actually bought it. When I saw that they released 3 new Naked Flushed palettes, I finally decided to purchase one. I went for Streak, which is the one that appealed to me the most. I love peachy-pink shades, so this is the perfect palette for me. Now that I think about it, I have never been disappointed with any of their products so I had high hopes for this one.
I simply love UD packaging. The Naked Flushed is compact and slim, offering you a bronzer, highlighter and a blush in one, it is the perfect travel companion. The packaging closes magnetically, making this feel even more luxurious. There are 4 different variaties of this palette, 3 new ones and the original Naked one.
Streak offers a bronzer, highlighter and blush in one little compact, all with peachy undertones. The bronzer is described as a "pale bronze matte bronzer". I wouldn't exactly describe it as a matte bronzer since it has soft shimmer in it. I do agree with the pale bronze part, now that it's summer time and I have a little bit of tan going on, it doesn't really show up on my face that much. It's a very subtle bronzer. The highlighter is a golden peach with golden shimmer. There are no chunks of glitter in it and the texture was relatively soft and easy to blend. The blush is a pink/coral. I do see some shimmer in the pan, but once it's applied on my cheeks, the shimmer isn't noticeable, it's almost matte. Overall, I'm really pleased with the quality of this little palette. The highlighter is absolutely gorgeous and I love how the blush complements my skin-tone. I do wish the bronzer was a little bit darker.
I'm so happy I decided to splurge on this palette. After wanting it for such a long time, it didn't let me down. I love the color selection and how it looks on my skin. UD Naked Flushed palettes retail for about €29 (14g) and are available at UD counters and online.