Urban Decay Native is a cheek palette that retails for $30.00 and contains 0.49 oz.
Urban Decay Native Naked Flushed PaletteUrban Decay Native Naked Flushed Palette ($30.00 for 0.49 oz.) is a new trio that features a bronzer, highlighter, and blush. It is a follow up to Naked Flushed. This one seems to [attempt to] match the blush to the colors of Native Lipstick and Native Lip Pencil, which are both light-medium pinks. I don't think it's a great match for either the lipstick or pencil, as it is distinctly cool-toned, whereas the lipstick is warm-toned and the pencil more neutral-to-warm-toned. To me, the color is a better match for Obsessed Lipstick. I didn't like the original Naked Flushed palette, as I felt like the texture was firm and drier, but I didn't love this one either, as it was powdery--makes me feel a bit like Goldilocks. Though you'll see excess powder as you grab product onto your applicator, it doesn't seem to look powdery on the skin, so that's definitely a plus. It's not ideal to have so much excess sitting on the surface of the pan when there are three shades that sit next to each other. The highlighter emphasizes pores/skin texture, which is a drawback. If used lightly, that effect can be lessened, but some care is required--it's not foolproof.
Use these pressed powders individually or blend them together to create just the right effect. Urban Decay’s micronized, jet-milled formula has a luxe, featherlight texture that feels amazing on your skin and provides a flawless finish. Light-diffusing particles enhance and perfect to for a fresh, glowy look, even after a late night. The color is intensely pigmented yet blends beautifully, and the universal shades are versatile enough for any skintone.