The matte bronzer is a nice medium brown, and it is not too pigmented which I find for a bronzer is a good thing because you can gradually build the color to the right intensity for your skin color. It is not orange at all, which is perfect for anyone with a fair skin tone.
The highlighter is probably my favorite part of this trio. It has a pink undertone, giving such a beautiful goddess glow to your skin. I like placing some on top of my cheekbones, right above and right below my brows, in my inner tear ducts, down my nose and on my cupid's bow.
The blush is a nice deep pink, leaning on the berry side. A little goes a long way, and blending is definitely key with this blush. Nonetheless, I really like how it looks on my fair skin.
What is really great about this palette is that it can truly suit anyone. From dark skin tones to fair skin tones, you can work with the intensity of each shade to give a nice finish to your face! :)
In Canada, the Urban Decay Naked Flushed Palette retails for $35 at Sephora stores or online at Sephora.com
Have you tried any of Urban Decay's palettes? This very first palette I own from them has definitely sold me on the brand! :)