The chunky palette has three super-soft and highly-pigmented powders, a bronzer, highlighter and blusher, which can be used alone or combined to achieve a variety of finishes.

My favourite way to use the palette is to first add some definition with the bronzer with a large blending brush. It's a nice, pale and natural looking shade, with not a hint of orange in sight. I use it to contour under my cheekbones and then apply a light sweep across my nose, chin and forehead to give a sun-kissed glow.

I then apply the gorgeous, peachy-pink blusher to the apples of my cheeks, before using a smaller blending brush to highlight the tops of my cheekbones.

I can't get over how easy the palette is to use and how natural the finish is - all the shades blend together effortlessly and give a polished but natural look.

You can also get the Naked Flushed Palette in Native, which has a very pretty light-pink blusher, and Strip, which is the darkest of the trio with mauve leanings.

 Urban Decay's Naked Flushed Palette in Native

 Urban Decay's Naked Flushed Palette in Strip

Available from selected Debenhams stores and online at for €29

By Sarah McIntyre