|UD Blackheart vs Lorac Untamed & Unbridled. Blackheart is a blackened plum with microglitter, vs Untamed is a golden plum (no glitter) and Unbridled is a plummy matte brown.|
|UD Liar, Factory, & Mugshot vs Lorac Unattainable & Uncensored. To me, the UD shadows are pinky/purpley based compared to the golden browns in the Lorac palette.|
|UD Limit & Nooner vs Lorac Unconditional & Unspoken. Again, UD are very pink toned. Even though Unconditional is obviously more pink than Unspoken, it's still a teeny bit warmer.|
|UD Trick vs Lorac Unreal & Unbelievable. Trick is the only true "rose gold" in the UD palette, in my opinion, vs Unreal which is a golden peach/champagne and Unbelievable which is a coppery rose.|
|UD Burnout vs Lorac Unbelievable. Burnout is more pink-toned and Unbelievable is a coppery rose.|
|UD Strange vs Lorac Undercover. Strange is definitely more of a "pinky cream" and Undercover is a sheer ivory.|
So, there we have it folks. UD Naked 3 vs Lorac Unzipped! I still can't declare a winner, just because I love them for different things. But hopefully this will help others out there who are undecided.
Oh, I also forgot to mention that all of these swatches were done without a primer or base of any kind. I never use a base in swatching. In a way, I think it's kind of cheating. I want to know what the eyeshadow itself looks/acts like without "helping" it along with a primer. If it looks good as is, on bare skin, then it can only improve with a base, yes?