So the Urban Decay Naked Palette was on hundreds on Christmas list’s and as a result, trying to get your hands on one was near impossible. So I decided to investigate myself and see what all the fuss was about.
At first glance its clear that this eye shadow palette is in a league of its own with twelve gorgeous neutral shades all of which I was dieing to try. With a range of shades to choose from you can have many different looks with a sparkly or matte finish that would work for both day and night proving Urban Decay’s idea of neutral is far from boring.
The palette includes 7 of the best-selling shades with an additional 5 brand new shades as well as a Good Karma eye shadow brush. So whether your into the office neutral look, the golden goddess look or the sultry smokey look this palette has the answer, making it an ideal treat for yourself or a fantastic gift for someone special.
Following on from the success of the ‘Naked’ palette, the ‘Naked 2‘ palette was launched in January and was hyped as the most anticipated sequel of the decade.
Naked 2 has 12 pigment-rich, taupe and greige neutral eyeshadows, including FIVE NEW shades and comes with a travel size Lip Junkie lip gloss.
This Palette is similar to the original in that it contains a variety of neutral shades that again are far from boring. Naked 2 contains slightly different shades from its bronze based predecessor, however in my opinion the difference is not enough to merit buying both. Simply choose which shades suit you and your skin tone best and you will have more than enough to work with in one of these palettes.
On the other hand if you have money to burn and wanted to purchase both, you couldn’t purchase two better palettes
‘Naked’ and ‘Naked 2′ are available from Debenhams stores nationwide…so come on, GET NAKED!
Picture Source: Urban Decay