From Left to Right: Virgin (nude satin), Sin (champagne shimmer), Naked (buff matte), Sidecar (beige sparkle), Buck (brown matte), Half Baked (bronze), Smog (golden brown shimmer), Darkhorse (bronze-plum shimmer), Toasted (taupe-bronze), Hustle (mocha shimmer), Creep (near-black metallic), Gunmetal (dark grey metallic)
I know it’s SO late in the game to be jumping on this bandwagon, but I purchased myself my first Urban Decay Naked Palette back in December. When I say first Naked Palette I mean first. I don’t even own the Naked Basics which I feel like everyone and their mother has, but I do hope to own it soon! Anyway, back to why we’re here. I love this palette! When I was deciding which of the Naked palettes I was going to purchase I went for the original one. I found the Naked 3 a little to pink and while I really like the shades in the Naked 2 I decided I liked the colours in the original one just a bit better. I seriously could just use this one every day from my collection if I had to. I’ve heard some reviews that people can’t make an eye look without using shadows from other palettes but I honestly have no problems using just these colours. I can go for a very basic neutral eye to a lovely smoky eye using these 12 colours. I love the formula of these eye shadows too. They’re so pigmented and bendable I have no problem making a subtle or bold eye look and I also think the colours work great with my brown/hazel eyes. If you’re hesitating to get on the Naked Palette bandwagon I say you just take the chance and jump on!