This is my review of the Urban Decay Naked 2 Palette. I had my makeup done today and I bought this palette. I love it because the colors are amazing and very blendable.
The colors are a combination of dark and nude colors. The great thing is that these colors are buildable and allow you to layer them without looking too made up. They look natural!
They range in color from deep matte colors to pale neutral shades. You can create the smoky eye from the urban decay naked 2 palette as well as an everyday neutral eye. There are also a few sparkly shades for a great evening look!
The naked 2 palette has a really good shadow brush that’s double sided, which is designed for using the eye shadow and to use over your eye liner and can also give a really cool smoked shadow look.
I suggest using the Urban Decay primer to get the best effect and staying power. The eye shades with this collection will also work the best on people with cool skin tones.
If you want to buy this palette, click on the link in picture above to purchase the Urban Decay Naked 2 palette!
If the use of the word “naked” wasn’t enough to get your attention, then the delicious colors in the Urban Decay Naked Palette sure will! This is by far the best palette of neutral shadows that I’ve used to-date, likely because it’s so much more than just your same ol’- same ol’ palette of neutral eye shadows.
I guess I’ll start with the packaging, which is sleek and swanky and as dee-lish as the colors inside. The colors themselves give you all you need to create anything from a toned-down daytime look to super sexed-up glam for night, if that’s what you’re after. While the Urban Decay Naked Palette does offer up a good number of the creams and beige’s that you expect in a neutral palette, it works its way over to the more colorful and even darker side of the spectrum with deep purple and bold blue. I was more than happy to realize that this gave me everything I needed so I wouldn’t need to carry around any other shadows and yet still be able to create a gazillion different looks. I’ve managed to get a great smoky eye using the palette and have even pulled off a few very low-key sweet looks—sweeter than you’d expect from colors with names like ‘Sin’ and ‘Hustle’! I also found that a couple of the colors worked well as highlighters by gliding a little color just above my brow bone and the tops of my cheeks using my finger when I wanted to liven my face up before a last minute date. (See—more than just a neutral shadow palette!)
Overall the Urban Decay Naked Palette is worth picking up. The colors are incredible and very diverse and you get all kinds of great textures too. Having everything from matte to all-out glitter and everything in between really lets you mix it up for a ton of looks. This product is totally worth spending your pretty little pennies on.