If you’re into Social Media, you couldn’t ignore the stir that the release of Urban Decay’s Naked2 Palette caused…it was everywhere! I was finally able to get my hands on one to try and it definitely lives up to the hype. Read on for more…
Usually when a product comes out and creates a buying frenzy, I’m almost always disappointed. The Naked2 Palette really delivers, though. First, if you’re a neutral-eyeshadow lover like I am, then 12 shades of gorgeous is what you get in this palette. There are 11 shades of taupe and brown eyeshadow, with one additional shade of black–major drama factor.
The shades in the Urban Decay Naked2 Palette include:
- Booty Call – shimmery cork
- Busted – deep brown with shimmery finish
- Chopper – copper finish w/silver micro glitter
- Foxy – cream bisque w/matte finish
- Half Baked – golden bronze with shimmery finish
- Pistol – light grayish brown w/shimmer
- Snake Bite – dark bronze shimmer w/metallic finish
- Suspect – pale golden beige w/shimmery finish
- Tease – creamy pale brown w/matte finish
- Verve – oyster w/shimmery finish
- YDK – cool bronze w/metallic base
- Blackout – blackest black w/matte finish
- Also included is a Naked Junkie Lipgloss – a sheer pink
I really didn’t think I needed this palette, because my makeup drawers are full of taupe and brown eyeshadow. But I was wrong. After checking, I realized that I don’t have many similar shades. And that makes me happy–because I like being able to go to one palette and find all the colors I need. I also worried that maybe the shimmers would be “too shimmery” and that isn’t the case, either. The eyeshadows in this palette are nice to work with, provide good color coverage and can be worn by any age. Extra bonus points for the great full-sized and usable brush that’s included.
The Urban Decay Naked2 Palette retails at $50 and is available at Sephora.com, ULTA Beauty and Macys. This one comes Beauty411-approved! Have your tried either this palette or the original Urban Decay Naked Palette? Let me know in the comments!