Tuesday, 16 February 2016

Most talked about eyeshadow palette

I am very late to the band wagon when it came to the Urban Decay Naked Palette, it just didn't really appeal to me until now. I have already got the Naked 2 and 3, and I started to consider the original and it seemed to be a palette that was every where when I didn't have it. I decided to ask for it for christmas but I didn't think I would get it. But now I have it I can understand the hype. 

The packaging is very different to the Naked palettes we see now-a-days, with a velvet and loose magnetic closure. But inside you are greeted with 12 stunning shades, upon gazing at it you can see how the palette goes from day to night looks. My favourite shades in the palette have to be Naked and Buck, the perfect matte light and dark brown shades, perfect multitasking shades either for brow colours, crease colours or all over shadows. My next favourite shade is Toasted, the perfect rosy gold shade, that reminds me that it should be in the Naked 3 palette but maybe Urban Decay were hinting at what was to come. My last favourite shade is Smog, a beautiful mixture of gold and brown tones. 

 All of the eyeshadows as you would expect from Urban Decay and have great staying power, with or without a primer. As I have had the palette now for 2 months, I can understand why there was SUCH a hyper over it when it first came out, and also how it has started a surge of other companies wanting to create their own Naked palette. 

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