Naked Basics by Urban Decay. A Review.

4 years ago

I finally got it, my <strong><em>Urban Decay Naked Basics</em></strong> is finally here, YAY!
I couldn`t help but notice that it`s so tiny compared to the other two Naked palettes, although it makes perfect sense as you get 6 eyeshadows x 0.05 oz versus the 12 colours in the previous palettes.
I guess the basic and minimal packaging and the fact that you don`t have any brush or extra products with it contribute to make the Basics palette appear smaller.
It`s actually really travel-friendly and easy to store. Plus, the quality is really good, as always when it comes to UD shadows.

The Basics contains <em>6 colours</em>, five mattes and one satin, that go from light beige to a very dark black. I don`t care for the black, but I guess it`s handy to have in a little palette like this one if you want to go for a smoky eye.

<em>Venus</em> is the only satin colour, a very light beige which can be used as a highlight, and it`s very similar to Phloof by MAC; <em>Foxy</em> is a matte beige, <em>WOS</em> (Walk of Shame) is a pink-toned light brown colour and Naked 2 is a very neutral light brown; <em>Faint</em> is a very similar colour to MAC Wedge and <em>Crave</em> is a simple deep black.
All the colours are very pigmented and buttery, easy to apply and work with. Not a surprise, if you know UD shadows.

Overall, a very nice little palette to have in your collection, although not a must-have if you already are a makeup junkie like me. But if you`re looking for something to start from, this is a really good one!

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