REVIEW: Urban Decay Naked Palette

4 years ago


A universally flattering palette that features 12 eye shadows with a distinctly urban look.


Urban Decay Naked Palette ($60 12x 0.05oz) comes with 12 neutral eye shadows that work well for a day time or night time look. Included in the palette are 12 shadows that range from shimmers, satins and matte shades, a Good Karma Eyeshadow Brush, and a 0.13 oz. Travel-sized Eyeshadow Primer Potion. The 12 shades are Virgin (Nude satin), Sin (champagne shimmer), Naked (Soft brown matte), Sidecar (shimmery beige), Buck (matte brown), Half Baked (golden bronze), Smog (golden brown shimmer), Darkhorse (dark brown shimmer), Toasted (rosey-bronze), Hustle (mocha shimmer), Creep (Near-black metallic), and Gunmetal (dark grey metallic).
I know this palette has been out for a really long time, but I still wanted to post a review on it before my theBalm Nudetude palette came in the mail.
I was first introduced to this palette from watching one of my favorite YouTube gurus, Jen (frmheadtotoe). After watching her video, I completely fell in love with it. This palette had everything I was looking for. By the time I was about to purchase the palette, Urban Decay release the Naked 2 palette. The choice between both was difficult. I started to doubt my decision for the Naked 1. But after months of debating, I decided on getting the original Naked palette. I used the palette straight for weeks on end until I took a break from using eyeshadows. My day time look would be sweeping Half Baked on my eyelid, Smog into my crease, Darkhorse in the outer V and adding a bit of Creep on top of Darkhorse to add some dimension to the look. Although it does sound quiet dramatic, it was still subtle enough and wearable.
The one thing that I dislike about the product is how the packaging looks. It attracts dust like crazy and it is easily dentable. If only Urban Decay came up with a more practical and sleek looking palette, I wouldnt have any complains.
Aside from the price, this is one of the best palettes I have. And I would recommend it for all you makeup junkies or those of you who are still experimenting.


Highly pigmented
Full range of different textures and colors
Comes with a bonus brush and primer potion
Long lasting
Smooth and buttery


Packaging is bulky and attracts dust
Packaging looks cheap
Some shadows have a lot of fallout
Not enough matte colors

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