I think that the Naked Palette has the perfect mix of eyeshadows, with a combination of shimmer, frost, matte, and satin shades. I find all of the shades to be wearable, from soft subtle Virgin to bold Gunmetal, in a range of creams, nudes, golden and grey colours. I think my favourite colours in the palette are Virgin, Naked, Sin, Sidecar, Toasted and Hustle. The palette is made up of so many colours so its possible to make a variety of looks with this palette – I know what I’ll spend the rest of my week doing! The colours have been designed to work well on their own or blending into other colours, I know I’ll be trying to expand my eyeshadow blending skills with this palette. All of the colours seem to be lovely and pigmented and blend like a dream, but I’ve only had a little play around with them so far. I’m really excited to play around with this palette, and I plan on doing a couple of youtube videos on different looks for this palette. When it comes to the cost, its £35 for the Naked Palette, which yes seems a lot, but when you think about it you’re getting 12 eyeshadows which would normally cost you £13 each, along with a shadow brush and the primer potion, you’re definitely getting your moneys worth!Rating – I’d give this a 9/10 as there’s such a beautiful mix of eyeshadow shades, which all seem to be super pigmented and blend in amazingly together. I can definitely see why this palette is raved about so much, it’s a definitely must have palette if your a neutral eyeshadow lover like me!
Note – The Urban Decay Naked Palette 2 comes out on January 9th exclusive to Debhanams, and will be available everywhere else February 9th for the price of £36. Again with a range of 12 eyeshadows, a double ended brush and a mini lip junkie lip gloss – although it does seem strange to me to include a lipgloss with an eyeshadow palette?!?
Will you be buying this or wait for the Naked 2 Palette?