Urban Decay’s NAKED Collection

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Urban Decay’s original NAKED + NAKED2 had a baby=

NAKED Basic

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Unless you’ve been living in solitary confinement, you’ve heard [or at least own one] of Urban Decay’s best selling NAKED eyeshadow palette’s.

If you don’t, then you’re totally missing out.

Seriously they are amaze.

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The NAKED collection: NAKED, NAKED 2, NAKED Basics & NAKED polishes

In the last two years, Urban Decay has taken the cosmetic world by storm demanding full attention to their most coveted palette’s.

To capitalize on their original NAKED success and popularity, Urban Decay released NAKED Basic; to satisfy those of us that desire sultry, matte-finish shadows.

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Venus / Foxy / Walk of Shame / Naked 2 / Faint / Crave

+Venus:  satin, creamy white with sheen

+Foxy:  matte, peachy beige

+Walk of Shame:  matte, pinky beige

+Naked 2:  matte, soft taupe, with a subtle brownish grey undertone

+Faint:  matte, warm medium dark-brown

+Crave:  matte, black-brown

Created to be a matte companion to NAKED, it is truly a must-have addition to your beauty arsenal. If you’re a fan of basic neutrals, like minimal without a bunch of frills, then this palette is absolutely for you.

You’re not getting jipped either-each shadow is full-sized. The textures are wonderfully silky, smooth, and densely pigmented for true color payoff. The packaging is sleek and lightweight, making it easy to carry in your purse or travel.

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The original NAKED palette set the stakes pretty high as it was [and still is] my fav palette.

Palette colors include:

+Virgin: shimmery, nudish-beige. {It is very light}

+Sin: frost, champagne color with a pinkish undertone

+Naked: matte, medium beige-y brown.

+Sidecar: shimmery, cocoa bronze brown with a golden sparkle

+Buck: matte, darker beige-y brown. {very similar to naked}

+Half Baked: metallic, neutral gold {one of my favs!}

+Smog: medium dark bronze with a gilded bronze sheen

+Dark Horse: chocolate brown with beautiful bronze shimmer

+Toasted: shimmery, dark pinky-brown

+Hustle: soft shimmer, dark chocolate brown with a plum undertone

+Creep: dark blue-black with light silver shimmer

+Gunmetal: metallic, gunmetal grey with silver glitter {the best color ever!}

The palette also comes with their amazing duo 24/7 eye-pencil in Zero [creamy, blackest black] and Whiskey [creamy, rich brown].

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When NAKED 2 launched last year, it totally lived up to my expectations and I immediately became obsessed. I find myself always going back and forth between the two.

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NAKED 2 features five new shades, as well as six popular shades form Urban Decay’s core line of eyeshadows. Only one shadow is found in both palette’s.

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+Foxy: matte, cream color

+Half-Baked: metallic, neutral gold [found in Naked1]

+Bootycall: satin, champagne color (very similar to Virgin from Naked 1, but peachier)

+Chopper: metallic, rose gold with silver micro glitters

+Tease: matte, taupe with purple undertones

+Snakebite:  satin, deep bronze

+Suspect: satin, light taupe

+Pistol:  satin, warm steel grey

+Verve:  metallic, slightly pinky-grey

+YDK:  metallic, toasty taupe with coppery micro glitters

+Busted:  satin, plummy dark brown

+Blackout:  matte, black

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Naked 2 has more shimmery and frosty shades. Perfect for smokey-eye looks.

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Naked Polishes

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Urban Decay made matching polishes to the original NAKED palette. Literally, each polish is exactly like the coordinating eyeshadow.

I will post different makeup looks I have created using all of these palettes. They are perfect for everyday, in the office, or a night on the town.

Which one is your fav?

Love, LL

xo

6 comments on “Urban Decay’s NAKED Collection”

  1. Hi Laura, yes it would be great if you could do a everyday make up look(s) using those palettes! I would really like that. xo, Vera

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