Urban Decay Naked 2 review

Urban Decay Naked 2 review TheFuss.co.ukAfter the success of the first Urban Decay Naked palette, they were of course going to bring out a second, and now a third, a smoky line, and a line of Basic palettes too. But we have to admit, the Naked 2 palette holds a strong place in our beauty stash, mainly because of its versatility and wearability.

The Naked 2 palette houses 12 neutral eyeshadows in a variety of finishes – matter, shimmer and micro-glitter – five shades of which are brand new, and it comes with a handy mirror inside the compact and a custom double-ended and full size shadow/crease brush.

Naked 2 is packed with even more taupe-hued neutrals, including a gorgeous greyish-brown, a glittery copper and Urban Decay’s blackest black.

The case has an art-school inspired look with hinged lid taupe metal with embossed chocolate brown artwork. It’s smooth, modern and cool to the touch, it’s also a lot more sturdy compared to the first Naked palette. Much like a pencil tin, the outer packaging is a rectangular tin, with a snap lock top which means it won’t fall open while in transit like the original palette did. It also has a humongous mirror – they have really tried to make this palette as travel friendly as they can.

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Urban Decay Naked 2 eyeshadow shades

Not only are you graced with 12 eyeshadows in the Naked 2 palette, but it also comes with a Good Karma Shadow/Crease brush. Here’s the eyeshadow shades included:

Foxy

Beautify those lids with this cream bisque eyeshadow with a matte finish. Foxy is not a new colour for Urban Decay, it used to be in individual pot form however it is no longer available. It creates the perfect base for any eyeshadow look.

Half Baked

Half Baked is the only repeated colour in this palette as it was also featured in the original Naked palette, it’s not surprising it has made an appearance in this palette, because it was so loved in the first. It’s a golden-bronze shadow that will add a shimmery finish to your lids.

Bootycall

An exclusive shade to the palette, it makes your eyes sparkle. A beautiful shimmery cork eyeshadow, it’s another great base colour.

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Chopper

A copper shimmer with a fine silver micro-glitter, this shadow definitely has the wow factor. Chopper has featured in palettes before and is available individually.

Tease

A creamy pale brown with a matte finish and slight purple undertones, this will be a great crease colour for green eyed ladies, and it’s an exclusive shade to this palette.

Snakebite

Get your eyelids dazzling with this dark bronze shimmer eyeshadow with a metallic base.

Suspect 

A pale golden beige eyeshadow that has a shimmer finish, we think it’s a darker version of MAC All that Glitters.

Pistol

The greyish-brown eyeshadow has a shimmery finish, it’s a new shade from Urban Decay and we can’t think of anything else like it. It’s perfect worked into a smokey eye, or all over the lid with plenty of mascara for an easy-to-do evening look.

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Verve

Verve is a pretty oyster pearl shade with a high shine finish.

YDK 

This is one of Urban Decay’s best selling shades in individual pot form and it’s easy to see why – an easy-to-wear cool bronze shimmer.

Busted

A new, exclusive shade to the Naked 2 palette, Busted is a deep brown eyeshadow with a shimmery finish. It has a slight plummy tone, and would be great for the crease, or run under eye for a smokey look.

Blackout

The blackest of the black eyeshadow with a matte finish, it has really good pigmentation and isn’t too powdery.

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Pros

Pigmented shadows, wide range of neutral shades, long-lasting, easy to blend, soft and buttery formula,

Cons

You’ll most likely shun all other eyeshadow palettes once you have this in your collection

Bottom Line

A gorgeous palette that you’ll find yourself reaching for whether you want an everyday eye makeup look, or something a little more dramatic for the evening. This is our favourite of the Urban Decay Naked Palettes, as each and every of the shades are wearable for most occasions. With every from good pigmentation, long lasting, soft and buttery formula and easy to blend these eyeshadows stand amongst the best in the beauty industry.

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Buy the Urban Decay Naked 2 palette RRP £38.50

John Lewis

House of Fraser

Debenhams

Urban Decay

Founded in 1996, Urban Decay is a world-famous, American cosmetics brand based in California and owned by L’Oréal. Sandy Lerner (cofounder of Cisco Systems) made a bold decision, that if the industry ‘big boys’ could only produce pink, red and beige makeup, and couldn’t satisy her alternative makeup tastes, she’d satisfy them herself.

The brand is supported worldwide because of their decision not to employ animal testing in the creation of their products, even labelling some of products ‘vegan’. Also known for their fabulously bold and beautiful colours, Urban Decay is the stand-out brand for makeup fanatics worldwide; with beautiful make up tools for your skin, eyes and lips.

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