I love this palette. Great neutrals for everyday plus some lovely shimmers to make this workable for evenings and special occasions. Great price for so may good quality shadows. I love the texture of these, not too powdery, great pigmentation, and easy to blend. And not too much glitter! Double-ended liner is nice, but I prefer my MAC Blacktrack gel liner and Stila smudgestick liners to UD's 24/7 liners. Set includes a primer potion, but I don't really use it since I find the shadows last well on my lids without it. I highly recommend to neutral eyeshadow lovers and for those aiming to build up a collection quickly. A great buy! EDIT: I swapped this b/c it was too warm and shimmery for me.
I love this palette....the colors are great and they stay on so well. It comes with a flat shader brush and a mini primer potion. Originally it came with a duel sided 24/7 pencil in zero/whiskey but now it just comes with the brush. I wish mine came with the liner as I would rather have that. Oh well....I still absolutely love the palette. You can really do a lot of looks with it.
Im so pleased I finally have this,I got one in a swap a couple of weeks ago and was thrilled.It was used and had the eyeliner but no potion bit I was still really happy.I loved using it,then on monday I noticed Debenhams online had it in stock.I ordered one as I didnt know when they'd be available again and I never wanted to run out of this lovely palette.It came yesterday and its gorgeous new,I got the brush which is lovely and the potion was a welcome addition.
Im sure I've not used all the combinations this palette is capable of but I'll have fun trying.
Its 10% off at Debenhams online at the mo,I got it for £28 instead of £32 :o)
Yes ladies it's WORTH THE HYPE! Get your hands on this palette ASAP. I've been using this for about 5 months now - as soon as it was made available again at Sephora. I am so impressed with it.
If you're like me and don't wear a lot of eyeshadow but like more modest shades that are good for an everyday look, this is the palette for you. The shades are flattering on everyone and can look good during the day or played up for a more dramatic night look. Not to mention they are highly pigmented and stay on all day looking fresh with the help of the Primer Potion mini that comes with the palette.
AND IT DOESN'T STOP THERE! With my set, I got the double ended 24/7 eyeliner which is about the best pencil liner I've ever used. It stays put all day and doesn't give you the raccoon eyes effect.
Don't pass this one up! It is worth the money and you'll love every shade.
I know I am probably the last one to get my hands on this palette, but I finally got it! The reason why I did not have this in my make up collection is because I couldn't find it anywhere and I didn't want to purchase it online. This Urban Decay "Naked" palette includes a mini version of the Urban Decay Primer Potion and a "Karma" eye shadow brush! The old one came with a double ended eye liner I believe, but I prefer the eye shadow brush myself since you can use almost any eye liner yourself. I love the colors of this palette! At firsts, I was skeptical of this palette even though everyone loves it because I felt that the shadows are so light in color and I tend to get much darker during the summer. But once I played around with the palette, I fell in love with it! This is a fool proof palette where it looks good on almost every skin tone! The colors chosen for this palette is so versatile makes it easy for anyone to use! The colors blend well together and the combinations are endless! I cannot believe how much I enjoy using this palette! This is a palette I would bring to travel because it has all the shades you need from highlighters to a sexy smoky eye look!
The only dislike I have is the fall out from the shadows...It's not a lot, but it is quite annoying when you are in a rush because the fall outs can get everywhere.
I'm having to add to the high reviews for this palette!
I've never used UD before, but was offered a trial in a department store so gave it a go. Although the SA used the sin potion on my eyes, I was very happy with the combination she used and fell for the 'we had over 50 in stock but only have 3 left' and treated myself half-heartedly (at £32). But while walking round the stores I kept seeing my makeup I grew more pleased at how it looked. I have brown eyes and find this palette really flattering without looking 'over done'.
Luckily it was very easy to re-create. I have the palette with the brush (which I will use much more than an eyeliner) which is very soft and precise. I love the mini-potion and will definitely buy the full size when it runs out!
I have read other reviews complaining about the fall out but I find if I lightly wipe my brush over the colour to do my first eye, then dab at the excess to do my second eye so there's no fall out and my palette is left neat and tidy and keeps the colours from mixing.
My favourite combinations include a matt base of virgin or buck and then my uber fav colours are the golden half baked, hazel toasted or soft almond sin. Naked is great for highlight under my brow. I have experimented and used every single colour now for normal day-wear looks except gunmetal and creep. I'm saving them for a smoky-eye night out look.
I would recommend looking at some of the UD Naked Palette tutorial's available on youtube (there's loads!) I have found some of them very helpful in showing some colour combinations I wouldn't have thought of using. I love using this palette.
I'm in the minority here...as I don't love the palette as much as everyone else does. The shadows are pigmented, but extremely soft. Mine had alot of fallout---with every dip of the brush, there would be loose powder from one shade, making its way over to another. I had darker shades mixing with lighter ones, or shimmer mixing with matte...not pleasant. I also had the fingerprint marks/imprints on some shadows, and scratchy shadow brush. My guess is that UD wanted to crank these out as fast as possible and quality control was low on their priority list.
Paid $58 CDN for this and am a bit disappointed.
Canadian Girls living in the GTA, you can find these at select Shoppers locations. Great way to get points on SDM bonus days or purchase during redemption days.
I have been waiting for this for a long time. I went to Ulta and I saw the Nude on Nude by NYX which is supposed to be a dupe. Then I saw they had the Naked palette as well. After much consideration on how much to spend I went with the Naked palette and I am pleasantly pleased that I did. The colors are vibrant and beautifully packaged. The glitter doesn't bother me in fact I like it. I just wish Urban Decay would lower the price a bit. Paying 52 dollars with tax is a little steep in my opinion. You cannot go wrong with this palette. The NYX is good to I did test it out but the pigment and coverage was not the same as the Naked.
I heard all the hype around this and didn't give in because there's a lot of hype around a lot of new UD products. I saw it online and didn't think it was special until I read the reviews of people of darker skin tone. I looked and pondered for quite sometime. The first time I tried to order was through Beauty.com where I had a discount of $5. I cancelled my order and then re-orderd some hours later but it was too late. I had a discount of $7.36 plus free shipping and it was available again some months later. No hesitation this time around.
Now on to the good stuff... I gave in to this because of Toasted, Sidecar, Sin and Hustle. I felt I had to own them. I already owned Half Baked and Smog but more of them can't hurt. I was skeptical of Naked and Virgin because of my caramel skin tone. Let me say this, I am infactuated with all the shades in the palette. THEY ARE ALL FUNCTIONAL!
People talk about the fallout from Sidecar especially, don't care. Its love <3. Virgin combined with Naked makes an excellent higlight for me. Its not too light or dark. It just enhances the browbone perfectly. Naked is also an exceptional blending out color for smokey looks. And Buck, well is the quintesential crease color.
Smog or Twice Baked were always the "go to" deeper brown shades, but this palette offers much more like Darkhorse, Hustle and Buck.
I love palettes that are neutral with pops of color. I was really unsure of this palette becuase I love UD teals and purples especially when included in their palettes. But I had to be real with myself and admit that I do not do pop of color looks often as I do neutral looks. I bought UD BOS III because of the colors and I barely reach for it.
This palette is "Makeup for Dummies." If you are learning or new to makeup, this palette is great because it highly unlikely for soemone to make a mess of their look. Its really fools proof.
I must say I expected more from the brush. The part where the bristles joined the handle was able to turn all the way around initially. I was expecting the brush to be heavier and the bristles to be more dense. It looks more like a concealer brush to me but I guess that design is necessary for shadows that are softer and have more fallout. But it does not matter much because I'm not a huge fan of the glide on pencils anyway so I'l still take that brush.
Also the e/s pans are not all "leveled" to the palette evenly. Some appear to be higher than others. This palette is not cheap to it was a tad disappointing.
Overall, I love it much more than I anticipated. I love all the UD palettes that I own but this one blows me out of the water. I want to give this 50 lippies instead.
Seriously, THEE besy thing I have ever bought. I use it almost everyday and you can create so many looks with just this palette. The colors are very flattering on any eye or skin color in my opinion. The shadows are extremely pigmented and have a smooth, velvety texture. I think there's a fabulous mix of colors for both day and night looks. If I was told I could only ever have this palette for the rest of my life, I would be okay. It's also really good for travel! GREAT buy. I recommend this product to EVERYBODY.