I adore this eyeshadow palette. It contains 12 high quality eyeshadows in an array of beautiful neutral, universally flattering colors. Virgin, Sin, Naked, and Buck have become some of my HG eyeshadows that never fail me. I love using Half Baked, Smog, and Darkhorse for an ultra warm smokey eye. The eyeshadow brush is very nice, high quality and a breeze to use. It is expensive at $50, but it is a great deal considering how much I use this palette.
I got the knock off version of this palette by Profusion Cosmetics. It's called Sultry and Neutrals. It's like the same thing! Mine was $5 compared to $40. You can get it at Walgreens or Big Lots. Save your money! They also made a Naked 2 palette knock off that's called Midnight Fever. Also the same exact colors as the Naked 2 palette and also was $5.
Received this in the mail today and love it! Lives up to the hype. The colours are beautiful yet subtle and work really well together. Well worth the money
I would have put a double sided eyeshadow brush like Stila but in all other words I LOVE it
This is essential for every girl. Neutral colours for everyday looks. I love it! <3 I use it everyday. I use it for eyes, and even to fill out my eye brows. Just everything you can possibly ask for in a eye shadow palette. Absolutely love it. I wish the packaging was a little bit more sturdy so I can shove it in my bag when I'm travelling. I do like the mirror that it comes with and the brush is fairly good quality as well. Will repurchase for sure!!! :D
I am at a loss for words for this palette...
I bought it without giving it a thought because I never seen it before and I am a sucker for golds, light browns, and a mix of shimmery and matte all in one package.
Long story short, I bought it before it became a smash with makeup fanatics and makeup gurus!
This palette is very versatile in terms of color use (ex: I use Half-Baked and mixing it with Naked Lunch by MAC for a gold, pinky look) and skin colors. This palette is for almost ANY skin tone, and I am medium-fare. I am a 5.0- NAKED foundation and an NW35 in MAC.
Anybody who is cool skinned or on the lighter side, aim for the Naked2 <3
I will buy it again, and worth the 50$ but I bought Naked original for $35 Thanksgiving Sale at Sephora!
I have Naked Pallete 1 & 2 and they are the only eyeshadows that I go for! All the colors are great and very pigmented. I use Urban Decay eyeshadow primer before applying my eyeshadow. They DO NOT CREASE!! Both works well together. Ideally for people who likes natural, radiant look. You can make it look smokey for night. I use them daily for natural look. I love them! I wish they make more of these bad boys.
I love the colors in this palette! I have very pale skin and sometime palettes have too bold of colors for my skin tone. The makes palette has great colors to create multiple natural looks that can go from day to night so easily! I am in love with this palette and so worth the fifty dollars. The primer that it comes with is so great too! The naked palette lasts for a long time, my best friend has had hers for years! When I use up this palette I will definitely rebuy!!!
Love this so much! I love and own both naked palettes, and the naked basics, but the original NAKED is my favorite and always will be! I love the colors and how you can go from day to night so easily. Really flattering on my olivey-tan skin and mahogany colored eyes. Yes, it's $50, but when you think about it, it's so worth it, the palette lasts forever and you're getting 12 full sized eyeshadows, an eyeshadow primer, and a fantastic eyeshadow brush. That's over a $250 dollar value, considering individual UD shadows go for around $18-20, primer potion is around 20, and the eyeshadow brush I'd estimate at around $16. So worth it!!!
This is a beautiful shadow collection for warm tones. I've only ever used it with the UDPP primer and the sheerest application lasts really well. I would especially recommend this to people like me who aren't very skilled at makeup application - it's hard to go wrong with this palette.
The only con for me is that the pans don't seem to be really glued in properly. I take a cheaper palette with me when I travel because I'm scared these pans will misbehave if there's too much jolting!