I'd like to preface this by saying that I also have the Naked 3, which this is an obvious dupe of, both in packaging and in color. I WILL be comparing this to the Naked 3 throughout the review, but I bought both with my own money.
The packaging will stand up to a fair bit of wear and tear. Unfortunately the lid came off mine the first day I had it, but was easily reattached and I've kept it in my handbag for quite a while and it hasn't broken again. Not as sturdy as the Naked 3 and doesn't have a mirror, but for the price it's not a big deal whatsoever.
I only kept the brush because I like to keep my makeup sets complete. It has a foam applicator on one end and the other has some type of cheapie packing brush. Honestly I don't use it whatsoever, I personally hate it.
The colors are NOT labeled on the inside of the packaging, but rather on the back. From right to left, those are: Latte, Angel, Venice, Marilyn, Copper Pot, Sun Kissed, Alice, Bad Manners, Coffee Cup, Mud Slide, Tokyo, Fashionista.
I've worn these for 8+ hours with no primer and no issues. They will get a bit muddy after 5 or so hours but they're definitely more long wearing than other drugstore brands I've tried. I'd suggest using the good old napkin trick under the eye, otherwise you'll end up with quite a bit of fallout.
Shades like Angel (a dupe of Dust) are quite chunky. I personally think Dust is a little chunky anyway but the dupe in In The Nude is much more so. All the shades are very blendable and quite pigmented for the price.
Even when using the Naked 3 palette I find myself reaching for the In The Nude palette, using W7's "Alice" instead of the Urban Decay's "Nooner". They're extremely comparable palettes and if you're on a budget or just looking to save money, I'd definitely recommend the In The Nude palette.
Naked 3 is $80 AU, and In The Nude is only $10 AU! I LOVE it and will buy it again if I ever hit pan on all my favorite colors. A wonderful palette for the price and if you're looking at buying the Naked 3 but don't like the price, I'd definitely recommend buying this palette instead.