Naked Palettes Review
With the two palettes, the packaging is slightly different as the 2 is more of a nude shade while 3 is more pink. They are so lovely though and made out of some metal like material so you can tell they won’t get bumped about too much and will keep the eyeshadows safe.
Starting with the Naked 2 palette there are many nude and natural shades featuring both matte and glittery shadows. I love these colours because they’re not too in your face so make a nice natural look but you can build up the colour easily as well. The eyeshadows last so long! I was shocked at how long they lasted but it is amazing! Definitely worth the money.
Naked 2 names (left to right):
Foxy, Half Baked, Booty Call, Chopper, Tease, Snakebite, Suspect, Pistol, Verve, YDK, Busted and Blackout.
The Naked 3 palette has a lot more pink shades as well as greys and golds. This palette is so nice if you want to add a pop of colour to your makeup and is so girly I love using it and making myself feel all princess-sy! This palette is definitely better if you prefer pink shades and a more girly feel, otherwise I’d suggest the Naked 2 palette as that is more natural.
Naked 3 names (left to right):
Strange, Dust, Burnout, Limit, Buzz, Trick, Nooner, Liar, Factory, Mugshot, Darkside and Black Heart.
I often use two colours on my eyelids, one over the whole eyelid and one in the crease to create a small smokey eye.
If you’re looking for some new eyeshadows I definitely recommend these as they have stunning colours, they last for ages and there are so many different shades and colours there is something for every look!
I didn’t go for the first Naked palette simply because I didn’t think the colours in it were really me or suited me enough.
They’re also cruelty free so why not go for one?
Have you tried the Naked palettes? What’s your favourite colours?
Until next time.