Wanna get Naked Again? : Urban Decay Naked 2 Review

Hey Internet Friends,
I feel like I have done nothing but promise this review since reviewing the Naked 3 (that review can be read here) and because I didn’t want to disappoint you all I’ve taken my time with this one to make it really detailed and really do the product justice. So, are you ready to get Naked again?

naked2.1Just like all the Naked Palettes you get 12 beautiful shades packaged in a strong casing with a double ended shadow brush. The Naked 2 palette was actually the first product I ever bought from Urban Decay and I actually went to the Urban Decay counter to purchase the Naked original palette and the wonderful lady (who now greets me with affectionate smiles) convinced me Naked 2 was the most complimentary to my blue eye colour and complexion.
604214916463_naked2-1The Naked 2 palette is a Taupe toned palette that in my opinion allows you to create both beautiful natural make up and a dramatic shimmered finish look for evening wear.
The woman from Urban Decay was right in saying that palette compliments blue eyes however I feel this palette is so versatile it could create beautiful eyes for everyone.604214916463_naked2_alt2Whats in the Palette:

Foxy: This is a colour that urban decay used to stock in an individual pot and have relaunched for this palette. This is a creamy light colour which I imagined is supposed to act as the base however I find it a little too yellow to work as a full lid base.
Half Baked: This colour is my favourite shade in the palette and the one I find myself using the most in different looks. It is a bronze gold with a shimmer.
Bootycall: Exclusive to the palette and works nicely as a base colour due to the light shimmer.
Chopper: As the name suggests this is a copper shimmer with micro glitter. This is also available individually by Urban Decay and I personally love this colour so much! The only problem with it is the fall down!
Tease: This is such a multipurpose shade, I use this as a subtle crease colour and on lazy days through my eyebrows.  Pale Brown Matte Finish.
Snakebite: Dark bronze shimmer with a metallic finish, Love this for an evening look!
Suspect: Taupe neautral shade with a slight simmer.
Pistol: Beautiful shimmer finish, this is a grey shade with subtle hints of brown. Just sweeping this across the lid can create a beautiful look!
Verve: Beautiful silver/pearl shade with a high shine finish, I love this near the tear duct and just think its so pretty!
YDK: This is a common urban decay favourite and is super easy to apply and wear. Gold/brown/bronze shimmer.
Busted: Dark plummy brown shimmer perfect for complimenting blue eyes.
Blackout: Incredibly pigmented matte black that really is just a beauty staple.

On Skin Examples
Classic daytime look that uses the brown and copper tones within the palette. 
Black, Grey and Silver look perfect for making an impact or a special night out.

My thoughts
As always urban decay hasn’t dissapointed in this palette. This for me is a beauty staple when you consider the amount of looks you can create with this product and the tones and shades used it really is a beauty must have. 

The Naked 2 doesn’t make me feel as special as my Naked 3, its not as girly or as pretty but would I be happy if it wasn’t part of my collection? No. 
I will always repurchase this product because of the true value for money and how useful all these shades are for so many different looks. 
Although, Urban Decay if your out there I am still desperate for a matte palette. Never enough mattes in the naked palettes for my liking. Come on guys?

Do you love or hate the Naked palettes?

What kind of palette would you like to see Urban Decay Create next?

Speak soon,

HollyPop x x


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