Urban Decay's original Naked palette might be one of the most well-known nude eyeshadow palettes. When it first launched it was quite revolutionary, a palette with only neutral colors? But it turned out to be exactly what the make-up world needed.
The first Naked palette has a brown suede like cover, with the name written in gold. As always the palette has a mirror and a double-sided brush. Do you know how this palette actually was created? It started when Wende asked her team which 4 neutral shades they would bring to an uninhabited island. After some long thinking they came to these 12 colors. Versatile and still all neutral. The palette has everything for a laid-back look to a full glam look - matte, shimmer,...
Virgin: a cool satin light beige
Sin: a shiny champagne
Naked: a matte nude
Sidecar: a shiny beige with silver shimmers
Buck: a matte yellow-brownish color
Half Baked: a shiny gold/bronze
Smog: a shiny, deep copper/bronze
Darkhorse: a shiny deep mocha
Toasted: a metallic antique copper
Hustle: a satin brown, with plum undertone
Creep: a shiny onyx with gold shimmers
Gunmetal: a metallic darkgrey with silver shimmers
For the little look I used Half Baked in the inner corner of my eyes, Smog in the middle and Gunmetal in the outer corners.
Urban Decay - Naked (€51,90)
I get why Naked was hyped when it came out,and still is popular. The palette has everything, some mattes, some good crease colors, a few darker shades, shimmer,... It's a versatile palette and now I only need Naked 2 to fully complete my Naked collection. (Read my blogposts about Naked 3 here, and Naked Smoky here.)
And ooh guys, there is a 'Sin' highlighter in the Summer collection, based on the color Sin of this palette - it looks amazing!
Do you own a Naked palette, which one(s)?