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Urban Decay Naked 2 eyeshadow palette review

Updated: May 27, 2021

The product description on the Urban Decay website reads:

“From luminous shades with shimmer and sparkle to the smoothest mattes imaginable, Naked2 is packed with 12 never-boring TAUPE-hued neutrals. Expand your Naked range to create even more sultry neutral looks, smoky dramatic looks and everything in between.

Back with some golden-oldies and some new favourites, Naked2 is packed with even more taupe-hued neutrals - including a gorgeous greyish brown, a glittery copper and Urban Decay’s blackest black. So whether you want to create a natural summer vibe or a smoky, dramatic effect, reach for your Naked2.”

I would give this product 4 out of 5 stars the reasons for this rating are as follows:

· The eyeshadow formulas are have a good pigment however they are not highly pigmented therefore you need to layer the eyeshadow colour 2 or 3 times to get the desired effect.

· As with Urban Decay Naked1 and Naked3 the eyeshadow shades are mostly neutral and all the shades are super wearable. You will never feel overdone using this eyeshadow palette.

· The shades in this eyeshadow palette are very stunning for day looks and night looks. It has shades that are subtle enough for day and dramatic enough for night.

· Although there are 12 eyeshadow shades I feel like the range of eyeshadow shades is not very wide and could be wider. There are only brown, grey, taupe, beige eyeshadow shades and one black eyeshadow shade.

1. Using a large eyeshadow brush I applied the shade BootyCall all over my model Emma’s eyelid.

2. Also using a medium sized eyeshadow brush, I applied the shade Chopper all over her eyelid over the previous shade BootyCall to mix the two together.

3. Using a medium sized eyeshadow brush I applied the shade Foxy to the centre of her eyelid.

4. Then using another small eyeshadow brush I patted the shades Verve and YDK onto the inner part of her eyelid.

6. Finally using an eyeliner brush I carefully and sparingly applied the shades Chopper and Tease just below Emma’s lower eyelashes.

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