Urban Decay- Naked 2 Palette

It's no secret that Urban Decay makes the best eyeshadows on the market. This is my first palette in the naked series and I'm in love. They are so pigmented, buttery and easy to blend. Paired with Urban Decay's primer potion they last forever.
The packaging is very sturdy and comes with a huge mirror making it perfect for travel. The dual ended brush that comes with it is very usable- a fluffy brush for blending and a basic shadow brush.

Also included with the palette is a sample of UD`s Lip Junkie in the shade Naked. It is a very wearable neutral shade that should work on anyone. It cools and claims to plump (although I didn't notice any plumping). It has a really nice vanilla, mint scent and flavour and it isn't too sticky. I have definitely considered buying the full size when this one runs out.

The palette contains mostly shimmer with some sparkle and some matte ones thrown in. My favourites in the palette include Tease, Suspect and YDK. I was less than impressed with Chopper. The colour is beautiful but it has a LOT of fallout which I guess is to be expected with sparkle shadows.

The neutral taupe/grey based shadows are more cool toned than the original naked palette but not quite as cool as Naked 3.

Each Shade as Described by Urban Decay's Website:
Foxy- Cream Bisque (Matte)
Half Baked- Golden Bronze (Shimmer)
Bootycall- Shimmering Cork (Shimmer)
Chopper- Copper with Silver Micro-Glitter (Sparkle)
Tease- Creamy Pale Brown (Matte)
Snakebite- Dark Bronze (Shimmer)
Suspect- Pale Golden Beige (Shimmer)
Pistol- Light Greyish Brown (Shimmer)
Verve- Oyster (Shimmer)
YDK- Cool Bronze (Shimmer)
Busted- Deep Brown (Shimmer)
Blackout- Blackest Black (Matte)


  Foxy, Half Baked, Bootycall, Chopper, Tease, Snakebite, Suspect, Pistol, Verve, YDK, Busted, Blackout

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