Naked Palette Review

Hey everyone, as some of may know if you read my what I got for my birthday post, I got the original Naked palette for my birthday. Today, I thought I would do a little review for you all and then in a couple of weeks, I'm going to be doing a tutorial with the palette, so stay tuned for that. Thank you so much for reading, and I will see you all very, very soon. xx







First off, I want to say how much I love this palette, it is incredible! The quality is amazing! All of the shades are super pigmented but there is barely any fall out which is actually really good compared to other palettes such as La Palette Nude which has a fair amount of fall amount. I still recommend doing your eye shadow before your base make up just to save any issues.

Another good thing about this palette is - it's so durable. If I put this on in the morning with an eye primer, it sticks all day. I haven't actually tried this without an eye primer but from the quality of the product, I'm guessing it would be okay.

In the palette, there is a wide range of colours, ranging from the highlight shade (Virgin) to a metallic black (Creep). This palette's shades are mainly bronze, gold shades. Naked 2 is based on taupe shades, Naked 3 is rose shades and Naked Smoky is based on smoky shades - I got the original as none of the other palettes would have suited me that well.

This palette is also so good to travel with. When not in the box, it's really quite thin which is amazing. It also comes with a fairly big built in mirror in the top section of the palette and a double ended brush which is actually quite good. The palette has 12 shades so all you would need to take with you was the palette and you would be good to go. There is 10 shimmer shades and 2 matte. The 2 matte shades are brown toned so you could use them for your eyebrows. Naked would be good for dark blonde/light brown brows and Buck would be good for medium brown brows.

The only downside to this product is the price. Personally, I think it's worth the money but other people think it's ridiculous. However, there are many high street dupes on the market that you could try before splashing out the whole £38.50 on it.

Thank you so much for reading, and I will see you all very very soon,

Love Lou
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  1. Such pretty hues- I love it!

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  2. Wow this palette is beautiful, I've always loved the look of the first Naked palette! Great post xxx

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    1. Thank you! It's definitely worth the money!

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  3. Did you get a primer with it? I'm asking because I've recently bought Naked palette from a site I trusted and it didn't come with the primer. Some people online say that if it doesn't come with the primer, then it must be fake :(

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    1. No don't worry, it's not fake. I went into Debenhams and brought one from the urban decay counter and mine didn't come with a primer. People just like saying that to make people panic! Xxx

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    2. Good to know, thanks for the reply :) xxx

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