Tuesday, January 10th, 2012

If you were using Urban Decay Naked 2 Eyeshadow Palette, how would you wear it?

What products would you use? Where would you wear it? Would it be the star of the look? Create a look using whatever you want, as long as you include today’s look book product!

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22 thoughts on “How would you wear Urban Decay Naked 2 Eyeshadow Palette?

  1. I actually pair the shades with a lot of the colors from the original naked palette. They really complement each other well.

  2. Emily

    For a really simple, everyday look I like to use Nyx’s milk pencil as a base and then use bootycall all over the lid. Then I blend Tease into the crease and outer V. If needed i used Naked from UDNaked1 to blend out Tease even more. Highlight with bootycall if desired on the brow bone/inner corner.

  3. Ang

    Today I’m wearing Bootycall on the inner corner of my lid for a little brightening action, with Suspect all over the lid with a tiiiiiny bit of Snakebite in the corner for a little definition&”smoke” with Tease blended into the corner.

    I like Suspect, YDK and Busted together as well. :)

  4. Galia

    FOXY as a wash, CHOPPER as the lid color, TEASE in the crease,and BUSTED in the lower lash line.

  5. Sam

    I did a really pretty gold/bronze smokey eye the other day using a black eyeliner as a color base, Half Baked on the ball of my lid, Suspect on the inner third of my lid, Snakebite on the outter third and blended up into my crease, and Blackout to deepend the outter-most V. I took Suspect all the way under my eyes, Snakebite about half way, and Blackout blended in between my lower lashes :) Foxy was my brow highlight.

  6. Amanda

    I’ve created 2 looks so far with this palette.

    First look: I used MAC paint pot Nubile as a base. Then used Suspect on the lid, busted in the outer >, and creased tease.

    Second look: I used MAC Big Bounce Shadow as a base in Reward Yourself. Then Used Bootycall as a Highlight, Chopper on the lid, and MAC Spectacle Of Yourself in the crease. Was really a beautiful look.

  7. I wear it EVERY single day since I bought. I have several palettes from Christmas I haven’t even touched because I bought this one..

  8. shelly

    I did a look recently with this palette. Verve on the lid, Pistol for the outer half/outer third, Blackout to intensify in the outer V, blended out with a bit more Pistol. (If I were doing it again, I’d have used NYX Jumbo Pencil in Milk as a base under Verve; it didn’t seem to be very pigmented on my lids.)

  9. I did a couple of looks here http://blushingnoir.blogspot.com/2012/01/urban-decay-naked2-palette-swatches.html

    I love how you can take three shades side by side in the palette and make a look. I love it when products are easy 😉

  10. I’m actually wearing it today! I put a Laura Mercier cream metallic eyeshadow on as a base, with Suspect on the lid, Snakebite in the crease, and Busted in the outer corner and Blackout for liner. For blush, I wore a peachy mousse blush by L’Oreal, and for lipstick I wore Power (soft red) gloss by Boots No. 7.

  11. Jordan

    Tease in the crease, Suspect as an allover eyelid color, snakebite in the outer corner or outer third, busted on the lower lash line, foxy as a browbone highlight, and bootycall as a highlight in the inner corner.

  12. Vanessa Garcia

    I used UD primer Potion,Foxy mix with bootycall as a highligh, Chopper on my lid, Snakenite for my crease. Then I apply blackout in the outer V to give a smooky eye look :)

  13. I combined busted, snakebite and bootycall
    Then experimented topping it again with other colors from the palette:


    Colors complement each other 😀

  14. Sam

    Christine, my YDK popped out earlier today because of the cluncky packaging :( any recommendations on how to secure it back in?

  15. Mel

    I actually used this palette last night when I went to dinner with my parents.

    I used TFSI, MAC Woodwinked on the lid, extending it outward, Half Baked in the crease and over the brow bone, and Blackout in the outer v, deepening the crease and blending it upward toward the end of the brow, then used the pale ivory/ gold shade in the KVD True Romance palette(I don’t remember the name) as a highlight. The look turned out really pretty for a glam gold smoky eye.

  16. Hilary♥

    I haven’t actually bought this palette yet and I don’t really know if I will. I love nude colors and the first Naked Palette is amazing and I love it… not too convinced about this new one though. :/ What do you girls suggest? Should I go for it?

  17. Teresa

    Using Painterly PP by MAC as a primer instead of UDPP, I feel like it’s more tacky so the nude colors pop more on my skin, I like to pat Suspect all over the lid and pop Pistol into the crease and outer corner of the lid. Also use Busted for the outer V.

  18. Laura

    I’ve worn it twice so far. Look one:

    MAC Bare Study Paint Pot
    Verve on the lid
    Bootycall in the inner corner
    Pistol in the crease and outer corner
    Blackout in the outer v
    MAC Creamy Bisque to highlight

    I used MAC Mocha blush and Perfect Topping MSF on the cheeks, and MAC Dervish lip pencil topped with the Urban Decay gloss that came with the palette.

    Look 2:

    MAC Nubile Paint Po
    Suspect on lid
    Bootycall in inner corner
    Busted in crease and outer corner
    Foxy to highlight with a touch of Bootycall just on the browbone

    I used MAC Stereo Rose MSF and Snowglobe beauty powder, and on the lips I wore MAC Offshoot lipstick with Viva Glam V gloss.

  19. Domnique Fort

    I took Darkhorse and sin and since today is St-Patrick’s day I put some oilve green on my lid.Came out pretty cute.