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The average rating based on all reviewed shade(s) in this formula is shown below.
Talc, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Zinc Stearate, PTFE, Ethylene/Acrylic Acid Copolymer, Polyethylene Terephthalate, Calcium Aluminum Borosilicate, Calcium Sodium Borosilicate, Sodium Dehydroacetate, Phenoxyethanol, Synthetic Fluorphlogopite, Silica, Sorbic Acid, Alumina, Polyurethane-33, Tin Oxide, Acrylates Copolymer, Polybutylene Terephthalate, Polylactic Acid, Polymethyl Methacrylate, Stearic Acid, Calcium Stearate, Magnesium Stearate. May Contain (+/-): Mica, Titanium Dioxide (Ci 77891), Iron Oxides (Ci 77491, Ci 77492, Ci 77499), Manganese Violet (Ci 77742), Ultramarines (Ci 77007), Bismuth Oxychloride (Ci 77163), Carmine (Ci 75470), Bronze Powder (Ci 77400), Copper Powder (Ci 77400), Aluminum Powder (Ci 77000), Blue 1 Lake (Ci 42090), Chromium Oxide Greens (Ci 77288), Ferric Ferrocyanide (Ci 77510), Ferric Ammonium Ferrocyanide (Ci 77510), Yellow 5 Lake (Ci 19140), Yellow 5 (Ci 19140), Chromium Hydroxide Green (Ci 77289).
Look Featuring This Product
Based on 34 Reviews, 435 Quick Reviews
The Good: Easy To Apply (267), Long-wearing (207), Great Value (197), Versatile (195), Buttery (177), Easy To Use (169), Travel-friendly (161), Great Gift (160), Creamy (81), Easy-to-Use (42)
The In-Between: Highly Pigmented (239), Buildable (136), Sheer (12)
The Bad: Fall Out (97), Powdery (71), Fades (18), Dry (13), Creases (13), Hard To Blend (10), Hard To Apply (5), Too Little Product (3)
34 Written Reviews
By Clara 3 months ago.
Love the colours, but it's pretty dissapointing, especially for the price point. Most shadows are quite dry and unpigmented, and the 2-3 pink/copepr shimmers are very similar once on the lid. The case though is pretty sturdy and it's very practical to travel with, however i'd rather bring something of better quality with me... I would say it's pretty beginner friendly as it's easy to blend, apply and mix&max the shades!!
By Rebecca 9 months ago.
I love love love this palette. Had it on my wishlist for ages, researching & reviewing the palette and despite the mixed reviews, I bit the bullet and bought it. Fantastic - wish I'd bought it sooner! The colours are right up my alley, warm browns and reds, and the matte-shimmer ratio is great. I can use the more neutral shades for an everyday work look, and the deeper colours on the weekend. The shadows blend really well but without losing their depth or pigment, and I say that as someone who really struggles to get an even blend. The tones are really flattering on me, and despite people claiming that loads of the colours look really similar, they do show up differently enough on the eye to make the price of the palette worth it. I have used this palette pretty much every day since I bought it, the packaging is sturdy enough that I can bash it around when I travel without damaging anything and I would absolutely recommend to other people.
By Katie 11 months ago.
A good palette for creating pink and mauve-toned romantic looks! A great day-to-night palette with lots of pretty pink-based neturals. I do find some of the shades have glitter fallout or could be more pigmented. Similar to the Lorac Unzipped, you can do a day or night look, but cannot create a wide variety of different looks - most of them look similar.
By Maia 12 months ago.
Beautiful palette. I’m a sucker for nice packaging, and warm tones so inevitably I bought this. I’d say an eyeshadow primer is a must for those of you who don’t typically use one already, or if you have oily lids like myself. I wore it without and my shadow would fade and crease halfway through my shift (aprox 4-5 hrs). Please be aware that you can over-blend the pigments off (shades he devil and ashes). Texure wise, the mattes are a bit more powdery than buttery, so fallout can be a bit of an issue. The shimmers however are very buttery and pigmented.
By Jess 2 years ago.
To be honest I think that it was a rip off. It costs so much money and I was expecting it to be all it was hyped up to be but it was: -Dry and powdery. -Full of fall out. -The shimmer shades were barely pigmented when appplied with a brush. -Very over priced Although there were some good factors such as I think the colour choice was good and the packaging was really good. I think that personally if I had the choice to buy this again I wouldn't, but its just personal preference and it might work better for other people.
By Seraphine 2 years ago.
This is a perfect palette to show off green eyes. My two favorite colors are the mattes Nooner and Limit, which are the two most important colors in the palette, as they are both great transition shades. Nooner looks great in the crease. Other than those two colors plus the off-white Strange, the rest of the colors have shimmer. Once Nooner and Limit are gone, I'll have to find dupes to go with the rest of the palette. They really ought to sell single replacement colors. This detail shaved off a star of my review. Some of the shimmers are better than others, but most are very good and easy to use. The one exception is Dust. I have a hard time getting this color onto my eyelids. Very high fallout. There isn't much pigmentation, just a bit of sparkle. They should re-release this palette with a double portion of Nooner instead of Dust. Then I would give it a full five stars. (A double portion of Limit would earn extra credit!)
By Heather 2 years ago.
I like this palette, but it didn't wow me the way I wanted it to. I find the lighter shimmer shades to be rather chunky, and three of the brown shades, mugshot, factory, and liar, look different in the pan but look virtually the same on my eyes. The only shades I really like in this palette are the mattes, which have a really nice formula, but all of them are quite light so there is essentially no crease shades for darker skin-tones. Altogether, this palette is way overhyped and overpriced, I would much rather purchase the Lorac unzipped palette instead of this.
By Jade 3 years ago.
Naked 2, just like Naked 1 and Naked Basics, totally revolutionized my makeup stash when I got them. I now use these three palettes almost exclusively, and if I do use other shadows, there will always be a shade I use from my naked palettes to pull the look together. Naked 2 is my go to for a nighttime look, specifically Snakebite, Suspect, YDK and Busted. Pistol and Verve are slightly too cool toned to work on me most of the time, and I rarely use Blackout just due to personal perference, though I can attest to it being extremely pigmented. Foxy is a good shade for blending out a shimmery highlight, such as Bootycall. Tease is an absolutely gorgeous shade, though sadly the one shade in this palette which I feel is subpar, as it is powdery and sheerer, though I still love it as a transition shade. Half-baked is an odd addition to this palette, as it is extremely warm toned, as well as being a repeat from Naked 1. I really would have preferred an antique gold in its place. Chopper is another odd one out, though a lovely highshimmer shade in its own right. This palette is a mainstay and I would be lost without it!!
By Ash 3 years ago.
This is a solid palette, with 12 shades that are excellent for daily use. It includes a double-ended brush and a mirror. The eyeshadows are not as pigmented as some other brands that place strong emphasis on pigment, but this makes the palette very useable as a tool to build everyday office looks and "nude" looks. It is possible to do more dramatic looks with this palette alone as well, since there are darker brown shades, a glittery gold shade, and a matte black shade. There are definitely a couple of shades that stand out more - in my own palette, I find that I use Half Baked (glittery gold), Snakebite (shimmery brown), Pistol (shimmery grey), Verve (shimmery silver), YDK (glittery silver with a hint of pink), and Busted (shimmery dark purple-brown) a lot more than the other shades. There is excellent value for money here. I do not really use a lot of product in my eyes or build a lot of coverage (or at least, not with this palette). I have had this palette for 2 years now, and use it lightly about 3 days a week. I have only hit pan on Half-Baked, Verve, and Busted. I can easily see myself using this palette for another 2 years. The brush that comes with the palette is not bad, but I would say that the flatter brush is not always precise enough for more clearly defined looks. I use the brush mostly for creating smoky looks, or when I contour areas of my face that need a brush that is smaller than a regular contour brush. I did not have a lot of issues with fallout - the shades in this palette are not so pigmented that fallout is a major issue. However, on darker colours like Busted (this shades tends to crumble more than the others, probably because it is probably the most pigmented shade in the palette), you may want to apply some powder on your undereye area for safety before applying it. Overall I would highly recommend this palette for people who want a palette that can handle both workplace-appropriate looks as well as more dramatic smoky eye looks. It would make a fantastic gift for anybody who likes makeup, granted they do not have the palette already.
By Jennifer 3 years ago.
One of the items I'd coveted forever. But as much as I adore it, I've found (after using it many times), it doesn't blend well with other brands. It also has a little bit of fallout so I've always liked using my finger more than the brush. I don't try and create looks with it when I have a limited time to work on makeup. The colors are amazing and unique, though, so I think it's an important part of your makeup collection. I do love it, I just don't use it every day, like I had hoped I would. Only a minor disappointment.
By Mariella 3 years ago.
I know this has had some pretty mixed reviews but I really like Naked Smoky and, from the first time I saw it, I thought I would. I don't find the fallout to be nearly as bad as I thought it would be (and there's nothing in here that's as troublesome as Sidecar from the first Naked palette - I fell in love with that shadow but could not use it because of the dreadful fallout, no matter how I applied it). I do love the lighter and brighter shades in this and it's nice to have a few mattes to pair with the more shimmery shades. I missed Armor in the first Vice palette so I'm really happy to have it. Combust is a great transition/subtle crease/blending out colour and I simply LOVE Password - that shadowy taupe-grey shade is so versatile. I like the solid, substantial packaging of this. It's similar to that used on Naked on the Run and it looks elegant and sophisticated with a bit of edginess thrown in.
By Magi 4 years ago.
I'm sure if this palette wouldn't be part of URBAN DECAY Naked Line but an unknown brand it wouldn't get so much attention and recommendations as it does. Too many chalky eyeshadows, lack of unique shadows and only 2 with good texture. Especially because we know the potential of URBAN DECAY this is a big disappointment. They could have made it so much better.
By Lorena 5 years ago.
I absolutely love this palette! There is at least one color I will use everytime I do my eyes. Its my go to for travel since it has a very slim case and there is such a variety of looks you can get with just this one palette. There is a slight fall out with the shimmers and thats easy to fix. 1. Tap out the access before using the brush 2. Use an adhering spray or liquid like MAC Fix + or 3. Do eyes firstt before face. That way any fall out that you get, you can easily remove with a wipe or hide when you apply your foundation. The palette is pricey. I got mine when Urban Decay was still selling them at $49. That was still pricey then but now any Naked palette will run you $54. The price has been steadilly increasing for the last few years, if it ever goes over $55.
By Stephanie 5 years ago.
This palette by Urban Decay is just wow! Every time I do my makeup I reach for this palette. I love the warm tones in all the shadows. The only con for me is the fact that there is a lot of shimmers so there is a bit of fall out when using them, but other than that these shadows are so pigmented, easy to blend, and just a great variety of colors. I also love this because it can be used in every season which is great.
By Kirsts 5 years ago.
What can I say about this palette! It is so beautiful. It is not as 'naked' as the first palette however with the colours being neutral but not so much 'I'm not wearing any makeup' appropriate. Some absolutely beautiful and feminine looks to be created from this palette.
By Kirsts 5 years ago.
A product that is well worth the hype! The Naked 1 is truly a "naked" palette with very simple shades that will for the most part make you look like you aren't wearing any makeup. The pigmentation isn't consistent across the palette with some being smooth and buttery while others require a lot more building.
By Sarah 5 years ago.
Ever since I purchased this palette, I reach for it every single day. The pigmentation is fantastic, glides on smoothly, and is true to pan. The colours not only pair well together with others in the palette, but also in conjunction with other colours from other NAKED palettes. Many people call this palette (as well as other NAKED palettes) their HG for a nude eye, and it's no wonder they do. This palette delivers! It's also fantastic for travel because you can create a wide variety of looks without carrying half a dozen different eye products. The only colour I had a bit of time adapting to was Dust, which has quite a fair amount of fallout. A solution that has worked for me has been to apply minimal product at a time, and patting this colour on the desired area.
By Tabitha 5 years ago.
Amazing palette with a wide variety of shades. You have brights, metallics and neutrals so you can easily create different looks. The eyeshadows themselves apply really well and slide on effortlessly when applied using a brush. The texture is quite buttery and smooth. I managed to get an evenings wear out of most of the eye shadows and the pigmentation was never lost. Although the palette is quite pricey I would say its worth the price as you can easily have the palette as an entire shadow collection.