With three Urban Decay Naked Palettes now on the market, we analyse the differences between each, and find out which of them works best for your skin tone.
First came the Naked 1, then the Naked 2, and now the Naked 3! And the dilemma began: Which one to choose?
The best selling palettes from Urban Decay – each containing 12 neutral eyeshadows that range from light to dark, and shimmery to matte – are popular for a reason but like you, the thought of having to choose from the three is a little overwhelming. So we had to try them all and share our insight to hopefully help you make the right choice depending on many factors.
Here are our 2 cents on everything Naked:
The first naked palette focuses on warm-toned colours, offering mostly golden, bronze shadows – perfect if you’re looking to recreate a beachy-bronzed look for this summer. The range of colours will help you create a small variety of daytime looks, but would work better as your go-to night out eyeshadow palette. The packaging comes with a flat eyeshadow brush – great for packing on the product. Those with tanned, bronzed skin with a warm yellow undertone should opt for the original Naked.
Pros: Great for summer, night out and bronzed skin.
Cons: Could be too shimmery for understated daytime looks. Better mixed with the Naked Basics mini palette to cover the whole spectrum.