I know you already hear all the news about Urban Decay announcement to welcome its fourth collection of Naked palette series this November. Excited? I am! In this collection, UD has choose a pinkish colour theme, which is really sweet-looking and has a little romantic ambiance on the palette. But while we’re gushing and squealing over the cuteness of this season’s shadows, why don’t we take a look back to their previous collections? If we share the same money problems, well, we shall see if this beauty is fit to what we are looking ! You know, so many things to buy but so little money…
This beauty babe here, is the first palette that UD released. Well, during this time, I have not really pay attention to all these excitements in make up world. However, I have manage to take a look of this collection during the release of Naked 2. I was literally struck at the moment when I look at the Naked 2 shadow palette.. I mean, which girl who won’t drool over a neutral colour shadow palette?! So, I compare those two to see which was suitable for me back then. I was curious since the first Naked palette seems to be every beauty-blogger favourite palette. Having them both on my hands and swapped all the colours, I conclude that Naked 2 is the best choice for me.
The first Naked palette, for me, is too glittery. I want a palette that I could use, both, on glamour look and on the daily basis. I also am not the type of a girl who have a gut to wear a really glammy make up. I strive to look simple and modest. Although, I really like the complexion of this palette. It has a really bold shades, when you try it on.
On the contrary, Naked 2 has a more subtle colour shades.
As you can see on the picture above, the colour in Naked 2 palette seems to be more subtle. It has a really chocolatey, earthy shades.. which is perfect for me! I could use it in daily basis or on a special event. When I want to look a bit casual, I could use the lighter colours on the left; Foxy or Booty Call. But if I want my eye make up to be look a little bit defined, I could add Tease to make a slight smokey effect. Then, if I want to have a bold look, I could always use the darker colour. Even better, the Naked 2 palette also included a double make up brush; for the eye shadow and a blender blush. Perfect!
Seeing the success of those two Naked palette, Urban Decay then made another go with this make up line… this time is for a little matte – still in neutral shades. But I won’t talk much about Naked Basics, since I think this palette is a bit dull. Well, in the previous collection we already have a matte shades… so I think it would not be necessary to buy it. Shop smartly, no?
Lastly, the long awaited review… Naked 3!
Many beauty darlings seems to be a little skeptical about this new palette. I mean, how much do you think you need a neutral colour palette? …right? Or not! Personally, I think this colour range is different from the previous three. It’s warmer, and it’s pink (Sorry, I just really like pink!). So, I would definitely go pre-order this one. Now. Or if you have a little bit patience, you could wait ’til it hits your nearest beauty stores in mid December!
So, have your mind made up, gals? Hope it helps.
Until next post… Ta!