Urban Decay Naked Palette Review

by Sone
6 minutes read

Urban Decay Naked eye shadow palettes are THE CULT. Any girl, who has spent even remotely tiny amount surfing makeup products, knows what a rage they are. Let’s be honest, they are many girls dream eye shadow palettes. Today I am going to review the Naked 1 palette.


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What is it and who is it for?

An eye shadow palette with neutral colors.





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What does the Brand Claim about Urban Decay Naked Palette?


It’s the palette that revolutionized neutrals forever. Loaded with 12 bronze-hued shadows in an insane range of textures only Wende and our product development team could dream up—including matte, satin, shimmer and sparkle—Naked proves that neutral is anything but boring. From the palest champagne to the grittiest gunmetal, it’s all here. Whether you’re going for a laid-back, beach vibe or black-tie drama, you’ll definitely look better Naked.

Every shade features our Pigment Infusion System™, a vehicle for color that holds tightly to pigment and gives the formula its glide. The proprietary blend of ingredients allows color to weave itself through the Eye shadow formula. What does all that mean? Insane color payout. Sparkle that doesn’t fall. Color that stays on your lids. And a velvety, suede-like smoothness and blendability.

The chocolaty velvet case is emblazoned with the word ‘NAKED’ in gold foil lettering. (Just wait ’til your friends see you pull this sexy thing out of your bag. Jealous!) The mirrored case also includes a professional-quality, cruelty-free double-ended shadow/blending brush AND an Eye shadow Primer Potion sampler with resalable samples of ALL FOUR formulas (Original, Sin, Eden and Anti-Aging). Each sample holds about a week’s worth of Primer!

Shade Descriptions:
Virgin (cool pale beige shimmer), Sin (champagne shimmer), Naked (nude matte), Sidecar (beige shimmer w/silver micro-glitter), Buck (fawn brown matte), Half Baked (golden bronze shimmer), Smog (deep coppery bronze shimmer), Dark horse (deep mocha shimmer), Toasted (antique copper penny shimmer), Hustle (plum-brown satin), Creep (onyx shimmer w/gold sparkle) and Gunmetal (dark metallic gray shimmer w/silver micro-glitter).

Fill Weight: Eye shadows: 12 x 1.3g e 12 x 0.05 US oz;
Eye shadow Primer Potion: 3.7ml e 0.13 US fl oz


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How to Use:

Use like any other hand wash.


My Experience with Urban Decay Naked Palette

This eye shadow palette has a very, very classy packaging, It comes in a velvet felt type cardboard box with a magnetic closure. The packaging is beautiful and a major part of its charm.


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The eye shadow shade collection is awesome, that can give you a day-night look. Each and every color can be used in different ways to create different looks-even the dramatic smoky ones! There are more glittery shades than matte ones. That’s a definite drawback if you are rooting for a no makeup kind of look. The eye shadows are very soft and creamy, finely milled and have an excellent payoff! They are easy to blend and stay on for ages!


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BUT…there is terrible glitter fallout in the glittery shades. It’s not something that is going to ruin your experience, but to me personally it is unacceptable. It’s an expensive palette and should not have any drawbacks! Any day, and I mean it any day –the Lorca Pro palette is much, much better than this one.


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Positives of Urban Decay Naked Palette

  • Good color selection
  • Smooth and creamy
  • Blend easily
  • Great pigmentation
  • Long staying power


Negatives of Urban Decay Naked Palette

  • Expensive
  • Glitter fallout



Overall Would I repurchase and recommend?

I will not recommend this one. It’s so expensive…it should be perfect! I would rather recommend the LORAC PRO palette to you girls!


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