Swatches from the first Naked Palette:
Swatches from the new Naked2 Palette:
-Beautiful brown velvet case with gold lettering and a magnetic closure
-Comes with a travel size Eyeshadow Primer Potion from Urban Decay and a single-sided eyeshadow brush (the original release of this palette included a double-sided eyeliner instead of the brush).
-Contains a shimmery black shadow called Creep.
-The shades in this palette seem to be "warmer" shades.
-Sleek tan metal case with a snap closure
-Comes with a travel size Lip Junkie Lipgloss in Naked from Urban Decay and a double-ended eyeshadow brush.
-Contains a matte black shadow called Blackout.
-The shades in this palette are of the "cooler" variety.
*Both Naked Palettes:
-Include 12 eyeshadows containing both shimmer and matte shades of neutral colors.
-Both palettes contain different eyeshadows with the exception of Half-Baked (a gorgeous gold color that is featured in both palettes).
-Both palettes are a great value. 12 eyeshadows (plus the brushes/travel size items) for around $50 is a pretty good deal.
-The shadows in both palettes are not only very versatile, but are also well-pigmented, blendable, and long-lasting.
*If I Had to Pick One?
That's really hard to say because I truly love both palettes and personally, I find them both essential to my collection (I told you I was addicted to makeup). However, if I didn't have either and was to receive one as a gift, I would have to go with the original Naked palette (but I'm a little biased as I've had more time to play around with the original).
Hope this review of both palettes helps you out!
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