Urban Decay - Naked Basics
I think I'm the last blogger on this earth who is doing a review on the Naked Basics palette.
But never mind, I wanted to test it properly so I can write my honest opinion about it.
It comes in a very hard compact case, which is combination of a rubber and a plastic, and it is size of a palm. This palette contains a mirror, and 6 eyeshadows, and it doesn't come with a brush. Every eyeshadow weighs 0.05 .oz.
Whole palette was imagined to be completely matte, but it is not. There is one eyeshadow that have a frosty finish, and it is the first shadow in the palette - Venus, and it is definitely my favorite shade for the inner corners of the eyes, because it open the eyes very nicely.
I didn't want to buy the Naked 1 and 2, but this one I did, because it does contain 5 of 6 matte eyeshadows, which I don't have in any palette. This is a great palette for a day or a night look, and I wear it almost every day since I got it.
Eyeshadow do have a fall outs, lighter shades a bit more, than the darker ones. But they also have a nice pigmentation, considering the fact that they are all almost matte.
Their longlivety is also surprisingly good about 7 hours with an eyeshadow base, and without a base 2 hours less.
This palette can also be used to fill the eyebrows, expect the Venus (frosty) shade, of course.
I bought it on the Hqhair for 17 pounds (I used a 15% off discount code) the regular price is 20 pounds and Hqhair offers free worldwide shipping.
I compare Naked Basic with a few other eyeshadow palette so you can get an idea how "small" is the UD palette.
What do you think about this palette? Do you own it? Will you?