Ever since Urban Decay released the very first Naked, it seems like there has been so much craze in the makeup world with getting naked. I am certainly no exception. I have given into purchasing Naked 1, Naked 2, Naked like palettes from other brands, and the newest Naked edition: Naked Basics.
Let me first start off by saying Naked Basics is very dupable. If you have the other Naked palettes or similar Naked-like palettes you definitely do not need this. But, there are definitely reasons I opted to buy this:
- It's super compact and will fit in the palm of your hand.
- It contains everyday shades in one palette.
- The price is great for being an Urban Decay product ($27; $4.20/per shadow).
- Venus is a satin bone color. It is similar to Urban Decay Bootycall, NYX Sahara, MAC Shroom, Wet n Wild Walking On Eggshells (Browbone).
- Foxy is a matte bone color with yellow undertones. This is also into the Naked 2 palette. It is similar to MAC Brule, Sonia Kashuk Eye on Neutral (#2).
- Walk of Shame is a nude with pink undertones. It is similar to Sonia Kashuk Eye on Neutral (#3), Meet Matt(e) (Matt Smith).
- Naked 2 is a mauve matte. It is similar to Revlon Addictive Palette (Top Left), Urban Decay Buck.
- Faint is a medium brown-gray matte. It is similar to Sonia Kashuk Eye on Neutral (#9), Meet Matt(e) (Matt Gallagher), Urban Decay Tease.
- Crave is a black matte. It is similar to Sonia Kashuk Eye on Neutral (#12), Urban Decay Blackout, Wet n Wild Blue Had Me At Hello (Left Definer), Wet n Wild Drinking A Glass of Shine (Left Definer).
Final Impression of Naked Basics:
- Pigmentation: 5/5
- Longevity: 5/5
- Formula: 5/5
- Packaging: 5/5
- My YouTube video: Urban Decay Naked Basics Palette Drugstore Dupes.
Will you be giving in to yet another Naked palette from Urban Decay?