Urban Decay Naked Palettes: What's The Difference?
With so many options when it comes to Urban Decay palettes, it can be SO confusing to pick the right one for your style. Today we're focusing on the 5 full size Naked Palettes and going over what tones they pull, what kind of looks you can create with them, and how popular they are.
The Naked Palette
Urban Decay's original naked palette is a staple in so many people's makeup routine thanks to it's cool tones and versatility. You can use the deeper colors for a cool, smoky eye or the lighter shades for a more natural look. This is a great palette for someone who looks good in blue/silver tones and who creates a wide range of eye looks.
The Naked 2 Palette
When the second Naked Palette came out, UD boasted it was the original palette's warmer sister, with the same amount of versatility, and that's true. The Naked 2 Palette is for girls with warmer skintones who look better in reddish tones but still need a versatile palette.
The Naked 3 Palette
For girls who love romantic pink toned looks, or girls with green or brown eyes, The Naked 3 palette is a great investment. With the same versatility as the first two palettes, you can create a smoky look or a soft, natural look with the first half of the palette.
The Naked Smoky Palette
The least popular of the Naked Palettes, the Naked Smoky palette is for the girls who love a deep, dramatic look on the reg. It may have a niche audience, but those who have this palette ultimately love it.
The Naked Heat Palette
Urban Decay's latest release that has the internet going WILD. A palette full of warm tones, mattes and shimmers, it's a warm girls dream!
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