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Urban Decay Naked Palette

What it is:A universally flattering palette that features 12 eye shadows with a distinctly Urban look.What it does:This long, lean, and seductive case comes packed with 12 gorgeous neutrals that work for absolutely everyone. Shades range from delicate champagne to gritty gunmetal, and feature five stunning new shades. A variety of textures, including glitter, shimmer, and matte, ensure that you'll never get bored. This versatile palette can go from office appropriate to a night on the town. The mirrored case also features a new professional-quality, cruelty-free Good Karma Eyeshadow Brush.This set contains:- 12 x 0.05 oz shadows in: Virgin (nude satin), Sin (champagne shimmer), Naked (buff matte), Sidecar (beige sparkle), Buck (brown matte), Half Baked (bronze), Smog (golden brown shimmer), Darkhorse (bronze-plum shimmer), Toasted (taupe-bronze), Hustle (mocha shimmer), Creep (near-black metallic), Gunmetal (dark grey metallic)- Good Karma Eyeshadow BrushWhat else you need to know:The rich chocolate velvet and gold foil-covered case conjures up images of pure decadence.The eye shadows in this palette coordinate with the 24/7 Glide-On Double-Ended Eye Pencil: Zero (zealous black cream)/Whiskey (rich matte brown).
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Question
natural eye or this?
which palette do you think is better this one or Natural eye by too faced?
asked 3 years, 9 months ago
Anonymous
(San Fransisco, CA)
on Naked Palette
21 answers
Answers
answer 1
I actually have both palettes, and my default everyday eye look is a combination of the two. (Virgin (UD) in the inner corner, Silk Teddy (TF) all over the lid, Naked (UD) on the whole outer half, Buck (UD) in the crease, Sexpresso (TF) on the outer corner.) You can achieve such a wide variety of looks and intensities when you have both palettes. There are, of course, a few similar colors (naked/velvet revolver, sin/silk teddy, smog/push up), but I still find it to be COMPLETELY worth it. If you definitely need to choose just one, the best palette would probably depend on your personal makeup style. The UD Naked palette offers a little bit more all-around variety than the TF Natural Eye, but the TF palette has more in terms of very simple daytime looks. BOTH palettes are fantastic, and if getting both is an option, I'd absolutely go for it.
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
pearlyo28
answer 2
i found that the too faced palette was less suitable for everyday wear, even the classic, day colors. it just gave off a oily shiny look. the UD gives a much better, smoother look for any occasion
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
essyalways
(brooklyn, NY)
answer 3
UD Naked palette, hands down. Yes, it is more expensive, but you are getting more colors, excellent primer, and a brush. I don't have Too Faced Natural Eye, but I do own Too Faced Naked Eye, and I regret not taking it back. I'm really unimpressed with the quality of the Too Faced shadows, not to mention the ultra cheap cotton applicator it comes with. Please do yourself a favor and go for Urban Decay.
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
steph1231
(Los Angeles, CA)
answer 4
Personally I would choose this. Although you pay just a tad bit more you get more of a variety. With this palette you can create a very natural eye but this palette also contains enough colors to create a smokey eye as well.
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
makeupbykimm
(Dallas, TX)
answer 5
It really depends on what look you desire. Urban Decay is toung in cheek with the title "naked"; even the description says the palette "won't leave you naked". Meaning: if you want the actual, more natural, almost no-eyeshadow, Bella Swan-type look, then you need matte shadows, which "naked" does not offer.

However if you want, a more neutral, yet glam look, then you will want a little more pizazz to your shadows, some shimmer. Althouth too-faced does offer some shimmer neutrals as well "naked', it does not have the same variety nor as many. Thus, this more va-voom version of neutral eye-makeup is more limited with the too faced shadows while the possibilties with 'naked" are more infinite (plus you get some great eyeliner and a deluxe sample of primer).

Bottom Line: If you actually want the true, naked look, the better value is too faced (remember you still get some glitzy neutrals for nighttime). However, if matte shadows do not appeal to you in any way, then spend the extra money on "naked" and you won't be disappointed.
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
lolaq
(Mission Viejo, CA)
answer 6
I have both this and the Too Faced Natural Eye kit. While the Too Faced kit is very nice, it has NOTHING on the UD Naked Palette which has more shadows, a double ended liner pencil and a sample of the Primer Potion for only a small amount more than the Too Faced kit. If I could only have one, it would for sure be the UD Naked Palette. If it's not available where you are, though, then the Too Faced is a good alternative.
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
dancingdream99
(Toronto, Ontario)
answer 7
I own both palettes, love them both, and use both of them regularly. I definitely mix up the Too Faced Natural Colors though. I've created some of my own looks with the shadows in addition to following the directions for the "looks".
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
rebecca34
answer 8
Get them both. I did. Too Faced palette is more cool toned and chic. UD Naked Palette is warmed toned and sophisticated. Both are excellent values and both would look good on most skintones.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
kindone67
(Terre Haute, IN)
answer 9
Two Faced Natural Eye is great for beginners when it comes to applying eyeshadow because it is totally brainless. They match the colours for you and include instructions. But UD Naked has more variety and product but you will have to be open to trying out different combinations but it is safe to say that all the shades in that palette go well with each other. It is smartly created. Both are good.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
goldindigo
answer 10
I would say both are good palettes, but Urban Decay is better and you get more for your money. However, something to keep in mind is the Naked palette is mostly warm in tone while the Too Faced palette is more cool.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
Hippielove
(Rogers, AR)
answer 11
I say both. I have both and I love them. I use them all the time. Can't say enough about either one. They are awesome!!!
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
shellya
(Buffalo)
answer 12
I say this becacuse there is a larger variety of colors and the shadows are all full-sized and it also comes with a mini primer potion and a double-ended eyeliner.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
stealmysunshine
(Left my heart in San Francisco)
answer 13
I plan on getting both. Actually I already own Too Faced's Natural Eye box and I've used it probably almost every single day and my sis and mom borrowed it too. The first three shadows in there are MATTE not sparkly. It seems like the UD ones are all shimmery or sparkly somehow which makes me think "not natural at all" but I havent seen it close up so I could be wrong. If you want something simple, Too Faced. If you want something that allows you to wear a ton of different shades, this one prolly. IDK how big it is IRL so I cant tell you anything about the size and travel friendly wise but the TF one travels pretty well IMHO.
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answered 3 years, 8 months ago
nozomiwhitewolf
(St. Louis, MO)
answer 14
I own both palettes and like them both. I love Urban Decay shadows (my usual favorite brand) and in the NAKED palette, anyone can wear these colors. Very neutral and versatile selection. It also has a double ended pencil and a sample primer potion. Sleek packaging too! The Natural Eye kit by Too Faced is GORGEOUS! It's less expensive-but not less quality. But, if I had to choose I'd go for the Too Faced Natural Eye but they are BOTH beautiful sets.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
cherie2
(corona, Ca)
answer 15
Not even a question. URBAN DECAY kills Too Faced in anything... I agree with everyone else 1) it's an amazing deal... 2) the shadow pay-off is greater (i find TF to be really cheap and overly sheer..) 3)much better packaging!
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
motokat
(West Hollywood)
answer 16
I actually ended up returning the Too Faced Natural Palette because I knew I wanted to buy the UD Naked Palette when it came out. You get more for your money in terms of product (full shadows, broad range of colors, primer potion, eyeliner.) The packaging is also better on the Urban Decay palette for travel. There were several times I wanted to take the Too Faced palette with me, but its a big thick square box - awkward! Urban Decay's palette is slim and wide, like a large wallet - much better! Overall, the shadows are more unique and gorgeous than TF.... Buy UD!
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
Jackolina
(Chicago)
answer 17
This one comes with so much more, it is hard to find a neutral and still "sleek" palette that comes with a Black also, I have black hair and brows, so I can use the black for my brows too as well as my crease, and all in one palette.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
Shayna
(Anaheim, CA)
answer 18
I think that the Too Faced Natural Eye Palette is really beautiful and very good, however, this palette comes with a lot more, the colors are full sized, a mini primer potion, and a double-ended eye pencil. This one is definitely a better deal.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
bben
(USA)
answer 19
this one!! more colors and it may cost more, but you're
getting more for your money over all:)
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
lizardliz
(pensacola, fl)
answer 20
They are both great palettes, it really depends which brand you like better. This one has more eyeshadows AND a liner, so I'd say grab this one.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
nikinadia
(Queens, NY)
answer 21
I've heard good things about both, but I would personally choose this. I've always preferred Urban Decay's shadows over Too Faced. Plus, I feel this is a great deal. All of the shadows in this are full-sized, and it comes with primer and two liner colors. Also, the packaging on this is much sleeker and seems like it would be easier to take with you or to store somewhere. Hope this helped!
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
demolition141
(Tampa, FL)
Question
How do you wear sidecar without getting glitter every where?
Every time I wear sidecar I have glitter all over my face. Should I do my eye make up first ? Or do you have a trick to keep the glitter in place?
Thank You
asked 3 years, 8 months ago
kennyrae
(San Diego)
on Naked Palette
19 answers
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answer 1
I know you already have alot of answers, but what i do is apply all my eye makeup before my face makeup and after i use sidecar, I take makeup remover and a cosmetic wedge and remove the fallout
answered 2 years, 2 months ago
pinkainger101
(Rochester,NY)
answer 2
The brush I actually use doesn't have any fall out what so ever! Use a dense brush the brush that comes with it shouldn't have any fallout, or apply with your finger!
answered 2 years, 3 months ago
kelly505
answer 3
There really is no way to wear sidecar without getting glitter everywhere. However, there are things to do to have less glitter fallout from this beautiful color.
1) Use a tissue under your eye while applying the color.
2) Use a primer, such as the mini sized bottle of Urban Decay's Primer Potion that comes with this palette.
3) Apply this color before concealer/ foundation and use makeup remover below your eye to get rid of the glitter fallout. This can be helpful when using any eyeshadow.
answered 3 years ago
pandapple6
answer 4
Apply it wet or with a mixing medium, MAC Fix + is the same thing...and Visine eye drops.
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
starshinegloss
(NC)
answer 5
You've had some good advice here. Two other "tricks" - take a post it note and cut a small curve in the sticky side (leave enough sticky that you can "stick" this under your eye) so it will sort of conform to the shape of your "under-eye" curve. Stick the post it note to the underside of your eye and then apply your shadow. The fall out will fall onto the post it note, which can be removed easily because the adhesive is not very sticky, just enough to hold it in place. There are shields sold for this purpose but they're pricey and post it notes work just as well. You can also use Scotch Magic tape, folded into a loop, sticky side out, to "pick up" all the glitter fallout AFTER you've finished applying the shadow. It won't disturb your concealer or foundation very much at all but will pick up the bits of glitter. I hope this helps. Sidecar is such a beautiful colour that I love using but I think we all battle the glitter in that one. Oh, I've heard that using a damp brush also can help but I haven't yet tried that.
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
dancingdream99
(Toronto, Ontario)
answer 6
Sephora makes a fantastic glitter 'brush' that is a triangular shape and made of some sort of rubbery material. I absolutely LOVE this applicator for anything with glitter in it.
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
stillpooh
(Maryland)
answer 7
Thanks for all the help. Applying sidecar wet is the only way to go! I do my eye makeup first. I start with primer, apply side car wet then finish with my crease color, and eye liner. There is almost no fallout this way.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
kennyrae
(San Diego)
answer 8
to minimize fallout it helps to foil the eyeshadow (apply it wet) that way the color really sticks to your lids and doesnt transfer to your cheeks throughout the day everytime you blink.

apply it with a wet brush and use a patting motion. you can wet the brush first and then load up the brush eyeshadow or pack the shadow onto the brush first and then spray with water. *instead of water i prefer using mac fix+ or evian facial spray. ive also heard of people using mufe eye seal or even eye drops.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
prettyy0ungthang
(sacramento, ca)
answer 9
I use a piece of scotch tape to clean the fallout. The glitter sticks to the tape, and that way I don't ruin the rest of my makeup. It really works.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
gg77
answer 10
After using a primer, I use the BE buffing brush to apply the shadow. Before I apply to my lids, I tap the excess product off the brush. The glitter fallout I get is minimal but whatever there is, I pick it up with a cotton swab. Hope this helps!
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
ocshopper123
(Orange County, California)
answer 11
Urban Decays primer is great. And Sephora's own brand has a primer in a jar made specificlally for glitter eyeshadow. It's in a pot.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
shellya
(Buffalo)
answer 12
Hi, primer helps but I have discovered that using a post it note under our eye will pick up the loose glitter, super sticky ones work even better.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
mariposa929
(NY, NY)
answer 13
My 4 steps to avoid fallout...
1. a good primer like Urban Decay Primer Potion
2. a stiff shadow brush for lid/stiff shader brush for crease
3. apply by patting on rather than brushing on
4. with glittery shadows hold an unfolded dry tissue under your eye
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
tattoovixen
(Lakewood, CO)
answer 14
Thanks for all the help. I do use eye primer first. I uses a small flat eye shadow brush to apply. I pat the color on ...rather than brush or swipe. I'll try blowing or tapping the brush before applying. Worst case I do my eye make up first when I want to wear this color.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
kennyrae
(San Diego)
answer 15
Invest in a small kabuki brush, not for bronzer, but to brush off excess eye shadows.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
luckychris09
(Lakewood, CA)
answer 16
I haven't noticed a lot of glitter all over my face. I use the primer potion and apply it usually with one of my Tarina Tarantino brushes. I usually rub my eyes a lot too, so while I'll get glitter on my fingers, I don't get much on my face. Do you use primer? Or do you blow on your brush first so loose pieces don't fall on your face as you apply it?
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
leannnnn
(Morgantown, WV)
answer 17
That's what the primer potion is for! I do my foundation and apply the primer potion then apply the eyeshadow and it keeps it in place.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
peachygirl89
(Alabama)
answer 18
Are you using the primer potion that came with this? It might help to keep the fall out to a minimum. If you're still having problems, you can do one of two things:
1. Do your eye makeup first, that way you can clean up any fallout/mistakes without worrying about messing up the rest of your face makeup.

2. If you've already done your foundation;etc, put an unfolded tissue underneath your eye as you apply your makeup. This should catch most of the fallout.

Hope this helps!
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
killerteeth
(NYC, NY)
answer 19
Me too! I really like this color, so I just do my eyemakeup before my face, put a lot of loose powder under eyes to catch fallout, use a good primer and go slowly.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
sanjav
(Toronto)
Question
Worth the money?
I'm starting with makeup and I really am interested in this palette.
Is it worth the money? I live in canada so it costs a bit more...
asked 2 years, 10 months ago
purpleflower01
(Canada)
on Naked Palette
13 answers
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answer 1
Absolutely! 100%!!! This palette is amazing! The shadows are an amazing quality, and once you try the primer potion, you'll never go without it! Excellent product, and an amazing value (even at $50) for all you get and the quality of the products! Even the brush is great!
answered 2 years, 2 months ago
jackiro
(Holbrook, NY)
answer 2
It's definitely worth the money; however, just to let you know, the price just increased a little now...I got it just in time when it was still $48 before it increased to $50. Well, since their NAKED2 is $50, they probably thought..."why not?" Other products (perfumes, brushes) sometime increase by $5-$10 over time, maybe even more.
answered 2 years, 2 months ago
megumi
(New York City, NY)
answer 3
TOTALY! I use this everyday! Amazing quality and value!
answered 2 years, 2 months ago
frerwin
answer 4
This palette is well worth the money. I use this palette almost every day , and I have hardly made a dent in the colors... even the ones I like the most. I have been using this every day for well over 3 months. The colors give infinite looks, and it goes wonderfully with my skintone. The brush and the primer are a plus. I would buy it again once I finally do run low on the colors...that is if they keep making it.
answered 2 years, 4 months ago
Anonymous
(Pasadena CA)
answer 5
Yes. It is totally worth it!
answered 2 years, 5 months ago
sbetsy
(USA)
answer 6
It winds up costing about 3.67 for each shadow in this palette. I am not factoring in the brush or sample primer, I prefer others. That is about the same cost as drug store, for far far better quality. I do not care what anyone says, you get what you pay for when it comes to makeup. Some drug stare brands are okay, but they rarely if ever beat out their more expensive similar products.
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
quesoluvr
(Bethlehem, PA)
answer 7
Definitely worth the money. The quality and pigmentation of this palette is great. And if you purchase each eyeshadow separately you'd be paying $204.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
oohbaby
(Vancouver, BC)
answer 8
I haven't seen anything like it---I say it is sooo worth the money.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
myndik
(Fort Smith AR)
answer 9
This palette is worth the money. I believe you will be so satisfied with it. Each time I use my palette, I have received so many compliments. I love the neutral colors. They do not overwhelm you and if you are just starting out then this is the one I would suggest. The palette last awhile. Simply buy palette for the summer, fall, spring etc. But I love this palette for the summer. Good luck and enjoy your summer.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
kikidawn
(Boston, ma)
answer 10
Definetly! This is a great purchase, I know it;s a little expensive but trust me, it's worth it and you'll be satisfied! When I purchased it and the cashier told me the total I was thrilled and I felt guilty for spending so much. But I was much happier than guilty, you'll love it!!
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
sillymosa
(Newberg Oregon)
answer 11
It's worth it in my opinion!! I recently got the palette, and it's GREAT!! You get 12 lovely colors which range from light to dark, so you can do a variety of looks - from neutral to sexy & smokey. Plus the eyeshadow brush it comes with is a really good quality brush!! I think the Naked Palette is excellant especially if you're just starting out with makeup :)
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
deannacaribbean
(LI, NY)
answer 12
YES!
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
cabinfever
(Sister Bay, Wi)
answer 13
In my opinion and even with the exchange rate, this palette is worth it. So flexible and utilitarian for looking professional or ready for going out.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
delphinium
(Houston TX)
Question
When will this be available again?
I'm getting married soon and I can't seem to find it anywhere!
asked 3 years ago
myfoot02
(Denver, CO)
on Naked Palette
9 answers
Answers
answer 1
It's back in stock on sephora's site right now!
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
8888
(San Francisco, CA)
answer 2
I went to the urban decay website and ordered it right away. definitely a faster way
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
desireelyons
(ohio)
answer 3
Buy at urban decay website. They actually have the product in stock now (4/3). If they don't have it, put yourself on waiting lists on both sephora and urban decays websites. Ulta also recently got a few so maybe you can check there. Otherwise.. Its paying exorbitant prices on ebay or amazon :(
answered 3 years ago
xtinax
(Miami, FL)
answer 4
Try Urban Decay's website directly, or it is sold from some other retailers as well.
answered 3 years ago
mercyangel
(Pasadena, MD)
answer 5
Just keep an eye on the sight (daily, if need be) and see when it comes available. They also have the option that you can be e-mail notified when it is available, but either way you have to act quick. Once it is available online, check your local store and they may have it also (or tell you when they are expecting it). Worse case scenario, go to E-bay, they have plenty there. Hope this helps.
answered 3 years ago
jojo902
(Halifax, NS, Canada)
answer 6
I purchased my second one off ebay. & I was able to get one that came with the eye liner.
answered 3 years ago
soucekk
(Las Vegas, NV)
answer 7
You should also keep checking the urbandecay website for it. I got mine from there when it wasn't available on the Sephora website.
answered 3 years ago
pandacakes10
(Tucson, AZ)
answer 8
I didn't purchase my palette at Sephora because they ran out but instead I bought it at Macy's. If your Macy's makeup department carries UD you should try there!
answered 3 years ago
julieedo91
(westminster, ca)
answer 9
this is very hard to find. I was on the sephora waiting list for about 5 months until they emailed me that it was in stock and I jumped on the opportunity and ordered it within the hour. You can find it on sites like ebay but people selling them there have hiked up the price a lot, so i wouldn't recommend it. put your name in for the mailing list and wait it out. :)
answered 3 years ago
emily425
(St. Catharines, ON)
Question
Are the shadows in this palette really full-sized?
In the description it says that they are 0.05 ounces each which is the same size as the regular full-sized shadows that Urban Decay sells individually. Do they appear to be full-sized or do you think that it is a typo?
asked 3 years, 8 months ago
stealmysunshine
(Left my heart in San Francisco)
on Naked Palette
8 answers
Answers
answer 1
Yes these are defiantly full size! And it honestly will last you a while. There really is a color for every need.
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
Biktoria
answer 2
It actually isn't full sized, a UD eyeshadow single is 1.5g, while these are 1.3g a piece. However, that's still a lot of eyeshadow and should last just about forever.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
Sapphi
(MD)
answer 3
yes, they are full sized just different shaped
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
lynn907
(GALLATIN, TN)
answer 4
The entire palette is 8in long and 2 3/4in high. Bigger in person then in the picture here. Each eye shadow is 1.5in x .5in so pretty good size. I don't believe it to be a typo.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
ornatespace
(CA)
answer 5
They are most definitely full sized. So value wise, this is AMAZING!!!! The only thing that isn't full sized is the eye pencils and the primer potion
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
nekonat
answer 6
The size is good size. I have another smaller case that is over a year (and I use it daily), and I still have alot. This is an AMAZING value.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
fafa34
(San Antonio, TX)
answer 7
it's not a typo.. on the back of the palette itself, printed on the velvet case, it lists the eyeshadows as each being 0.05 oz. The shadow pans are long skinny rectangles instead of circles, so it's hard to really eyeball it, but they look like about the same amount of product to me.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
sleepingexplorer
(oakland, ca)
answer 8
Yes, these are full size. The bottom of the palette is pretty deep so I guess that's how they get full size shadows in there. The info card that comes with it also says that each are 0.05 oz.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
shebleedsbeauty
(Rancho Cucamonga, CA)
Question
Favorite color combinations?
Just got this palette in the mail, im so excited to get started with it. Only thing is, im still pretty new to eye makeup.
Can I get a few ideas from others who have experience with it? Which colors are you "go-to"? Which color combo's work best together?
Thanks for the inspiration!
asked 2 years, 11 months ago
hmb1015
(Bay Area, CA)
on Naked Palette
8 answers
Answers
answer 1
The greatness of this palette comes in part from the fact that essentially all the colors could work well together when blended (Simply pick a light shade for lid and darker one for your crease for a basic two step look- i.e. Half Baked on the lid and Smog for creasing)

However my favorite look (I wear it sometimes day as well, but it is mostly a look for night):
1.) Sweep Sin on the entire lid
2.) On your outer "v' , blend Darkhorse (going slightly up into the crease)
3.) Blend Hustle into the crease
4.) Line your upper lash line with Darkhorse, then line with the 24/7 black liner
5.) Line your lower lash line with Hustle, then line with 24/7 Black
6.) Finish by sweeping Virgin mixed with Naked (this tones it down a little) as your highlight under your brows

Be sure that when you line with the pencil not to go so thick that it covers the eyeshadow-liner. You could easily skip the pencil liner, but I like the extra drama!
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
lolaq
(Mission Viejo, CA)
answer 2
Thanks so much everyone for your helpful answers! You've all given me lots of ideas, ahhh this palette is so much fun! :)
Every day is a new chance to play with it lol, love love love it.
THANK YOU again lovelies!
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
hmb1015
(Bay Area, CA)
answer 3
For my everyday work look I use naked on my lid and buck on my crease and any of the lighter shimmer ones for my brow bone. Gives you a soft smokey look. For going out, I use some of the golden and shimmery browns... depends what you wear. For night looks I smoke it out with the darker colors. Check out some youtube tutorials they can inspire you... that's what I did.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
iluvmakeup87
(Ft. Myers, FL)
answer 4
My go to daytime is:
-Sin on the first third of my lid
-Toasted on the rest of my lid
-Mix Naked & Buck and put that in the crease
-Darkhorse along the upperlashline
-Virgin on the brownbone

Go to night time look:
-Sin on my lid
-Gunmetal in the crease
-Creep in the outer corner
-Virgin on the brown bone

HOPE THIS HELPED :) !
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
lovesittttt
answer 5
I watch Makeup by TiffanyD on you tube. Shes made 3 to 4 tutorials on using this palette on their very beautiful. From every day to night on the town.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
kimber38
(Port Huron,MI)
answer 6
For every day use, I put sin all over my lid and then hustle in my crease. You can use any color really and it will look amazing because these colors blend in so well with each other. I absolutely love using the gold color in my crease too. I love the color it gives in the crease. Just have fun messing around with the colors. I'm sure you will find a combo that you will fall in love with!
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
andrianat
(New York City, NY)
answer 7
I would definitely recommend using Sin and Virgin as your go-to shades - they look good on all skin tones and provide a flattering shimmer.

I would say the best way to find out how to wear the shadows is to experiment! Play around with all the shades one weekend and see what works. Don't be afraid to mix and match the colors - blending two or more of the colors together is a great way to create a unique look.

Usually the best way to apply shadows is to apply the lighter color on the inside of the eye and the darker color towards the outer edge of the lid - this look is universally flattering and makes your eyes look bigger.

Good luck!
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
hayoungman
(Austin, TX)
answer 8
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answered 2 years, 11 months ago
1877SEPHORA
(San Francisco, CA)
Question
How long does it take to finish this palette?
How long did you use this palette? Did anyone finish it theirs yet?
asked 2 years, 9 months ago
smileismydrug
(Toronto, ON)
on Naked Palette
8 answers
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answer 1
A year. Use it all the time. Just starting to hit pan on sin and naked.
answered 2 years, 3 months ago
quesoluvr
(Bethlehem, PA)
answer 2
I've had this palette a few months now and haven't even put a dent in it. UD colors last a long time, though and are very highly pigmented. Each time I buy one if the eyeshadow individuals, they last me about 1.5- 2 years! And I wear them everyday!
answered 2 years, 5 months ago
avav
(New Orleans)
answer 3
I've had mine for two months and I've barely made a dent in it. I use the "Virgin" white color almost every day (for that glowy look since I'm fair), and you can barely tell it's been opened.
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
Anonymous
(Richmond, VA)
answer 4
I have this palet. I use eyeshadow about 3-5 times a week maybe..? I think this will take a longggg time to use up.
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
aliinicole
(Lakewood, WA)
answer 5
I have been using this product atleast once a day for the last 2 weeks and I am no where close to being out. This one is going to last a very long time!
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
mamma719
(Pasadena, MD)
answer 6
Urban decay eyeshadows are very pigmented and will last months.
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
etaylor
(Lakeland FL)
answer 7
i've used my palette almost everyday (because i'm so in love with it) for 2 months now, and i still haven't hit any of the pans yet.
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
stylekatie
(VA)
answer 8
Iv had mine for almost a year and I havent even made a dent in it and I wear these colors about 2 or 3 times a week!
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
hopey108
(Binghamton, NY)
Question
Can you do a tutorial for dark brown eyes using this palette?
I recently bought this palette but I'm relatively new to eye makeup and I was wondering what the best combination for my eye color are.
asked 2 years, 9 months ago
bri1994
(la mirada, CA)
on Naked Palette
8 answers
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answer 1
I suggest youtube. There are so many tutorials using this palette on youtube. Plus every shadow goes together. that is kind of why it is so brilliant. you cannot go wrong. Some look like they might not go together, but once on they all look great together,
answered 2 years, 3 months ago
quesoluvr
(Bethlehem, PA)
answer 2
...here's the look
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answered 2 years, 8 months ago
rachelchristine
(Houston, Texas)
answer 3
Dark Brown eyes are the one color that really can wear anything! you lucky duck! But, blues and greens are going to be the colors that will make your eyes pop the most! Since this palette doesn't have any of those colors, you can incorporate a blue or green liner into your lower waterline. Blue would make the whites of your eyes appear whiter, because it counteracts redness. If you don't want to do that, a black or brown is fine also. I've attached a look that I've put together for you! I hope this helps!
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
rachelchristine
(Houston, Texas)
answer 4
I have dark brown eyes too. I put either half backed or smog on the crease , virging on the inner cornerof your eye, and Put dark horse on the outer corner. Simple yet not too dramatic. That is almost my daily makeup routine.
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
zjp91
(Bronx, NY)
answer 5
I also have brown eyes and you can literally wear any one of these shades && look fab! But my favorite combo is - Half Baked from the lash line to the crease, Smog in the outer V of the eye, Darkhorse along the crease, blend blend blend!, then I like to use Sin to blend above Darkhorse just a bit, and to finish use Virgin under the brow, and you're dazzling! Hope you LOVE this as much as I do!
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
beautyxo
answer 6
Hello!
I found a BUNCH of tutorials on youtube for this, search something like "Urban Decay Naked Palette brown eye tutorial" or something like that, a lot of makeup guru's on youtube have this palette. Hope I helped! (:
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
bridgeyboo69
(Seattle, WA)
answer 7
You should experiment a little when you have time, it's kinda fun and let's you know what to put on and what not to put on. A good combination for you depends on how much eyeshadow you would like on, your skin tone, and a bunch of other little things to consider, but in my opinion (I don't put much eyeshadow) it might look nice with a little of the gunmetal and then more of the neutral tones, using the gunmetal as a kind of accent.

I tried this on two of my friend with dark brown eyes, and it looks nice, but they have very tanned skin tones, so I don't know how this will look on someone else.
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
ash7279
answer 8
I think it might depend on your skin type. I have a darker olive complexion and dark brown eyes, and here's a combo that I think is really nice on me. A little Sin on the browbone, Toasted on the lid, and Hustle in the crease and outer corner. This is a good daytime look, and you can make it more dramatic for night by adding one of the darker colors, Creep or Darkhorse, to the crease
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
malibustacey80
(Lancaster, PA)
Question
stila's natural eye shadow palette or UD's NAKED?
i went to sephora today only to find (but well expecting) that the naked palette out of stock. across from it i found stila's natural eye shadow palette.. of course i know that reviews for naked are off the charts but my main concern is the pigmentation. any comparisons?
asked 2 years, 8 months ago
Anonymous
(Los Angeles, CA)
on Naked Palette
8 answers
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answer 1
UD makes better shadows in my opinion. Better pigmentation. Easier to work with. They make the best shadows at the rice point. There are better, but they are far more expensive (and not worth it when there are UD shadows in my opinion).
answered 2 years, 3 months ago
quesoluvr
(Bethlehem, PA)
answer 2
Urban Decay, hands down! I'd just purchased this set when someone gifted the Stila set to me as well. The quality of the UD eyeshadow is far superior to that of Stila. I have a very oily face and I HAVE to use a primer. With primer, my eyeshadow is perfect for most of the day but even WITH a primer (UD, Kat Von D, Nars, M-U-F...) the Stila still shifts. I HATE that.

If you don't have that creasing problem, the colors are pretty but I would definitely opt for UD in any case. It's a superior product. :)
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
sylviafromla
(Los Angeles, CA)
answer 3
No compromise...the pigmenting on the UD is AMAZING. Stila is good too, but I went with UD because of the reviews. Use a primer and it lasts all day and no creasing. If anything, the pigmenting it too much. Haha I expected the golds to be kind of sheer, but they are almost true to their color in the palette, which is awesome! They're all wearable, but the greys in the UD are sort of blue...downside.
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
Anonymous
(Richmond, VA)
answer 4
I saw the Stila palette too and it seemed to be something they put out too late to compare with Urban Decay. Most Stila colors with the exception of Kitten have really disappointed me. Urban Decay's colors and pigmentations are very rich and true. I would spend the extra on the Naked palette, once you get it home, you won't regret it!
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
nikzilla
(Plainfield, IL)
answer 5
I have both and felt that I could do without the Naked palette...I was completely wrong. They are very different and the UD palette is just too good to pass up. I think you need to have it if you are a make up fan. It is just so perfect!
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
jaimefio
(Brooklyn, NY)
answer 6
the pigmentation is excellent. I apply the shadows with my finger, and hardly have to use any to get great color. both the matte and shimmer/glitter shadows are well pigmented. waaaay better than the tarte mega-palette they sell at christmas (not sure if that palette uses standard tarte shadows?).
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
bsim
(Los Angeles, CA)
answer 7
i definitely agree. i also have both and the UD palette is much richer, i find myself constantly impressed at how vibrant the colors are and how well they blend. the natural palette not so much- the colors aren't as rich, not as pigmented, i find them flaking, moving throughout the day. i'd definitely go with the naked palette!
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
beachbum5
(Los Angeles, CA)
answer 8
i have both but honestly i love the UD palette much, much more then the stilla one. the pigmentation on the UD one is phenomenal and it has great variety between day and night colors. i highly recommend the urban decay palette ;) hope this helps you
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
macsephoraud
(aurora, ON)
Question
Brush
I've heard the brush that comes with this palette isn't that great. Do you guys just use another brush, and if so, which one do you recommend?
asked 2 years, 6 months ago
Anonymous
(Los Angeles, CA)
on Naked Palette
8 answers
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answer 1
It's a decent brush for packing color onto the lid, but that is all I end up using it for. I always end up using a separate blending brush and a separate eyeliner brush. That is at the very least.
answered 2 years, 3 months ago
paipaa
(California)
answer 2
Yes that is true. Not a fan of the brush. If you are new to makeup, you might like it though. I would try it out to see if you can work with it first. If you are used to those makeup swabs, you might really like it. I personally would go to sephora or a m@c counter and ask what they would recommend. Eye shapes are different. That means what works great for my eye as far as patting on color, might not be the same for you. A great blending brush is always a good option, which translates regardless of eye shape. Look for something fairly dense with a decent amount of give (but not floppy bristles). A lot of companies make good brushes. I would try for synthetic if you are not used to brushes. They stay clean a little longer, and are easier to clean. Translate well with both powder and cream products.
answered 2 years, 3 months ago
quesoluvr
(Bethlehem, PA)
answer 3
The brush that comes with it is terrible. Sephora brand makeup brushes are very good and affordable.
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
makeupnyc
(New York, NY)
answer 4
I love the brush it's soft and applys the eyeshadows great!! I do use other brushes sometimes,but when im traveling i just use the brush that comes with the palette.
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
makeupaddict987
(San Francisco CA)
answer 5
Sephora's smokey eye brush plus a blending brush. The smokey eye brush is worth it!
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
moniquita7
answer 6
the brush that comes with this palette is good for packing color on the lid but thats about it. i wouldn't recommend using it to blend shadow or using it on any other part of the eye. hope this helps.
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
cmb119
(sharpsville,pa)
answer 7
I generally use my own brushes because I've never liked the brush that comes with the eyeshadow palettes, but my Naked palette came with the 24/7 eyeliner so I can't speak for the quality of the brush that comes with yours.
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
stardancer330
(Glendale, CA)
answer 8
its great.. i love it:)
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
mythai555
(MAINE)
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