Naked 2: 3 Days 3 Ways

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The Urban Decay Naked 2 Palette landed in my lap last Christmas. And like all other beautiful palettes and pricey makeup it stayed safe within my drawers for months and months and only came out for special occasions. On a recent clear out and organize of the drawers I decided to stop being silly. Whats the point in having an awesome palette if I never use it? I decided then and there to pull out my Naked 2 Palette on a regular basis, and that’s just what I’ve been doing. Last week I used it every single day, and the great thing about it is you can create a different look each day of the week. With 12 different shades, the Urban Decay Naked original, 2, and 3 are some of the most diverse palettes out there. Here are 3 of the looks I created that I really loved.

1. Want a good smokey eyed look? Here I used Suspect all over the lid, Snakebite in the crease, and Busted in the outer corner.

2. A good daily work face. For the second look I created a silvery shadow with Foxy all over the lid, Verve in the outer corner and used Blackout to smudge out the corners before some winged liner.

3. For a more professional look on an interview day I used Bootycall all over the lid and Suspect in the outer corner.

There are endless possibilities and many days worth of options in all of the Urban Decay Naked Palettes. What are your favourite combinations?

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3 comments

  1. I own all three of the UD Naked palettes and this is probably the least used in my collection. You have inspired me to try some of these looks and maybe create a similar post so I stick to using it. Hope you don’t mind!

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    1. Of course! That’s the way to get inspiration. I love sharing ideas for blog posts – lord knows I’m always looking for new ideas! Glad you like it and thanks for reading!

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      1. Thanks! I know exactly what you mean it’s hard sometimes to think of unique blog post. I absolutely love this concept and it’s a great way to use a palette that has been collecting dust for a while. It’s my pleasure your blog is such a great place and I love checking out your new post :)

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