The Naked 2 Palette | Urban Decay







I actually managed to land a place on the Musical Theatre (Triple Threat) Course at Chichester University and I still can't get my head around the fact that it means come septemeber I will be going to uni, whaaaaat. Two years ago I didn't even get round to logging on to ucas before having a meltdown about it all, so it's safe to say I'm pretty darn happy right now. Another person who is just as bloody happy/relieved is my wonderful mother who surprised me with the Naked 2 Palette to celebrate.

Having already owned the Naked 1, 3 and basics, I knew I would be just as obsessed with the 2. The neutral shades are much cooler in tones in comparison to the Naked 1 which is very different to what I usually go for, never the less the colours are just as insanely beautiful and pigmented. My favourite shades so far are Bootycall, Toasted, YDK and Blackout - the most intense matte black eyeshadow I have ever used.

I was pleasantly surprised at how versatile this palette is despite not having a brown transition shade, the shade Toasted works just as well bringing a slight hint of colour to the crease instead of a traditional brown. This Naked 2 is perfect for events/ night out make-up, with all the stunning metallic colours you could ever dream of swishing across the lid, however it can just as easily be worn throughout the day time if you stick to the shades towards the left side of the palette. 

In the images above I'm wearing foxy all over lid, up to the brow. YDK across the lid, Toasted in the crease, Busted to deepen the outter corner and Bootycall in the inner corner to highlight. To thicken my lashes I'm wearing Blackout stamped into the lashline and softly blended out. 

Liv | Deliciously-Floral