Naked Palette

I bought the Naked palette about two months ago and I love it. I think it’s completely worth the money because the color pigmentation is really good, the shadows are really blendable and you can make a lot of looks with all of these colors. Some of my favorites are: sin on the lid, toasted in the crease, toasted on the lid, hustle in the crease, sidecar on the lid, smog and darkhorse in the crease, naked on the lid and buck in the crease for something very neutral, half baked on the lid, mixing smog and darkhorse for the crease. And I love to use naked as a highlight. It’s perfect if you have an olive toned complexion. I have some pictures showing the colors so you can decide for yourself whether it’s worth the money or not.

From left to right: virgin, sin, naked, sidecar, buck, half baked, smog, darkhorse, toasted, hustle, creep, and gunmetal

For the picture to the left: virgin, sin, naked, sidecar, buck, half baked, smog.

For the Picture to the right: Naked, sidecar, buck, half baked, smog, darkhorse, toasted, hustle, creep and gunmetal.

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4 Responses to Naked Palette

  1. Tomiko says:

    I love the NAKED palette, every day I use it I discover more new looks, it’s a great buy!

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