Finally!! Urban Decay Naked Palette

I played with my brand new Urban Decay Naked Palette.  It retails for $48 and is sometimes challenging to get.  Ulta and Sephora tend to sell out of them consistently.  I purchased it last month with my Urban Decay Haul along with my Ulta Haul.  I’ll post looks I’ve done using this palette in separate posts.

The Naked palette comes with their top selling UDPP (Urban Decay Primer Potion). 
Here’s what the inside looks like.  The palette also includes an eyeshadow brush
These next two pics are close ups
Virgin, Sin, Naked, Sidecar, Buck
Half-baked, Smog, Toast, Darkhorse, Creep, and Gunmetal

I swatched all of the colors to give you a better idea of what they look like below.
From left to right: Virgin, Sin, Naked, Sidecar, Buck, Half-baked, Smog, Darkhorse, Toasted, Hustle, Creep, and Gunmetal
Here are close ups of the swatches
Virgin, Sin, Naked, Sidecar, Buck
 Half-Baked, Smog, Darkhorse, Toasted, Hustle, Creep, and Gunmetal

I swatched the colors using my M.A.C. #239 brush.  I chose that brush because it does a great job of picking up color and packing it on to intensify pigment.  When I swatched them on my arm, some of the colors didn’t show up as well as others.  That made me a bit nervous.  I had to apply some of them a few times in order for them to show up as you see it on the pictures.  The only colors that showed up instantly were Sidecar, Half-Baked, Creep, and Gunmetal.  Buck, because it’s almost my skin tone, was the hardest to build up on my arm.  I didn’t use any type of shadow base because I wanted to see how the  shadows worked by themselves.

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