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I don’t know if anyone else is aware of this already but it seems that Urban Decay Naked 2 Basics is on its way! After the huge success of the original Naked Basics palette, it only make sense to create a follow up palette in true Naked style! Take a look!
I’m a huge fan of the original Naked Basics palette – check it out HERE with eye looks HERE. The new palette, Urban Decay Naked 2 Basics is described as cooler in tone than the original, and has been designed to complement the Naked 2 palette. There are 6 ‘taupe-hued’ matte neutrals, and 5 of the 6 shades are brand new, all designed to suit a range of skin tones.
The Naked2 Basics features the Urban Decay Pigment Infusion System, which makes the shades smooth, velvety and easily blendable. It promises to be as rich and buttery as the original. Very exciting!
Urban Decay Naked 2 Basics – The Shades
Skimp – pale nude satin (s0 you can highlight)
Stark – nude-pink matte
Frisk – warm grey matte
Cover – muted warm-red matte
Primal – muted brown matte
Undone – deep, smoky brown matte
It comes in the same packaging as the original Naked Basics with 6 full size shades.
And in case you’re unsure of how it differs, I have put the 2 palette shades together.
Urban Decay Naked 2 Basics Comparison to Naked Basics Original
The Urban Decay Naked 2 Basics palette is online now on the US site now for $29. It says out of stock but I am pretty sure that means stock is coming soon. I have no news right now when it will arrive in the UK but we are usually a few weeks behind.
What do you think?
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