Last month, I had some money for my birthday and my parents and I took a trip to Telford where there just so happens to be a Debenhams. As soon as I got into the shop, I rushed over to the Urban Decay section and basically stared at the palettes, deciding if I wanted to spend £38 of my birthday money on eye shadow. It didn't take long for me to decide that I did in fact want to spend £38 of my birthday money on eye shadow. After taking a while to choose which palette I wanted, I finally decided on the Naked 2 palette as I preferred those colours. My mom was with me as I paid for the palette and I literally thought she was going to kill me on the spot because of the price. She didn't (and still doesn't) understand why I would pay that much just for some eye shadow. But it's not just eye shadow, oh no. It's literally make-ups version of Luke Hemmings.
If someone was to ask me what my favourite beauty product, I would definitely say this palette. I am in love with it. It is hands down the best eye shadow I have ever used. I know it's a little bit pricey but it is so worth the price. Plus you get a brilliant brush with it which I have noticed makes putting on eye shadow so much easier. It's not just the eye shadow I love, I'm also in love with the packaging (it just looks so pretty omfg).
If I was to go with a normal every day look with this palette, I would chose the colour 'tease' as a bit of a base and then top it with the colour 'snakebite'. These colours are simple but are enough to give my eyes a natural effect without looking too plain. Sometimes I might add the colour 'busted' in the crease to give it more of a smokey effect. If I was to go on a night out or if I was dressing up for something then I would usually go for the same colours but add the colour 'blackout'. Just adding this one colour can make my whole face look a bit more older and it makes me eyes stand out a bit more too.
I'm not too adventurous when it comes to eye shadow as I am still learning how to apply it without looking like a mess. When I become a bit more confident with eye shadow then I will definitely try out more colours and more ways of doing it. (Plus it does help that I had weird eyelids...I can't even wear eyeliner because they are that weird).
If you have the money and are debating whether to buy one of the palettes then I would definitely recommend that you buy it. I understand that it's pricey but the quality is amazing and you also get a decent brush with it. I'm hoping to try out the other palettes (when I win the lottery obvs).
Has anybody tried any of the palettes? If so, which one and what's your opinion? :) x