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Which naked palette?

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katiegg Fri 01-Jul-16 11:50:53

I was playing with a friend's naked palette a few weeks ago and was really impressive with the colour and staying power of the shadows, and the lovely creamy texture. I promised myself I would treat myself to a palette when I could and I now find myself in possession of £30 voucher smile

But after walking into debenhams, I've discovered that there for loads of different naked palettes! im not much of a makeup follower. blush I've ruled out the smokey one, and probably the basics ones. But which one do I go for? Sales assistant seemed to think 3 was my best option but I wasn't so sure. I have green eyes and fair skin with freckles, blonde hair.

So which one do I go for? Grateful for any help!

U2HasTheEdge Fri 01-Jul-16 12:01:53

I just got 3 and it is beautiful. I am dark with hazel eyes but warm toned and the colours do look great on.

Im now about to pick up either Naked One or Too Faced Chocolate Bar.

Naked 3 is pretty shimmery. I believe Naked one has more mattes.

I have been stuck deciding between which other palette to get for days so I feel your pain grin

Madbengalmum Fri 01-Jul-16 15:05:15

I like 2, and have pale skin. I just went on which colours i liked the best. I thought that two was the prettiest.

MrsFancyFanjango Fri 01-Jul-16 15:10:14

I have naked 2, but honestly..i hate it! even with the primer I find it doesn't stay on for any length of time at all, I spoke to a couple of friends who have it and they agreed with me. So many people love the naked palettes though so I must have a dodgy face confused

Germgirl Fri 01-Jul-16 15:13:49

I have the Naked palletes and also the MUR dupes (the Iconic 1,2 & 3 palletes)
I actually prefer the MUR ones. They have far less fallout and I think the shadows are more pigmented.
My favourite is Iconic / Naked 3 because I like the pinky shades (I have green eyes)
Have a look at the Iconic palettes, you can get all 3 for less than half the price of one Naked!

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