Urban Decay’s original Naked palette: Is it worth the price?

This is a warm toned neutral palette with 2 matte & 10 shimmer shades. It comes in a brown velvet case with a magnetic closure and a small mirror  inside. It has a sample of Urban Decay’s 4 different eyeshadow primers. This palette is everything you need for your day to day basis makeup looks. You can create from simplest eye looks to the most glamorous ones. IMG_2179drtIMG_2178t

The shades are :

1. Virgin

2. Sin

3. Naked

4. Sidecar

5. Buck

6. Halfbaked

7. Smog 

8. Darkhorse

9. Toasted

10. Hustle

11. Creep

12. Gunmetal

Originally the naked palette costs for $54 (£37). As I live in Bangladesh so I got it from Urban Decay’s website via OrderForMe  which costed me around BDT 6400 which was pretty pricey compared to the original price. But as far as I know almost every online shop in BD sells this palette around this price range; more or less.

So now the question is, is it worth the heavy price tag?

From past few months almost every company is trying to come out with their own version of Naked palettes. Makeup Revolution’s  Iconic 1 palette seems to be the closest dupe of UD’s original Naked palette which costs for only £4. So which one is worth trying?

In my opinion, people who always choose quality over anything else, they should go with the UD’s original Naked palette which obviously has a better colour pay off, less fallout and is definitely easier to work with.  And those who are on a budget and not sure whether they will like the shades or not should go with the Makeup Revolution’s Iconic 1 palette.

Pros : 1. Very pigmented

2. Less fall out

3. Universal 

Cons : Pricey

So do I think this is worth the heavy price tag? Obviously.

Some online shops from where you can buy this palette :

1. OrderForMe (Pre-order basis) – UK order

2. Shop US with Panache (Pre-order basis) – US order

3. Afsheen (Pre-order /Spot purchase) – US order

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