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The Newest Addition to my eyeshadow collection!!!

Hey, Dolls!

The newest addition to my eyeshadow collection is... The NAKED 2 palette!!! I haven't entered a blog giveaway in a long time and the first one I enter, I end up a winner :-)

I won this fabulous palette in a giveaway from the beautifully, talented Trina from Trina J Makeup. Trina offers some of the best beauty and product knowledge in her videos and on her blog. All of her expertise comes from first hand experience, she's worked at several makeup companies and she currently works as a freelance makeup artist.

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Naked 1 on the left, Naked 2 on the right

The Naked palette 2 features 12 neutral shades, a duo eyeshadow brush and a lip gloss.  I thought the 12 colors would be very similar to the original Naked palette, but; I swatched both palettes and the shades are different in each my opinion.

All of the shades are perfect for everyday wear, they're easy to glam up or play down. I'm a big fan of Urban Decay shadows...they remain richly pigmented and easy to work with.

I had been playing with this palette for the longest time at Sephora, so glad I won it...cant wait to create some looks.

 Thanks again Trina :-)


Miss Dre said…
Hey hey now! I know you are soooo excited about this! Naked 2 is still on my wishlist and I hope hubby buys it for me soon! I love UD shadows too, because they are so pigmented and last for as long as you want them to. Can't wait to see what looks you come up with using this :)
Ms. Viva Glam said…
Girl, I am excited!

I'm still admiring it, I going to do some looks...I want to do more colorful looks because I've been stuck in a neutral frenzy. We'll see :-)
Agent Elle said…
My favorite!!! This palette is amazing. I think I like this one more than the first. UD hit gold with the Naked line.
Ms. Viva Glam said…
Yes! The Naked line is a winner, I'm wondering if they will be coming out with a 3 this year? I heard the Naked foundations are a hit too.

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