This handy palette has a big mirror and 6 neutral eyeshadows.
L-R : Skimp (pale nude satin), Stark (nude-pink matte), Frisk (warm gray matte), Cover (muted red-brown matte), Primal (muted brown matte), Undone (deep, smoky brown matte)
I think many of you already own NAKED Basics original palette. Let’s compare NAKED2 Basics and NAKED Basics.
I feel that NAKED2 Basics has more darker, warmer shades which are more useful for everyday makeup, but look similar each other.
NAKED Basics has more lighter, cooler shades (especially 2nd and 3rd base shades) which are nice transition shades. However, this palette doesn’t have many darker shades.
In my opinion, both of these palettes have each pros and cons. I like NAKED Basics cream highlighting shades which is replaced to golden shades on NAKED2 Basics. However, I prefer the dark brown shades on NAKED2 Basics to matte black shade on NAKED Basics.
If NAKED2 Basics has the highlighting shades on NAKED Basics, it sounds perfection! Well, I can say that I love both. These are definitely my go-to eyeshadow palette.