When I was younger (about six years old) I loved blue eyeshadow, especially combined with red lips and pink cheeks. Fortunately my mom never let me wear it tot school. I have to admit, it looked ridiculous. When I was about fourteen, I loved glitter eyeshadow and glitter eyeliner (in my defense, everybody wore it). Since then I started to appreciate more natural eyelooks. This is why I would love to own the Naked2 palette from Naked Decay. It’s a gorgeous palette with brown, natural shades. I wish I didn’t care it is a bit expensive, but I do. So when I saw this ‘In The Buff’ eyeshadow palette from W7 I got quite excited, when I saw the price I got even more excited. It’s only 8 Euros!
The packaging looks almost exactly like the one from Naked2. One big difference is that the W7 palette doesn’t contain a mirror. I think the Naked 2 palette is a bit more pink and the letters are a bit more brown. The packaging from W7 doesn’t look at all cheap and is almost as pretty as the one from Urban Decay.
The colors are comparable too, but I think the colors of W7 are less pigmented and a bit less pretty. I think for 8 Euros the colors are good though. They do crease, even though you wear eyeshadowbase underneath it but they stay on the entire day. The W7 palette contains 3 matte eyeshadows (a beige, a taupe and a black) and 9 more shiny eyeshadows. The names of the eyecolors are Buff, Camel, Sand, Dust (first picture), Chocolate, Topaz, Earth, Storm (second picture), Silk, Wave, Thunder, Onyx (last picture).
The palette comes with a brush. It has a sponge applicator on one side and a flat brush on the other side. I haven’t used the sponge applicator yet, and I don’t think I ever will because I can’t apply eyeshadow properly with them. The flat brush is okay, I use it to apply eyeshadow along my lashline and in my crease. I think it is amazing that a 8 Euro palette comes with a brush!
So a really good Naked2 dupe for only a fifth of the price (you can’t say no to that, right?).