Shadows in Naked 2 are now housed in a tin palette as opposed to the velvety texture of the original Naked. This makes it easier to keep clean for me.
|L-R: Foxy, Half Baked, Bootycall, Chopper|
|L-R: Tease, Snakebite, Suspect, Pistol|
|L-R: Verve, YDK, Busted, Blackout|
Although I'm someone with warm undertones in my own skin, I actually think I prefer the cooler neutrals of Naked 2. The coolness contrasts with the warmth of my skin and eyes. If I had to choose between Naked 1 and 2, I'd probably go for 2.
And that HG shade I was talking about? TEASE!! I know it doesn't look all that spectacular, but I've seriously been using this in my crease for every look I've done since I bought this palette. There's not one thing Tease doesn't go well with and it blends beautifully with any shadow.
Bottom Line: Amber Adores!
I can't say this is an outright LOVE, because there were a few shades included here that I already had from other palettes. I was also a little disappointed by the pigmentation of Pistol. All in all, though, this palette is one my new most used items and I'm certainly glad to call it mine.
You can find more information about this product on Urban Decay's website. It retails for $50.