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Well look what we have here!

Yes I am one of those people. Not content with loving the original Urban Decay Naked Palette, I just had to snap up it’s sister when she was released last Friday. I even woke up from my post-hospital coma to buy it online!

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Don’t they look pretty together?

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By all rights there is no need for one person to have this many Neutrals but I don’t care

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And my favourite shades.
Makeup Geeks will spot the minor difference in Half Baked (the only shade to make a recurrence due to it’s popularity)

So who else fell victim to the wonders of Nudity?
What do you think?

 

PS thank you for all your lovely messages when I was in hospital last week. They really brightened up my day.

xXx

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  1. I think I must be one of the few beauty bloggers who hadn't bought naked 2 I was a bit underwhelmed. Maybe I should go have a nosy at it in the flesh, that might make a difference!

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    1. haha! yeah its not exactly groundbreaking but there are some really nice differences & it will hopefully encourage me to use both it & the original more as i wont be afraid of running out!

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  2. I'm undecided over naked2. I love naked1 and would like the next one, but do I realljy need 12 more neutrals? Actually I kind of think I do. But I'm holding off to Frbruary so I can use next months paycheck. That's the plan anyway!!!

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