#Want to hear about the Urban Decay Naked 2 Palette Dupe, W7 In The Buff Natural Nudes Eye Colour Palette?
The Urban Decay Naked 2 Palette is one of those super famous and much loved makeup products. Not only do bloggers and vloggers love it but the general public are massive fans too and who can blame us all, the palette is packed full of gorgeous neutrals that are ideal for daytime and evening wear for a whole variety of skin tones. One thing that I’m not too fond of though is the price tag of the palette. At around just under the £40 mark it certainly isn’t cheap and quite frankly way out of many people’s budgets. You may be sat reading this blog post, wishing you could try out the palette but you simply cannot afford to, well there is an alternative and that is the W7 In The Buff Natural Nudes Eye Colour Palette. The palette is unbelievably similar in appearance to the Urban Decay product and the shade range is practically the same. The only thing that does differ is of course the texture and the quality of the eyeshadows themselves. With Urban Decay eyeshadows I find they’re well pigmented, apply lovely and smoothly, they’re long lasting and an overall joy to use. I’d even go as far as saying they’re probably my favourite brand to go to for eyeshadows. Now the W7 eyeshadows are very, very pigmented, they’re super soft, a teeny bit creamy and blend out nicely. The wear time isn’t the greatest although you can easily improve this with the help of a decent eyeshadow primer. One thing I will say is that be aware that the fallout of this palette can be pretty annoying. Each and every single eyeshadow that the palette contains is prone to fallout so do keep this in mind when you consider purchasing the product. It is also wise to keep in mind that the W7 palette currently retails at £5.35 on Amazon (Depending on where you buy it, at most it will set you back £9.99) so I think it is safe to say that it is understandable why the quality of the shadows aren’t quite up to the standard of the much more expensive product.
Have you tried the W7 palette? Are you a fan?