Urban Decay Naked Dupes for under £10?! ♡ // MissBeautyEmily


Hey everyone ♡
So Urban Decay's Naked palettes are hyped about majorly in the beauty community and with good reason, have you seen the gorgeous shades and pretty packaging? However, they are sold for around £38.50 which is pretty expensive when you are trying to save some pennies! 
Fear not, I have found 2 amazing dupes for the palettes at under £10! There is even a dupe for the Naked 3 but I felt it was unreasonable for me to talk about that when I haven't purchased the dupe itself. 

♡ Naked 1 Dupe: Lightly Toasted 
So lets start with the dupe for Naked 1! This palette is basically an exact replica of #1 and it is called Lightly Toasted. All shades are quite dark toned, mainly focusing on different shades of browns. There are 3 matte colours: Teddy Bear (beige), Cracker (light brown) & Lady Luck (medium brown) and then 9 shimmery shades consisting of light browns, golden browns, deep browns and then a silver and black. 
The packaging itself is mimicking the Naked 1 slightly by using a fairly similar colour scheme of dark brown with golden beige writing. 
On the back you can find a list of ingredients and the shade names which all sound very appealing!

♡ Naked 2 Dupe: In The Buff 
Very similar again with the review but I want to be as thorough as possible on both palettes! 12 colours are included in this one, the same as Lightly Toasted and there are 4 matte shades: Buff (yellow beige), Sand (cream beige), Chocolate (medium brown) & Onyx (black). The rest are shimmery and they range from coppery golds, darks browns & light browns.
As with Lightly Toasted, In The Buff has the same colour packaging scheme as the naked 2 by having a brown beige tin and grey writing. Ingredients and shade names are once again found on the back and both palettes contain a brush (but I don't tend to ever use brushes that come with products).

♡ Shade pigmentation & quality 
I admit that I do not have the Urban Decay Naked palettes so I cannot do a shade swatch comparison, however I am going to review and comment on the pigmentation and quality of them instead as I think this is fairly important!

For a £9.99 palette, the pigmentation of the shadows are excellent. I do not find the need to layer them up as a few sweeps of the product creates an opaque colour that can be clearly seen. The shades blend really nicely together to create smokey and natural looks on the eyes and the shadows themselves stay put all day! I always wear a primer on my eyes so it may be worth noting that as I do not know how these would perform without an eyelid primer.
All in all, these palettes are magnificent if you cannot justify paying nearly £40 for a palette at the moment. Of course, in the future I would like to try one of these palettes as they are such a beauty guru staple piece but for those out there that just want some really pretty nude shades then pick up these W7 palettes! 
If you're looking for a naked 3 dupe then try W7's In The Nude palette! I've yet to purchase this one but I hope I will some day soon.

Have you tried these palettes? Do you know of any other cheap, alternative palettes that are just like Urban Decay's? 
-- Emily xoxo

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  1. I've definitely got my eye on the Lightly Toasted one, I've got the Naked 2 but have lusted after the original one for quite a while so this will be a good alternative! Great post x

  2. I didn't realise these were so similar! I've seen them around but didn't think they were that good. Going to have a peek at them next time! x

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  3. I've debated on picking these up for so long, definitely going to try them out now! Can't believe how affordable these are compared to Urban Decay's palettes.




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