This palette comes in a large rectangular tin. It's very sleek and nice. It's probably a little more subtle than most Urban Decay products I own! It's also very easy to clean (I can't be the only one who cleans my eyeshadow palettes?) I like how sturdy it feels too. My only issue with the packaging is that it doesn't close very well. It has a magnetic closure, but if I were travelling with it for example, I'm not sure it would stay closed. I'd probably tape it up if I happened to be taking it anywhere! It also has a large full sized mirror in the lid.
This palette comes with twelve full sized shadows, a dual-ended brush and a miniature lip junkie gloss in Naked. Only three of the shadows are mattes (Foxy, Blackout and Tease), so if you like shimmer shades, this is for you!
If you read this blog frequently, you'll know I adore Urban Decay's shadows and this is no exception. They are easy to apply, highly pigmented and incredibly soft. I've not had any trouble with fall out from any of these shadows except Chopper which produced the tiniest bit of fall out for me.
The lip gloss in Junkie that comes with this palette is a neutral pink. It's not a colour that I would've gone out and bought, but I have worn it a few times. I actually wore it to university last week and it was still going strong after four hours of wear and a cup of tea. One of my friends asked me if I'd reapplied it without her noticing because she was convinced that a gloss couldn't possibly last that long! It feels sticky but it isn't uncomfortable. It also smells like peppermint!
The dual-ended brush isn't a bad addition either. I use the fluffy crease brush a lot, but I've only used the other side a couple of times because it's a little too stiff for my liking. It's workable if you're going travelling and you don't want to pack your brushes though!
Overall I really love this palette, and I would definitely consider buying Naked 1! It's on the more expensive side, and I don't think I'd have bought if I hadn't had vouchers, but I'm certainly glad that I did! Even my Mum has been using it!
This palette costs £36 and can be purchased from Debenhams.
Have you tried either of the Naked palettes?
Disclosure: I bought this palette with vouchers I received for Christmas.