Naked Smoky Palette That You’ll Love


How’re you guys doing? Not too bad I hope!

But here’s what I think, when life gets busy, it’s easy for a makeup routine to become, well, routine. Agreed! Thankfully, I got some mini haul products I ordered from Sephora recently that I’m excited to share here with all of you.

We fall back on our tried and true methods and take the easy route just make it out the door on time! Truth been said, let’s jump in to Urban Decay Smoky to proof my point or maybe not. Continue reading till the end to find out.


I was given this as a gift. I can’t say enough good things about this eye shadow. I am an eyeshadow lover and this is the best yet. Some of you might know me long enough to know that I’m addicted to all the Naked Palettes by Urban Decay. Not ashamed to admit it (whahaha!)

I was very excited to try this bad boy. Tell you this, “I’m in love with smoky palette now”.


The first thing when I opened the box packaging is the clear casing which has a floating smoky effect with“Naked Smoky” engraved in gunmetal foil. It’s sturdy, streamlined, and doesn’t feel like it’s too bulky if you know what I mean.

Love the packaging and it comes with a full size mirror. A magnetic closure on the clear case, a double ended brush with twelve great color eyeshadows. Nine are new colors whereas the other three are repeats. I really like that it has a good mixture of natural and varieties of shades in this palette.

Included in this palette, there are instructions of 4 different smoky eyes tutorial tips. The instructions are very easy to follow. Distinctive smoky eyes from daytime smoky all the way to nigh-time smoky look.


It’s super easy to put on and it actually stays on all day. The quality is awesome and the outcome is amazing. I think you’re going to love it as much as I do.


Eyeshadows: From most shimmery left to less shimmery on the right

High is described as a champagne shimmer micro-glitter

Dirtysweet is described as medium bronze

Radar is described as a metallic taupe iridescent micro-glitter

Armor is described as a metallic silver-taupe tonal sparkle

Slanted is described as light metallic gray

Dagger is described as medium charcoal micro-shimmer


Black Market is a jet-black satin

Smolder is a deep plum-taupe

Password is described as cool taupe matte)

Whiskey is a rich brown matte

Combust is in a soft pink-taupe

Thirteen is described as a light beige satin and of course

A double ended brush 🙂

Smoky Naked Palette

Click the link here to see the color swatches by Urban Decay for all color skin. Picture courtesy of UD. UD_NakedPaletteSwatches_NakedSmoky

This palette and its colors were a lot of fun to play with. I recommend it.

Available at Sephora and Ulta

Which is your most excited eyeshadow palette from Urban Decay. Leave your comments below.

Hope you find this post interesting and able to help you decide on your purchase.

Thanks so much for taking the time to read. Hope to see you on the next one!

Sharon xoxo



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Hi Everyone, I'm Sharon! I'm obsessed with makeup and addicted to shopping. I love testing and reviewing beauty products and decided to translate my passion into writing blog posts to be shared with you guys. Enjoy reading! xoxo

21 thoughts on “Naked Smoky Palette That You’ll Love”

  1. I adore this palette! I couldn’t wait to get my hot little hands on it when it came out. I agree with everything you said. Great Job UD!


  2. omg, totally loving those colors, especially since I sport a smokey eye almost everyday. I’ve been using my Naked 2 palette for so long but now I’m definitely considering buying this as well.

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