Tuesday, 7 June 2016

Naked Palette Dupe?


Before I got the Naked Palette I got what was called a dupe for it as the Naked Palette is about £40 and so I of course wanted a cheaper option, so I bought the W7 in the buff- lightly toasted palette.

As you can see the packaging on the Naked palette is nicer. It feels more high-end as it is relatively sturdy, feels quite heavy and has a suede like texture. The W7 one is metal, and feels very light. The Naked palette contains a dual ended brush, and the W7 palette did contain a dual tip sponge applicator, but I threw it away and that is why you can't see it in the picture above. Also the Naked palette contains a mirror which is very handy, whereas the W7 one doesn't.

The Naked palette full view
The swatches L-R: Virgin, Sin, Naked, Sidecar, Buck, Half Baked, Smog, Darkhorse, Toasted, Hustle, Creep, Gunmetal 

The first five shades

The last 6 (sorry I forgot to get the last shade in shot!)

This is a very pigmented and blendable palette and so there is a reason this is a very hyped up palette. And the shades are very soft and buttery, and they go on evenly and has a wide range of colours.


The first 5

The last 7

This palette is actually quite good quality, except the last 2 aren't that pigmented and quite chalky, but they are good dupes! Both the golden shades (half-baked and the golden shade in the W7 palette- they don't have names) are very pigmented and nice, and the first 5 shimmers are dupes, the mattes are a bit chalky and not that pigmented.

For about £3 I think that the cheaper palette is well worth the money! It is apparently cruelty free, and not tested on animals as well. The Naked palette is also worth the hype, but if you just don't want to fork out £40 on an eyeshadow palette, the dupe is just as good.

Buy W7 in the buff lightly toasted palette here:  https://www.amazon.co.uk/W7-Colour-Palette-Lightly-Toasted/dp/B00OTQMHO8

Buy the Naked Palette: 


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