Everyone raves about the Naked palettes, everyone has their favourite out of the three (mine happens to be Naked 2) but not everyone can afford these little beasties! At £37 a time they are not what you would call cheap. I don't even thing you could call them.
My favourite dupe for naked 2 so far is undressed by MUA, it looks a little bit like this:
Don't get me wrong, you loose the fancy packaging, the angels singing when you pop it open and some of the durability of the shadows, but it's only 1/10th of the price!
You get the full nude range, from black to light browns, throwing in some misty pinks and a mix of matte and sparkles. The durability isn't great but with a nice eye primer it's pretty spot on! It does have a few more pinks likening it to the Naked 3 palette, but hey, who doesn't like pinks?
So what are the differences?
-you loose the fancy packaging, the eye primer samples, the mirror and free brush.
-you gain a few pinks
-you loose a bit of durability
-You get a dandy free brush
-you get free primer
-you get a bullet-proof shadow case
-you get a lovely little mirror
But when you buy a shadow palette are you really getting it for all the freebies? I certainly don't!
Shadows wise they both cover a spectrum of nude colours, work wonderfully in many combinations, have 12 different shades and are perfect for fall and winter.
So what are the RRPs you may be asking:
Urban Decay: £37
MUA: £4 (I have no words for how amazingly cheap this is!)
Overall both are well worth trying out!