Here are some photos comparing the packaging of the two palettes:
Naked 2 Palette:
And now here's a closer look at the shadows inside the palettes:
And now the individual shadows
From left to right, Virgin, Sin, Naked.
Sin, Naked, Sidecar, Buck
Sidecar, Buck, Half-Baked
Half-Baked, Smog, Darker.
Smog, Darkhorse, Toasted, Hustle.
Toasted, Hustle, Creep, Gunmetal
Hustle, Creep, Gunmetal.
Foxy, Half-Baked, Bootycall, Chopper.
Bootycall, Chopper, Tease, Snakebite.
Chopper. Tease, Snakebite, Prospect. Pistol
Tease, Snakebite, Suspect, Pistol, Verve
Pistol, Verve, YDK, Busted
Verve, YDK, Busted, Blackout.
YDK, Busted, Blackout.
Both of the palettes include the shade Half-Baked.When swatched, they look exactly the same, but for some reason, the Half-Baked in the original Naked looks warmer, and in the Naked 2, it looks cooler, so it's a very versatile shade.
Here are some looks that I did with each palette. I did a more neutral look and a darker, smokier look.
This is the darker of the looks from the original Naked palette. I used Toasted on the lid, Buck in the crease as a blending color, Hustle as the crease color, Creep as an outer corner color, Sidecar as the inner corner highlight, and Hustle and Creep blended together on the lower lash line.
Naked 2 Palette:
As you can see, both of these palettes are pretty versatile. The Naked 2 has more taupe and cooler shades and the original Naked has bronze and warmer shades. So which ever is your preference. I also like how the Naked 2 has a matte highlight and a matte black color. The Naked 2 has less selection when you're looking to create a darker look. Because my skin tone is pretty neutral, I find that I reach for both of these palettes about the same amount. I notice that in the original palette, Hustle and Creep are a little dry and can be a little harder to work with. If you have the time, they show up better when they are built up. In the Naked 2 palette, Blackout and Tease are kind of dry and take more building up for the color to show. This may be a good thing depending on how dark you want your black to be. It will be a little harder to make mistakes when trying to darken your look if the black isn't super pigmented.
If you have any more questions, let me know!