Naori had long wavy purple hair, and cropped bangs hung over her Konohagakure forehead protector with only the Konoha symbol showing on it. She also wore the standard mantle of the Uchiha clan with their crest emblazoned on the back along with two swords strapped to her left hip by multiple bandages.
While not much was ever revealed about Naori, she had always been considered a kind woman who couldn't see suffering anywhere she went. This was due to her own experiences in regards to the cumulative steps which awoke her Sharingan and, later, Mangekyō Sharingan. She is believed to be one of the few females in the clan to have awoken the latter stage of the Dōjutsu, and thus, was idolized as a powerful female figure. According to some, Naori was quite reserved in terms of her mannerisms. This was mainly due to the actions of her siblings in her earlier life, making her extremely distrustful of most of the men in the Uchiha aside from a select few. These actions also awoke a sadistic side to Naori's personality, which she only appeared to succumb to when engaging in combat with a man that has demonstrated lustful tendencies. In such battles, she will use Genjutsu of a more psychological nature, indicative of the trauma that she went through in such times. Naori also appeared to admire beauty and nature in general. This was witnessed in the floral manner in which her own Genjutsu worked around, which made her an extremely potent user of visual Genjutsu.
Naori's overall past is rather ambiguous, and is hidden from existence. However, what is apparent that she had been born following the dissolution of the First Shinobi World War, where the Uchiha Clan were still considered at the peak of their power. She was a talented female that hadn't been seen in numerous years, and was considered able to out compete her siblings, cousins, and other members of the clan.
At some point later in time, Naori would be at the age where she should marry. However, due to constant fear of her within the clan by most males, and Naka Uchiha being unwilling to marry with her, she was forced to marry with an elderly, and lustful man of her clan, by way of her mother. Naori, in turn, was close to reliving the memories that she had experienced as a young girl. And, considering the bond that Naori had with her mother - the only Uchiha to understand her.
Following these events, Naori's life was mostly very calm. She got married to Naka Uchiha after the war, and settled down with him for most of the years that she lived. Sher later moved to Rain village 3 years ago and which she is currently staying.