Urban Decay’s Naked palettes are one of the best-selling eye palette series of all-time. They place a range of beautiful neutrals right at your fingertips, all in one palette. I would probably die without mine (dramatic, but you get the point). I literally cannot wait for the arrival of Naked3 ($52)! This version features shadows in the rose gold family that flatter a wide range of skin tones.
These high-quality, long-lasting shadows resist creasing, smudging, and fading (especially when used with UD’s primer). They’re made with UD’s signature Pigment Infusion System™, a proprietary blend of ingredients that gives the shadow its velvety texture, rich color, super staying power and effortless blendability. In short, they’re gorgeous–richly-pigmented with beautiful depth.
Shades included in this palette are:
- Strange: pale neutral matte pink
- Dust Pale: metallic pink shimmer with iridescent micro-glitter
- Burnout: Light pinky-peach satin
- Limit: Light dusty rose matte
- Buzz: Metallic rose shimmer with silver micro-glitter
- Trick: Light metallic pink-copper shimmer with tonal micro-sparkle
- Nooner: Matte medium pink-brown
- Liar: Medium metallic mauve shimmer
- Factory: Pinky-brown satin
- Mugshot: Metallic taupe shimmer with a hint of pink
- Darkside: Deep taupe-mauve satin
- Blackheart: Matte black flecked with red glitter
Also included in the palette is a new dual-ended Good Karma Shadow and Blending Brush. I really like these brushes; my original Naked palette is a few years old, and Urban Decay has been steadily improving on the brushes since then, so this one is probably even better. The brushes are really high-quality, and definitely are not a toss-aside extra that comes with standard palettes. You also get an Eye Primer Potion sampler with every palette. This included all four shades of Primer Potion (original, Sin, Eden, and the new anti-aging formula).
And yes, it will be available for the holidays. It will be available on UD’s website in late November. It hits Sephora, Ulta, and Macy’s in December. Get yours ASAP–these always sell out lightning fast.
Do you have any of the Naked palettes? Are you looking forward to this newest release?
Feature image via Urban Decay. Second image via blogher.