Urban Decay Says Smoke ‘Em If You Got ‘Em

As a follow-up to their cult favorite Naked and Naked2 eyeshadow palettes, Urban Decay has just released Smoked ($49), a brand-new palette that ventures to the dark side. Where Naked & Naked2 contained mostly nudes and pale hues with a few darker shades thrown in, Smoked contains exactly what you’d think: deep, rich, pigment-loaded shadows made for perfecting the smoky eye.

The palette contains 10 shadows, 2 of which are pale nudes to create a base or highlight the inner corners of the eyes. The rest are variations on black, charcoal, eggplant, brown, and deep green, which lend themselves to a variety of looks.

Click through for photos of the shadows.

All shadows are pictured left to right.
Kinky: matte soft ivory. Freestyle: pale peach

Barlust: Deep metallic golden brown. Rockstar: Shimmery deep purple

Evidence: Rich shimmery navy. Asphalt: metallic gunmetal with silver shimmer.

Loaded: Metallic, shimmery deep emerald. Backdoor: matte dark brown

Mushroom: warm shimmery grey. Blackout: pure matte black

The debut palette comes with a full-size 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil in Perversion (blackest black), which retails for $18. It also includes a travel size of Eyeshadow Primer Potion in original. UD also changed up the palette design from the Naked packaging, and instead housed these shadows in a zippered, mirrored case with debossed artwork on the front.

What do you think of these smoky shadows? Did you purchase either of the Naked palettes, and will you pick up Smoked?

Images via Urban Decay

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