The Urban Decay Naked palette has become a cult favorite a while ago. Each of the versions has enjoyed a massive popularity, so the holiday season brings the Urban Decay Naked3 palette in the same recognizable package. As fans of the brand might have noticed, the nice art school inspired bronze case is very similar to the Urban Decay Naked2 palette. The Urban Decay Naked palette features 12 brand new rose neutral tones which benefit from Urban Decay’s Pigment Infusion System, a proprietary blend of ingredients responsible for the amazing blendability, the velvety texture and the impressive lasting power that have made the palette such a huge hit among makeup enthusiasts.
The new tones have a variety of finishes, to ensure that all the needs are properly met. So, whether you crave an ultra-smooth matte, gorgeous pearly or glimmering metallic finish, chances are there will be at least one tone to match your preferences. The new palette features tones that range from pale pink to deep warm black, but that’s not the only novelty the Urban Decay Naked3 palette brings. It also includes a new double-ended Good Karma Shadow and Blending Brush and an Eyeshadow Primer Potion sampler with resealable samples of four formulas, each containing a week’s worth of primer: original, Sin, Eden and new anti-aging.
The Urban Decay Naked3 palette features these tones:
Strange – Pale neutral pink matte-satinDust – Pale metallic pink shimmer with iridescent micro-glitterBurnout – Light pinky-peach satinLimit – Light dusty rose matteBuzz – Metallic rose shimmer with silver micro-glitterTrick – Light metallic pinky-copper shimmer with tonal micro-sparkleNooner – Medium pinky-brown matteLiar – Medium metallic mauve shimmerFactory – Pinky-brown satinMugshot – Metallic taupe shimmer with slight pink shiftDarkside – Deep taupe-mauve satinBlackheart – Smoky black matte with rosy red micro-sparkle
The new Urban Decay Naked palette will retail for $52 and will arrive on urbandecay.com later this month and in the following month at Sephora , Ulta, Macy’s store and online.
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