The Urban Decay Naked palettes are a holy grail in the beauty industry; honestly, we’re not sure how we’d make it through the mornings without them! And guess what? The Urban Decay Naked Vault is back for 2015.
This new vault has been updated with the Naked Smoky Palette, and it also includes the Naked (iconic bronze-y neutral shadows), Naked 2 (taupe-y hues), and Naked 3 (rose-gold shadows) palettes, as well as the Naked Basic and Naked Basic 2 in mini palettes.
Obviously, this is seriously exciting news. But we’ve got a clanger for you – the Vault has ALREADY sold out, despite not having been released yet. Yep, that’s the power of Urban Decay…
The Naked Vault Volume 2 went up for pre-order at Sephora today and will set you back around £108. Only problem is, demand was so crazy that they’re already out of pre-sale stock. There’s no word yet on when Sephora will restock, but we bet it’ll be in time for Black Friday.
So why are the Naked palettes SO popular? Well, they’re all easy-to-wear, super-flattering, and amazing quality, and guess what… There’s a new palette in town which has managed to top them all (how can it get better?) and it goes by the name of Naked Smoky, £38!! Eeek!
The original Naked palette focused on beautiful golds and bronzes, the Naked2 palette housed a rainbow of cooler neutral tones and taupes, and the Naked3 captured a dreamy rose-gold and pink colour palette. The new Naked Smoky, however is all about (you guessed it) nailing smoky eyes!
Here on the LOOK Beauty desk we’re big fans of rocking a super smoky eye, so this palette is going straight on our shopping list. As with all the Naked palettes, this one comes with a good range of shimmers, pearl finishes and matte shadows – so you can highlight and contour your peepers to perfection.
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As well as nine brand new shades and three exclusive ones there’s also a new double-ended shadow brush – and take it from us the Urban Decay make-up brushes are seriously good – there’s no dodgy sponge applicator in sight! The brush has a soft, domed, bristle brush on one end, that works a treat for blending over lids, and a smaller smudging brush on the other side, great for adding a little colour along your lashline too.
So, if you’re as super-psyched about the Naked Smoky palette as we are then you better head to the website fast, because over 2,500 palettes have flown off the shelves since their launch last week! grab it in store from House of Fraser.
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