Beauty lovers, if you’re still reeling from the news that Urban Decay Cosmetics is discontinuing its iconic, original Naked Palette, then we’re here to cheer you up! After throwing an Instagram funeral (literally) for the palette on August 23, Urban Decay took 50 percent off all remaining Naked grabs in stock. That means you’ll be paying $27 instead of the original $54 price tag! Naturally, the palette is selling out at retailers all over, so you’ll want to snag it quickly before it’s gone forever.
Not familiar with the Urban Decay Naked Palette or why it’s selling out? It’s one of the most popular cool-toned, neutral set of shadows and has been an everyday beauty bag staple for many. The 12-shadow Naked palette comes with a decent mix of shimmers and mattes. Colors range from various beiges meant for creating natural looks to darker pigments for flawless smokey eyes. You also get a dual-ended eyeshadow brush meant for packing on pigment and easy blending.
Check out how each shade looks on a variety of skin tones below:
Wouldn’t the shimmery bronze Smog look stunning as a halo highlight on top of the matte Buck? You could also smoke out your eyes with a mix of the deeper Gunmetal and Creep colors. The combinations are truly endless, which is why the palette has been popular with makeup artists and users who want an easy way to get ready before going out!
Beauty influencers and makeup artists alike have raved about the shadows and “one Naked palette is sold every seven seconds” according to Allure. On the Macy’s website alone, it has nearly 6,000 five-star ratings. Reviewers noted that they love how beginner-friendly the palette is. People who purchased and used the beauty product also swooned over the shades being glam enough to create both day and evening looks. Many revealed that they wear the pigments for low-key days but also special occasions.
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