If you’re a fan of the Urban Decay Naked Palettes, the Urban Decay Naked Cyber Eyeshadow Palette is the latest addition to the collection, and it’s pretty unique to anything else we’ve seen from Urban Decay. The last Naked Palette was the Wild West Palette, and now it’s all about the Cyber Palette.
There’s such a massive trend on 2000s makeup, with ColourPop and BH Cosmetics launching Y2K themed collections in the last couple of weeks alone, and the new Urban Decay palette definitely taps into that retro makeup trend.
The Urban Decay Naked Cyber Eyeshadow Palette has already launched in Mainland Europe, and it’s expected to launch at all Urban Decay stockists this coming week.
Just like the other Naked Palettes, the new Cyber Palette features exactly the same format, with twelve powder shadows, in a rectangular, plastic compact and a dual-ended eyeshadow brush is included too.
The Urban Decay Naked Cyber Eyeshadow Palette has the best packaging from all of the Naked Palettes. It has a white plastic casing, but the lid features a holographic motherboard design, which just looks amazing in all of the different photos we’ve seen on social media in the last few weeks.
If you think about all of the colours you see in a holographic design, well, they feature inside this palette. I’ve seen such mixed opinions on this palette, but the swatches (in natural light) look beautiful.
There’s been swatches shared which looked a little flat, but it’s a multidimensional palette packed with duochrome shade shifters, and I think they’d be perfect as eyeshadow toppers, or worn alone over an eyeshadow primer like MAC Painterly or Soft Ochre Paint Pots to really make them pop.
Inside the Urban Decay Naked Cyber Eyeshadow Palette, there are the following shades;
- Meta Data
- Call I.T.
- Not a Bot
I can’t wait to get my hands on the Urban Decay Naked Cyber Eyeshadow Palette. I do agree, the shades are very pale skintone friendly, with no depth or deeper shades, but the Wild West Palette is much deeper, as was Naked Honey, Naked Heat and Naked Cherry.
So I feel like a lighter palette is a great addition to the range, but a couple of deeper shades would have made the palette more versatile, but I’m still excited to try it, and I’ll share a review very soon.