Big news! There’s another new Naked Palette from Urban Decay; meet the new Urban Decay Naked Ultraviolet Eyeshadow Palette. I’ve been an Urban Decay fan for at least ten years, and I own every single one of their Naked Palettes, so I’m always excited whenever they launch a new version, and it has launched right here.
Urban Decay Naked Ultraviolet Eyeshadow Palette
The Urban Decay Naked Palettes have a massive cult following, and there’s always massive hype whenever they launch another. In the last two years we’ve seen the launch of the Naked Cherry Palette and the Naked Honey Palette, and now the Urban Decay Naked Ultraviolet Eyeshadow Palette is the newest in the Naked family.
“SUPERCHARGED PURPLE NEUTRALS FOR ALL.
Purple has been Urban Decay’s signature since day one, so we’re bringing you wildly wearable shades with the new Naked Ultraviolet Eyeshadow Palette. Our supercharged lineup is designed to look good on everyone – these 12 intensely pigmented mattes, metallics, and holographic shimmers are a lucid dream come to life. Add a versatile pop of purple to every eyeshadow look, from soft to bold. It’s time to experiment with this futuristic mix of peachy neutrals, trippy lilacs, magnetic violets and blacklight purples.” – Urban Decay
This new Urban Decay Naked Ultraviolet Eyeshadow Palette has a very obvious purple theme, which is giving me serious retro Urban Decay vibes. One of my favourite Urban Decay eyeshadows is Fishnet, which was the most amazing bright purple with a blue duochrome shift and the shades in this palette look very similar with a few neutral tones included too.
The Urban Decay Naked Ultraviolet Eyeshadow Palette has a stunning oil slick effect on the lid of the palette, and contains a dual-ended brush too. Inside the palette there are 12 shades in both shimmer and matte finishes, with the palette having an obvious divide between half of the palette being neutral, and half of the palette having lilac and purple tones.
- Cyber Punk
- Purple Dust
- Mind Slip
I really love that there’s a mix of both warm and cool tones in the Urban Decay Naked Ultraviolet Eyeshadow Palette, and the Lucid shade is a special shade shifter which you can use layered over other shades as a transformer.
Urban Decay used to be all about the purples, so I love that they’ve gone back to their roots with this purple themed beauty of a palette. There’s no launch date just yet, but I’ll be sure to update this post when any further information is leaked.