One of the most influential cosmetic companies on the planet has done it again
Urban Decay delivers again with the release of their Naked Ultimate Basics Palette For Fall Collection. Urban Decay is the leader when it comes to Naked palettes.
Showcasing a new square gold case the 12 all-new neutral shades are amazing with 11 of those being matte and one is a demi-matte.
While exclusivity is the name of the game, as all these shades are exclusive to this palette only. So the 12-shades range spans the spectrum from warm to cool and the opportunities for neutral eyes are unlimited.
Also, the palette boasts a mirror and dual-ended brush.
The founder of UD Wende Zomnir revealed the upcoming release on her instagram profile. Furthermore, this new palette collection is a beauty junkies dream.
Most noteworthy, these shadows are buttery and have the trademarked Infusion System which give them their rich color and super velvet feel.
As Urban Decay makeup has a reputation of staying on under distress.
In addition, UD NAKED Ultimate Basics palette includes neutral mattes that were created to work with any and all skin tones. So from light and cool tones to olive or darker complexions, this palette is meant to be complimentary.
As a result, The Naked Ultimate Basics palette features these Eyeshadow shades:
Blow (light nude demi-matte)
Nudie (soft pink-nude matte)
Commando (light taupe-brown matte)
Tempted (pale brown matte)
Instinct (medium pink-taupe matte)
Lethal (reddish brown matte)
Pre-Game (pale yellow matte)
Extra Bitter (burnt orange matte)
Faith (medium warm brown matte)
Lockout (rich neutral brown matte)
Magnet (smoky gray matte)
Blackjack (warm black matte)
Available at fine retailers Macy’s and Sephora
As a result, Urban Decay representatives say people within the beauty industry have been asking for more neutral shade mattes and more naked options for their beauty arsenal.
Finally, the new Urban Decay Naked Ultimate Basics Palette For Fall Collection is designed to work great with other UD eyeshadows.
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