The Urban Decay Naked Smoky Palette has finally hit our shores! Hallelujah!
Makeup lovers across the country have been waiting with baited breath to add to our Naked Palette collections, and now finally we can. I swear Urban Decay has one of the best marketing teams on the planet 🙂
Of course, you clicked on this blogpost to see the Urban Decay Naked Smoky Palette in all of it’s glory, so I’ll stop harping on and get to it!
I think this Naked has the nicest packaging out of them all yet. It’s plastic with a magnetic closing and a fancy smoky design of course 🙂
Here she is, fresh off the press with the flash on my camera on.
And here she is sans flash, just so you can get a realistic idea of the colours.
There is 12 colours in the Naked Smoky Palette, with nine brand new shades and three exclusives from previous palettes.
So from left to right, we have:
‘High’ a pink toned shimmer
‘Dirtysweet’ a bronzey gold
‘Radar’ a warmer toned shimmery brown
‘Armor’ a purple toned shimmery grey
‘Slanted’ a blue toned shimmery grey
‘Dagger’ a shimmery grey
‘Black Market’ a black with a slight shimmer
These are all pictured below:
Then we have:
‘Smolder’ a deep shimmery purple
‘Password’ a matte purple toned brown
‘Whiskey’ a matte cool toned dark brown
‘Combust’ a matte pink toned nude
‘Thirteen’ a matte cream
All pictured below:
Here is the whole Urban Decay Smoky Palette pictured together.
With this palette you also get a dual ended eyeshadow brush.
On one end, there’s a fluffy blending brush and then on the other is a pencil brush. I think this is my favourite brush out of all the Naked Palettes.
So there you have it. An up close look at the new Urban Decay Naked Smoky Palette. I picked this up in Debenhams and it was €46. You can get it on the website here.
What do you think? At first look and swatch I’m really digging it, just have to see now how it wears and blends on the eyes. As a makeup addict I am glad to have all the Naked gang to hand though, I must admit…not something I’m proud of but hey ho 😛