Well dears, this could be what you’ve been waiting for all week.
The deets on the Urban Decay Fall Collection 2010. I knew about some of it earlier this week and it has been so incredibly hard not to SHOUT it out to you but in the end it all works out because it should be launching shortly (possibly today) on Urban Decay’s website and you can shop it for yourselves.
Check out the brand spanking new Urban Decay Naked Palette after the jump!
What Urban Decay has to say about it:
We don’t do modesty here. Full Frontal is how Urban Decay does neutral! A far cry from ‘G’ rated, the Naked Palette by Urban Decay features a shade range that runs from the nudest champagne to the grittiest gunmetal.
Office-appropriate and smoldering all at once, our long and lean Naked Palette houses 12 eyeshadows, including 7 of our best-sellers (GunMetal, Half Baked, Naked, Sidecar, Sun, Smog, and Toasted) and 5 new saucy shades (Buck, Creep, Darkhourse, Hustle, and Virgin). Matte, shimmer, satin, or sparkle, we’ve upped the ante with these essential shadows. And as if that wasn’t enough, our sleek chocolate brown velvet box features gold foil detail complete with mirror plus we’ve included a never before seen, exclusive, double-ended version of our award winning 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil in Zero (black) and Whiskey (a rich brown new shade similar to Bourbon without the sparkle). Also included is an essential travel-size Urban Decay Primer Potion. We’ve gone all in…it’s your turn to take it all off!
Best Seller Shades:
- Gunmetal (gunmetal gray with silver glitter)
- Half Baked (subtle, luxurious bronze)
- Naked (matte buff nude)
- Sidecar (cocoa with golden sparkle sheen)
- Sin (champagne shimmer)
- Smog (deep coppery bronze)
- Toasted (rich copper)
Naked Exclusive Shades:
- Buck (matte nutmeg)
- Creep (onyx with gold sparkle)
- Darkhorse (bronze patina)
- Hustle (plum brown satin)
- Virgin (satin chamois)
The Urban Decay Naked Palette will be available shortly at www.urbandecay.com for $44.
So what do you think?
Wish list anyone?
I think it’s stunning.
For a long time I really hated browns and neutral but the last year or so I’ve embraced the natural look and this palette seems to fit right in.
I really know what you think!