July 22, 2015

Urban Decay Naked Graffiti Eyeshadow Palettes Launch in France

Urban Decay Naked Graffiti Palette

Urban Decay Naked Graffiti Eyeshadow Palettes have launched in France! Urban Decay Naked 2 Graffiti and Urban Decay Naked 3 Graffiti are available at Sephora France today. Each of the palettes have the same great shades we know and love but the packaging is brand new featuring art work from who I assume is a French street artist nicked “Pboy” as per his tag located on the lower right hand side of the palette.

As of now the Urban Decay Naked Graffiti Eyeshadow Palettes are exclusively available online at www.sephora.fr but I have a feeling that Urban Decay will be launching more of these with new designs and artists from the East and West Coast and perhaps other countries as well. That’s of course a big assumption but that seems like where it might go!

If you already have Urban Decay Naked 2 and Urban Decay Naked 3 it’s probably not completely necessary to repurchase these (if you can get your hands on them) but they are nice collector’s editions if you’re a makeup collector.

What do you think of the new Urban Decay Naked Graffiti Eyeshadow Palettes?

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  • Hannah

    Definitely saw one of these at a restaurant in France last month! A guy had one and they were having some sort of meeting and I saw it from our table- wondered if it was going to come out!

  • Christina D.

    It’s kind of funny that UD decided to repackage Naked 2 and Naked 3 since I was just thinking the other day that if UD was to re-issue Naked 1 with new packaging, I would be all over it. I hate that faux brown velvet outside — but I do love what’s inside!

    • Michelle

      I feel the same way! I actually need a new Naked 1. Mine was purchased back in 2009 and the shadow texture changed. I tossed it a few months ago and want to get a new one, but have just been waiting hoping it would relaunch in some new packaging as well. 🙁

    • Denise

      ITA! Why on earth would UD pass on the chance to repackage that Nast first palette?

  • Victoria

    Why not naked 1? That one’s in need of repackaging. If they did that II’m metal packaging I most definitely would repurchase.

  • Bente

    Wasn’t planning on buying any Naked palettes any time soon actually. In fact I just ordered the Semi Sweet and Tartelette palettes from sephora.com yesterday. But browsed the French sephora site an hour ago and couldn’t pass these beauties up! Didn’t even know they were out there! Lucky they ship to the Netherlands for an ok price as well 😀 Just had to check your site to see if I actually got something good or not XD

    • Isabella Muse

      I hope you like them Bente 🙂 looks like the cases are interesting!

      • Bente

        I just got them this morning! It was a little interesting at first.. Packaging from the outside looks just like the ‘normal’versions of the Naked palettes. But when I opened them up I could see that they were really handpainted! Few splashes of paint on the sides gave that away 😛 Or should I say graffiti paint because it feels a little rough? They look a little different then the pictures above in your post as it doesn’t have the PBoy sig and the splatters are somewhat different. Must be the handpaintedness 😉 Think I will have to be careful not to scratch the surface though 🙂 But I do really like them!

        • Isabella Muse

          Interesting Bente!!! I didn’t realize they were hand painted!