September 28, 2016

Urban Decay Naked Vault Vol III Arrives Just in Time for the Holidays!


Things that tempted the seasoned Urban Decay but but still do? That would be the Urban Decay Naked Vault Vol III that arrives just in time for the Holidays. Because you know you already have every single thing in this vault but still find yourself questioning whether you need to buy it. This is a sign of makeup insanity, we’ve all been there.

This $300 Vault gets you just about single Naked Palette you ever needed or wanted from Urban Decay and likely already own.

Here’s what Urban Decay packs into the Naked Vault Vol III:

  • Naked Palette (bronze neutrals)
  • Naked 2 Palette (taupe neutrals)
  • Naked 3 Palette (rose neutrals)
  • Naked Smoky (smoky neutrals)
  • Naked Basics (warm mattes)
  • Naked 2 Basics (taupe mattes)
  • Naked Flushed Palette
  • 24/7 Glide-On Lip Pencil in Naked (nude pink) and Ruse (pink mauve)
  • Naked Ultra Nourishing Lipgloss in Naked (nude pink) and Conspiracy (plum bronze shimmer)
  • Vice Lipstick in Naked (nude pink cream) and Backtalk (mauve-nude pink comfort matte)

This big guy is available today at for a limited time. I don’t doubt that it’ll launch at as well as at some point this Holiday season as well!

What do you think?

Do you think you’ll spend $300 bucks on it?

I’ve known people to splurge on these vaults even though they already have everything inside them. I guess it must be something about having it all in one gorgeous vault that tempts everyone.

I can safely say, I am not tempted.

Thank the makeup gods!

How about you?

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  • Paola

    I actually bought the Vault 2 last year and I was very disappointed with the quality of the palettes. My naked basics mirror just broke off and the shadows were so powdery. Definitely not usual Urban Decay quality. I think we get caught up with the packaging and saving money but they decrease the quality in these big sets. Maybe it’s not everyone’s box but mine was definitely bad.

    • Isabella Muse

      wow no kidding! I believe it! I hated the Alice Palette, I just thought the quality wasn’t there so I def feel like bigger palettes/sets aren’t as good as individual launches! They have a new Spectrum Palette coming out that I fear will be rubbish!

    • Leah

      Really, Paolo? I also bought last year’s vault (in April, I think), and I had to work so hard to get it. It kept selling out, I may have jumped out of bed a couple times to get it, live chatted with customer service, all in all, wasted a lot of time. I know that holiday sets are sometimes lesser quality, but in this case, the palettes look exactly the same so I thought it was the same. I am planning on selling the Smoky palette (I’m undecided on the Basics) and I hope it’s the same as the original!

  • Emily

    No way! I can’t imagine the appeal. The original Naked palette is the first palette I ever bought, and in less than 2 years, I feel like the quality of the shadows is deteriorating. I still use it, but less and less, the more different shadows I try. I also have Naked Smoky, and rarely reach for it, though I know there’s some good stuff in there. When I look at the 4 Naked eye palettes together, they are just too similar. The Basics don’t excite me at all. Just too much same same same.