October 25, 2017

Urban Decay Naked Vault Vol IV for Holiday 2017

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Another day, yet another Urban Decay Holiday Vault! Urban Decay Naked Vault Vol IV for Holiday 2017 sets you up with the first three Naked Eyeshadow Palettes (Naked 1, 2, and 3).

But wait there’s more!

There always is right?

They also give you three full-size 24/7 Glide-On Lip Pencils as well as nine full-size Vice Lipsticks.

Here’s the low down on those shades:

  • 24/7 Glide-On Lip Pencil in 1993 (medium brown)
  • 24/7 Glide-On Lip Pencil in 714 (bright red)
  • 24/7 Glide-On Lip Pencil in Blackmail (deep berry wine)
  • Vice Lipstick in Naked (nude-pink cream)
  • Vice Lipstick in Mrs. Mia Wallace (deep blood red cream)
  • Vice Lipstick in 1993 (medium brown)
  • Vice Lipstick in Vanished (pale neutral nude)
  • Vice Lipstick in Backtalk (mauve-nude pink)
  • Vice Lipstick in 714 (bright red)
  • Vice Lipstick in Rapture (dusty rose cream)
  • Vice Lipstick in Conspiracy (plum-bronze shimmer)
  • Vice Lipstick in Blackmail (deep berry wine)

It’s $195 bucks but since Ulta has their 20% Off coupon going on (if you still have yours) you can get a nice steal. Although, at this point we probably all have every single Naked Palette ever made but for those who want to give some makeup lover a great gift this would be a nice pick up.

Get it now at Ulta.com.


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  • Jennifer

    I just don’t understand all of these vaults from any brand. If consumers wanted the older palettes, they would have most likely purchased them years ago when they first came out. Is there really that much new business to be gained by offering these? And if someone new-ish to makeup who maybe didn’t get them when they first came out saw them, wouldn’t they want to purchase something newer and more relevant?

    • Isabella Muse

      Oddly enough they sell amazingly well like SELL out fast. I think they market to two different groups. 1. someone who wants to gift something really nice and 2. to collector’s who are obsessed with owning everything from the brand. I’d be all about getting something new in a vault but I do get why they do these. Some people even wait to purchase items so they can get them in a vault and save $$.

  • mary

    I ordered it since I have been wanting to purchase Naked palettes but they are pricey and I cannot decide which one. This vault is practically getting the 3 palettes in regular price but getting 12 lip products as an added bonus.

  • airryana

    I bought the vault because I can take the items I know I won’t be using and give them as presents to family and friends. I just bought the set from Sephora with a 20% discount and free shipping.