June 18, 2020

Urban Decay Naked Ultraviolet Eyeshadow Palette Available Now

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It’s here! Urban Decay Naked Ultraviolet Eyeshadow Palette is available now at Sephora.

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  • Lauren

    I think my initial reaction to this palette was premature, now that I’ve seen more of it and seen looks made with it. I really wish this had more plummy purples and some warm browns.

    I also wish I’d gotten the purple Born to Run mini palette they had. Looks like they got rid of it.

  • Linda Whitener

    I love the colors, but having been raised by parents who grew up during the Depression, I can’t justify spending that much money on an eyeshadow palette. (Imagine my sticker shock when confronted with Natasha Denona, Pat McGrath, etc. YMMV, of course!) All I can say is: thank goddess for Colourpop, Milani, Juvia’s Place, etc.; they enable me to support my habit at prices I can live with.

    • kjh

      If you live in the states, don’t forget to check out Sydney Grace. Their shadows are amazing and very budget friendly. Most years, but maybe not this one, the have a Christmas in July sale.

  • kjh

    I haven’t looked at any vids, but so many of these colors look as if they would cancel each other out, when you blend. I had a hard time with Naked 1….Mississippi River Delta level difficulty….and this one looks harder. I think many people (the less apt, like me ) will resort to using one end or the other for looks. I see you liking the peachy end, but it’s difficult to justify buying a palette, when >1|2 of it is not to your preference. I’m out, and would be if I were buying these days, anyway.

  • Dot

    They’ve totally lost sight of what “makes” means, haven’t they?

  • Carol

    This is one of their palettes I have no interest in either. I agree with KJH that a lot of the colors will run together. I’m not a fan of the color scheme either. To me, it’s all over the place. Like it can’t make up its mind if it wants to be bold or subtle. I don’t know, nothing is jumping out at me in general in the makeup world anyway…

    Muse, are you getting it? Are you into it?

  • Chantelle

    I just can’t do another Naked palette. I had bought them all up until Naked Reloaded and… It’s just too much. I realized I don’t reach for any of them anymore.

  • Rebecca

    It looks like I’m the lone lady that is into the color scheme. I’m torn though. Money is tight and it is pricier. I’ll probably wait for some reviews to see if the quality is there. Or, if I get a discount or gift certificate or something to bring the price down.

  • Deborah

    No, not naked enough for me. I would have got it if the purples were more neutral and the neutral shades were cool toned. I would have also preferred another matte or two.

  • Deborah

    OK, I bought it at Ulta two days ago and I haven’t used it yet. I’m so on the fence about these colors. I have been wishing they would come out with a purple-based palette, but I’m thinking this one is too garish. I will probably return it.