Just the basics, please!
I have GREAT news for Urban Decay NAKED fans! On 11/29, Urban Decay will release their NAKED Basics Palette with six perfectly neutral shades of shadow for fans of mattes. YAY! I know I’m one of them, as I’ve been toting around my Walk of Shame eyeshadow single and love that it’s now available in a palette with five other matte NAKED-worthy shades.
This palm-sized palette has a soft touch, suede-like texture on the exterior and also holds a mirror, with six shades (0.05 US oz each). If an eye full of matte (one is demi-matte) NAKED shades isn’t practical for you, I think it’s nice to have all the basics in one place—to complement virtually any look you might be doing with other colors.
Urban Decay NAKED Basics Palette
The shade breakdown…
- Venus — soft, off-white demi-matte
- Foxy — very light yellow/beige matte
- Walk of Shame — very light pinky nude matte
- NAKED2 — rosy taupe matte
- Faint — warm, dusty brown matte
- Crave — deepest, darkest brown/black matte
NAKED Basics includes four totally new and exclusive shades.
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Urban Decay NAKED Basics
Urban Decay NAKED Basics shades
Venus, Foxy, Walk of Shame, Naked2, Faint, Crave
While I haven’t had a lot of time to wear all of these, I can say that I’m very familiar with Walk of Shame and Foxy—both shades I’ve previously adored. The quality of the rest of the shades seem up to par with the Urban Decay eyeshadows I know and love; velvety soft to the touch, with a rich amount of pigment payoff. I think NAKED Basics could be the start of a new branch on the NAKED family tree!