Urban Decay's New Ultraviolet Naked Palette Is Here And Oh My
In news that's guaranteed to lift your lockdown mood, Urban Decay has just dropped a new Naked palette - and she's an absolute beauty.
The gorgeous Ultraviolet palette comprises 12 intensely pigmented mattes, metallics and holographic shimmers to help you add a pop of purple to your usual eyeshadow look. It sits alongside irresistible peachy neutrals, magnetic violets, lilacs and backlight purples.
Described as 'hyper pigmented and velvety', the palette is available from Urbandecay.co.uk and Cult Beauty this week, and will launch nationwide from 1st July, priced at £43.
Rumours of a new Naked palette began swirling last month after beauty bloggers leaked the details online, however UD has remained tight-lipped about its latest launch until this week.
Wondering how to use the bold tones? Urban Decay suggest starting with the first seven shades (left to right) for a quick and easy swipe of colour, or layering them up to create a soft, multi-dimensional look.
The deeper five shades on the right will level up your look to create a super smoky eye or a rich, hazy purple look. Top it off with 'lucid', 'VR' and 'euphoric' to transform any of the shades into a shiny, holographic colour.
A spokesperson told Tyla: "Purple has been Urban Decay's signature colour since day one. Now we're bringing you wildly wearable shades with the New Naked Ultraviolet Palette. Mve over millennial pink... purple's the new hue."
They added: "The bold ode to our signature colour is the definition of what Urban Decay stands for. We celebrate the unconventional, ignite the uninspired, and take '90s nostalgia to the next level."
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