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Images of a new Urban Decay Naked palette have been leaked on Instagram and it looks amazing.
The snap of the rumoured new palette called 'Naked Cherry' was shared on TrendMood's Instagram, and its followers went wild for it - it looks like the pink based palette will become a firm favourite if the rumours are true.
As with other Naked palettes, it has 12 different shades made up of matte, shimmer and satin formulas, but these are all based on shades of pinks, purples and burgundy as well as a couple of neutral browns.
O-M-G! Got so many messages about this!!!...is this happening??!! a NEW NAKED Palette @UrbanDecay #NAKEDCherry #EyeshadowPalette :cherries::heart::scream_cat::cherries::heart::scream_cat: YASSSS!!!!! #ComingSoon :camera_with_flash: @br3ebee_shop pic.twitter.com/8o1oEgGjTK- Trendmood (@Trendmood) August 28, 2018
From the look of the Instagram snap, the shades have names like 'Bang Bang', 'Ambitious' and 'Young Love'.
Although Urban Decay hasn't released any official information on the palette, it's being reported that the shadows are a legitimate launch and should cost around £39.50 similar to the other Naked palettes.
The leak comes just after Urban Decay announced it would be discontinuing one of its most popular products.
The Naked Palette was launched in 2010 and included neutral tones and smokey greys.
There has been plenty of equally as popular spin-off products, like the Naked2, Naked3, and Naked Heat palettes.
Urban Decay announced that it had sadly pulled the plug on in an official, heartbreaking statement, and even held a funeral for the palette in Newport Beach, California.
"Today, the beauty world mourns, the product that revolutionized neutral eyeshadows," the brand said in the statement.
"A little bit naughty, often dramatic, and always in the press, the innovative game-changer and category creator will be laid to rest after eight years, without a smudge of regret.
"Passionate Naked collectors - and pretty much anyone with eyes - will remember Naked as the beauty product that changed their lids forever."
It is not quite over just yet, as you will still be able to stock up on the trusty eyeshadow palette in the meantime.
Urban Decay is currently selling the product off at 30 per cent off in the UK, meaning you can pick a couple up without breaking the bank, but only while stocks last.
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