Urban Decay Launches Limited Edition Naked Cherry Vault
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Fresh off the success of its launch of the Naked cherry palette, Urban Decay has released a limited edition vault to pop on your list for Santa this year.
While the eyeshadow palette, highlighters and lipsticks are all permanent products in the beauty brand's range, Urban Decay is now selling a vault of goodies through the festive period.
It contains the pink-toned metallic and matte 12-pan palette, three Vice lipsticks and two 24/7 Glide-on eye pencils to create endlessly juicy looks in crimson colours.
As Urban Decay puts it best: "More tart than sweet, this limited-edition set features the Naked Cherry Eyeshadow Palette, three Vice Lipsticks and two 24/7 Glide-on Eyeliners.
"This must-have makeup collection includes a Naked Cherry Eyeshadow Palette with 12 cherry-inspired hues, three matching Vice Lipsticks and two 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencils. Never-before-picked shades, made from Urban Decay's mind-blowing formula, take you from ethereal daytime to devious after-dark makeup looks."
Urban Decay is selling the limited edition vault for £92 - its products would normally total £122.50, meaning you're making a pretty hefty saving when buying as one.
You can also pick one up from the beauty counters in Selfridges or online.
The lipsticks included in the vault are shades 'Cherry', 'Juicy' and 'Develisht' and the lip liners are 'Love Drug' and 'Black Market'.
Other products in the fruity collection include highlighter palettes and setting sprays, although these don't come in the vault.
Urban Decay introduced Cherry collection earlier this year shortly after the iconic original Naked palette was discontinued.
After 30 million sales, millions of pounds in revenue and thousands of five star reviews, Urban Decay decided to pull the plug.
"Today, the beauty world mourns Urban Decay's beloved Naked Palette, the product that revolutionized neutral eyeshadows," the brand said in a statement released at the time.
"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."
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