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Urban Decay's New Naked Cherry Palette Finally Has A Release Date

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Urban Decay's New Naked Cherry Palette Finally Has A Release Date

Urban Decay has finally confirmed an official launch date for its gorgeous Naked Cherry palette, after snaps of the eyeshadows were leaked online in August.

Thousands of the pink-based palette were sold in a 48 hour pre-sale, and beauty addicts who didn't manage to get their hands on one have been eagerly awaiting the official release.

And thankfully, Urban Decay has revealed when shoppers will be able to pick up a palette of their own.

Credit: Instagram/Urban Decay
Credit: Instagram/Urban Decay
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A spokesperson for the brand told OK! Magazine: "Urban Decay had a pre-sale over the weekend and it was mad, we sold thousands, it's proving to be a popular palette!

"Official launch date is 15th October."

The 12-pan palette is a range of pink-toned hues, from deep, dark plums to pale, champagne pinks, perfect for creating a base.

Urban Decay's Naked Cherry collection isn't just one eyeshadow palette either, as there are lipsticks and highlight palettes as well as a setting spray in a very cherry scent.

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Credit: Instagram/Urban Decay
Credit: Instagram/Urban Decay

The lipsticks come in three shades - Cherry (a deep purple), Develish (a hot pink), and Juicy (a peach-toned nude).

When it launches, the eyeshadow palette will be priced at £42, the setting spray £10, lipsticks £16.50, and the highlighter £25.50.

The announcement of the Cherry palette came after Urban Decay said it was discontinuing the original Naked palette back in August.

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Urban Decay announced that it had sadly pulled the plug on the palette in an official, heartbreaking statement, and even held a funeral for the palette in Newport Beach, California.

Credit: Instagram/Urban Decay
Credit: Instagram/Urban Decay

"Today, the beauty world mourns Urban Decay's beloved Naked Palette, 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.

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"Passionate Naked collectors - and pretty much anyone with eyes - will remember Naked as the beauty product that changed their lids forever."

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/Urban Decay

Topics: Hair and Beauty, Urban Decay

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