Once again, we’re a little behind the US in terms of Urban Decay launches – the Urban Decay Naked2 Basics palette looks like it’s a sell-out alreadyStateside. Even if you managed to batton down the hatches during the Naked, Naked II and Naked III storms, good luck with this one – it’s very, very tempting!
In fact, I think Urban Decay Naked2 Basics is a six pack of pretty – five brand new shades in a suit-all matte palette; Skimp (pale nude satin), Stark (nude-pink matte), Frisk (warm gray matte), Cover (muted red-brown matte), Primal (muted brown matte) and Undone (deep, smoky brown matte).
Urban Decay claim on their site that their matte shades aren’t chalky and it’s a good point – a lot of matte shades are like dust bowls and UD’s tend to have a more rich formula so that they’re on the buttery side of things. It basically makes them longer stayers and gives a better depth of intensity in the colours. For pale shades, that’s key.
Anyway, it’s a UK launch of October 1st for Urban Decay Naked2 Basics – and it’s £22.
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