Just when you thought Urban Decay would run out of ideas for a new Naked Palette, the Naked Honey Palette is set to be the staple eye shadow palette, whether you’re a beauty junkie or not.
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We Tried Out The New Urban Decay Naked Honey Palette
The new Naked Honey Palette comes with 12 stunning honey-hued shades – all of them exclusive to this palette. Both the matte and shimmery shades boast high pigment payoff, and blending is as easy as spreading butter on warm toast.
The warm matte shades are perfect for creating sunny, fresh eye looks; but layer on the shimmery tones for a luxurious gilded finish – perfect for transitioning your makeup from day to night.
The darker matte shades like Hive, Drip and Sting work well as bases for you to contour the eyelids, and even if you mess up, the lighter shades like Sweet, Swarm and Keeper can help blend away your mistakes. Golden and Honey are amazing shades to add some shine, and look gorgeous in the middle of the lid or on the inner corner of your eyes.
But the million-dollar question that needs to be answered here is: “Is this palette easy to use?” We wrangled three members from The Weekly team to put the Naked Honey palette to the test.
The NAKED Honey palette, $83, will be on sale from September 13 at all Sephora stores and online at sephora.sg. The palette will be available at the Urban Decay store at #B1-32 Ngee Ann City from October 10.
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Be one of the first 100 customers to purchase the new Urban Decay Honey Palette at Sephora ION on September 13 to receive a surprise grab bag worth $102.