Make up · Review

The Original Naked Palette by Urban Decay

I love glitter! If it shimmers and shines I’m into it! Recently though, I have been keeping my makeup look more simple. I have been using the matte shades in the original Naked palette by Urban Decay Cosmetics and I am very pleased with the results!

the original Naked palette |

When they announce that the original Naked palette was going to be discontinued I tried to talk myself out of buying it. Do I need another eyeshadow palette… NOPE! Did I buy another eyeshadow palette… YUP! Did anyone else fall for the hype?!

the original Naked palette |

the original Naked palette |

I’m really glad that I did buy it though because I am in love with it! I have several other palettes from Urban Decay, but so far this is the one that I have found myself reaching for the most.


I have no idea why in the world they chose to discontinue this palette?!  As one of the first ever eyeshadow palettes that most people purchased, it is so iconic!  I don’t know, but I have a feeling that something has got to be in the plans to eventually bring it back from the dead.

In the meantime, if you wanted to add this palette to your collection, I hope that you did when you had the chance. I’m glad that I gave into the hype!

Other products I am wearing in the above photo:

Ulta BeautyMineral Powder Foundation
Physicians formula butter bronzer
Essence cosmetics Make Me Brow Eyebrow Gel Mascara
Urban Decay Naked Palette
Maybelline Volum’ Express The Colossal Mascara waterproof
LORACColor Source Buildable Blush in Aura
COVERGIRL Colorlicious Oh Sugar! Vitamin Infused Lip Balm in Cup Cake


Oh Sugar! by Covergirl |

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One thought on “The Original Naked Palette by Urban Decay

  1. When I heard the news I was a little sad. I don’t own this palette and I haven’t tried it but I do have a dupe from another brand. Glad you’re enjoying the palette 🙂 Has Urban Decay updated the situation with when palettes are likely to disappear and not be available any more?


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