Urban Decay just surprised us with a new palette and here is where you can buy it

Alexandra Hourigan 13 February 2018 NEWS

urban decay back talk

This palette is sassy and sweet all in one and it's the best kind of surprise.

Just last week Urban Decay dropped its Naked Petite Heat palette that we low-key fell in love with. It just went to show the brand knows how to make a bomb eyeshadow palette, but why not raise the bar a little?

Introducing the Backtalk palette that's kind of our new obsession. It's a very mauve/pink inspired palette that comes in perfect time for Valentine's Day. The best part about the entire thing is that it's not just for your eyes. It's a face and eyeshadow palette with eight eyeshadows and four blushes.

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The eyeshadow shades include: 3 sheets (pale pink-nude matte), Bare (light pinky-peach satin), Curve (metallic rose shimmer with silver micro-glitter), Attitude (metallic red-copper), Backtalk (soft rosy mauve matte), WTF (reddish brown matte), Shade (deep fuchsia satin) and 180 (metallic brown-red).

The Blushes include the shades Double Take (rich mauve with slight shimmer), Low-key (pink-peach), Cheap Shot (medium pink-nude) and Party Foul (light pink-nude shimmer).

This isn't the first combo palette we've seen from the brand but it's definitely in a league of its own with the delicious and rich colour scheme it's got going on.

Where and when can you buy it?

Unfortunately, the release date for this upcoming palette is still quite hush hush but we'll definitely be keeping our eyes peeled.

As for where you can buy it, Urban Decay is currently available in Australia at MECCA, Fresh Fragrances and Cosmeticsand StrawberryNET.

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