First look at the new Urban Decay “Beached” palette

Alexandra Hourigan 26 March 2018 NEWS

Get ready makeup junkies because this new eyeshadow palette is beached as bro.

Just last week Urban Decay revealed its upcoming Sin Afterglow Highlighting palette. The brand also dropped a rose inspired face and eyeshadow palette called the Back Palette palette. All in all, Urban Decay has been a very busy brand, but it doesn't stop there.

The beauty brand just revealed another new eyeshadow palette that will be joining the makeup lineup. It's called the Beached palette and it's giving me all the summer vibes to get me through winter. It consists of 8 shades, so it differs from the normal NAKED palettes that normally have 12.

In true Urban Decay fashion, these have some super fun names to go alongside the shades that will make you feel like you just touched down in Hawaii. It consists of Salt (a neutral light cream), Blaze (a peachy orange), Heatwave (a copper shimmer), Daybreak (a warm blood orange matte), 16th Street (a bronzer shimmer), Double Dip (an aqua blue shimmer), Plunge (a deeper blue shimmer) and Wedge (a chocolate brown shimmer).

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The palette does contain both matte and shimmer shades as well as more glittery shades. The packaging is also to die for with a baby blue sky background and some palm trees to get you in the mood.

So when and where can you get this palette?

The palette doesn't have an arrival date as yet but it will be coming soon according to the Instagram account, @TrendMood1. So keep your eyes peeled for an update! When we know, you'll know.

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

Stay tuned for more updates on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, @finderstyle.

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