When you can get your hands on Urban Decay’s Naked Honey palette
Get a first look at the palette that has the beauty world buzzing.
If you're a fan of eyeshadow then Urban Decay's Naked palettes really need no introduction. Adored by everyone from beauty bloggers to professional makeup artists, the palettes are absolute cult-favourite beauty buys for the very good reason that they're high-quality and jam packed full of gorgeous shades. Which is why the news that another palette is on its way is definitely something to get excited about.
Rumour has it that the new Naked Honey palette is set to drop online at Urban Decay and other usual retailers like StrawberryNET and Fresh Fragrances and Cosmetics come 13 September, and you're absolutely going to want to mark your calendars for this one. The Honey palette is probably the closest thing we've seen so far to the original Naked palette, which Urban Decay discontinued last year to the heartbreak of beauty lovers everywhere.
It seems like the Honey palette is compensation for taking away the bestselling palette though, as there's a huge amount of similarity between shades from the new palette and original shades like Virgin and Naked. Given that the original palette sold a massive 30 million units in its 8-year existence, we're calling it now that the Honey palette will be a sellout, so you're going to want to get in quick when it drops.
So, what's the palette like?
Similar to the rest of the Naked line, the Honey palette arrives in 12 different matte and shimmer shades. Hues range from cream and nude shades to golden, amber and rich browns, making it easy to create everything from natural daytime looks to standout, party-worthy eyes.
Just like its predecessors, Honey's hues look high-quality and blendable, with the glitter shades arriving in the usual smooth formula that lets you create some sparkle without ending up with glitter all over your face.
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According to Urban Decay's Instagram, the brand will drop more information about the new palette on 3 September, so stay tuned for further updates. In the meantime, you can check out other palettes from the Naked range including the Cherry Palette and Naked Reloaded.
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