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Urban Decay Naked Ultraviolet palette: Release details here



This is your first look at Urban Decay's brand new palette in the Naked series – Ultraviolet.

Over the weekend, Instagram user trendmood1 (also known as the ultimate beauty news breaker) posted the first pictures of the new Urban Decay palette.

If you're familiar with the brand, you'll know that Urban Decay's Naked series palettes are some of the most popular on the market. We still love and use the Naked Reloaded, Naked Cherry and the Naked Honey palettes.

This time, Urban Decay is doing things a little differently. The Naked Ultraviolet palette is a purple dream, arriving with 12 shades of mattes, metallics and holographic shimmers.

The colour series features a good mix of peachy neutral shades, with beautiful lilacs, magnetic violets and blacklight purples. We're also spotting a brand new shade called Lucid. It's a holographic green pearl shift and we cannot wait to pop this on our eyelids. It really adds a futuristic shift to the palette!


Whether you're going for a soft glam look to wear day-to-day or something totally bold and crazy for the night, this is the eyeshadow palette for you.

As with all the Naked palettes, the Ultraviolet will arrive with a double-sided eyeshadow brush and a mirror.

Release details

When can you get your hands on it? At this stage, we know that the US release date is set for the 17 June. It's unlikely that it will hit Aussie retailers at the same time - so you can expect to be waiting a few weeks or even a month!

You can shop Urban Decay from retailers like MECCA, and this will probably be one of the first places you can purchase in Australia.

However, Urban Decay is also stocked at retailers like StrawberryNET, Catch, eBay and Kogan – these are the stores where you can usually grab a great deal.

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All images: Instagram user trendmood1

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