Just when you thought that they couldn’t release another Naked eyeshadow palette, Urban Decay drops another one! It’s the new Naked palette- the Naked Wild West Eyeshadow Palette. A whole new look for Urban Decay!
This is their 10th full-sized Naked eyeshadow palette, some of our faves are Naked 2, Naked Heat and the Naked Reloaded. As a self-confessed Urban Decay fan, (you can probably tell from my many reviews on their makeup,) another Naked eyeshadow palette is probably the best news I heard all day. Albeit, I’ll admit, there wasn’t much competition when all I do these days is housework and homeschool, but, nevertheless, this is an exciting release!
You would think that Urban Decay would’ve run out of colour combinations by now. But no, they shock us again by coming up with a whole new colour story. I’ve never quite seen an eyeshadow palette like the Wild West, it reminds me a little of the Melt Cosmetics Smoke Sessions palette, but it’s not close enough to call it a dupe.
The colours of the Wild West palette remind me of the fashion a decade ago, when aqua, turquoise and brown was all the rage. When I look back to those photos of myself I cringe at the thought of putting those colours together. But who knows, maybe Urban Decay is bringing back that decade-old trend?! I feel like Covid has definitely brought out some interesting sides to us all!
The Naked Wild West Eyeshadow Palette is a 12 pan vegan and cruelty-free palette which was released on the 8th of February in the US, and the 9th of February in the UK.
The colours were inspired by the Californian deserts, with the endless sky and sand, and Joshua trees that are found there, hence the name Wild West. I love how the packaging of the palette fits into the desert vibe with its snakeskin emboss. The packaging is totally gorgeous, and a makeup piece that any collector will need to get their hands on! Included in the palette is a double-ended eyeshadow brush which is always a useful touch. Like the eyeshadow palette, the brush is also vegan!
The palette has a combination of creamy matte, metallics and shimmers that have the same fabulous formula as the other Naked eyeshadow palettes.
There are 8 mattes, 2 metallics and 2 shimmers to choose from. The palette also has a few good base colours and a few options for smokey eyes too- both of these are must-haves for every eyeshadow palette! In my humble opinion, no eyeshadow palette is complete without a base colour and a smokey eye colour. The shadows are all super-creamy, intensely pigmented and easy to blend! The palette is the same top-quality palette as the other Urban Decay palettes that we’ve all come to love!
While the colour combination is definitely interesting and original, who can resist another Naked eyeshadow palette? The Wild West has all the colours you need to try out a different, new look! You can mix the golds and blues for an extra dramatic effect, or you can wear them alone. Either way, you gotta admit that is palette is hard to resist and will give you some gorgeous eyeshadow looks!
Are you a die-hard fan of the Urban Decay Naked Eyeshadow Palettes? Which one is your favourite? Let me know in the comments below.
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