Now renamed the Naked Reloaded ($72), Urban Decay’s new 12-shade eyeshadow palette (with six matte and six shimmering metallic shades) is just like its predecessor (the now-discontinued Naked Eyeshadow Palette) — but only better with a mix of warm mattes, wearable coppers and browns, as well as rose gold shimmers.
But what really intrigued us was its pan sizes. The two outermost shades (Bribe, a warm, pale ivory matte and a light nude matte, Blur) in the palette come in the widest pans as these are reportedly the more commonly used shades that tend to “hit pan” a lot quicker when compared to, say, a bright metallic pink. Moving inwards, the next two shades (a soft metallic gold, Barely Naked, and Boundaries, a warm terracotta matte) are slightly narrower, while the eight shades in the middle are housed in the palette’s thinnest pans. Unlike the Naked palettes that have come before, this comes packaged in a magnetic leopard print design — without a brush.
Above, a whole host of looks to recreate using the eyeshadow palette.
The Urban Decay Naked Reloaded palette will be available at all Sephora stores from 28 February.