* Disclaimer: This post contains a PR Sample provided by Urban Decay Cosmetics for review purposes. I would like to thank Urban Decay Cosmetics for sending these products. All opinions are 100% my own. Product information is courtesy of Urban Decay.
Raw and sticky sweet - just the way nature intended. Get hooked on Urban Decay's Naked Honey Eyeshadow Palette; its 12 golden neutrals include classic golds, warm ambers, and rich chocolate browns.
Flyby (ivory satin)
Sweet (neutral beige matte)
Swarm (soft mustard matte)
Amber (metallic copper shimmer)
Keeper (mustard brown matte)
Golden (rich gold shimmer)
Honey (intense gold metallic)
Queen (golden brown shimmer)
Hive (warm brown matte)
Drip (warm reddish-brown matte)
HBIC (rosy bronze shimmer)
Sting (deep warm brown matte)
I'm going to cut to the chase I'm here for this palette! The brown, amber, and golden hues in this palette are absolutely stunning! In this Palette you will find a range of matte, glitter, and shimmer eyeshadows.
I love how the Naked Honey Palette is based on golden neutral hues. Urban Decay really did a great job with the color selection in this palette. I love that I can create both day and night eye makeup looks with Naked Honey. The holidays will be here before we know it and I know that this Palette will be used to create glamorous holiday looks! This palette doesn't have any black shadows, but you still can create sultry eye looks.
I've always admired the glittery shimmery eyeshadows of the 1970's and if you look at the word Honey on the packaging it has a font that looks like it's from the 1970's.
The shades are so pigmented, especially the glitter hues. Upon swatching the buttery shadows there was minimal fallout. I haven't done a makeup look yet since I just received this Palette yesterday, but I did leave the swatches on my arm for a few hours and the shadows didn't budge. I noticed a little fading after about 6 hours, but the shadows were still very pigmented.
Are you getting Urban Decay's Naked Honey Palette? In addition to the Naked Honey Palette, Urban Decay is releasing a Naked Honey Collection! Visit urbandecay.com
Here's a screenshot from Urban Decay's IG Page I snapped for the release dates for the Naked Honey Palette