Saturday, September 7, 2019

Urban Decay Naked Honey Palette: First Impressions

Hello Everyone!

* 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.

Urban Decay has released its latest and sweetest release Naked Honey Palette! I'm a major fan of the Naked Palettes and Naked Honey has been on my beauty wish list since I heard about Urban Decay releasing this palette. Today I'm going to share my first impressions for the Naked Honey Palette.

Product Details:

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.

Reach for Amber (it practically glows), create the perfect hazy, smoked-out eye with Sting (warm brown matte), or get hooked on Honey (intense gold metallic) for the ultimate '70s statement eye.

Blending your best look, from daytime matte to sultry metallic, is easy since the Naked Honey Palette comes with a vegan and cruelty-free double-ended brush. You won't find another palette that's this sweet.


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)

My Thoughts

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.

UD was kind enough to include one of their primer potions in this PR Sample, but for the swatches I didn't use any primer so I could show the true pigment of the colors. I can't wait to share a few new eye makeup looks on social media! That's coming soon! Overall, this is a great addition to the Naked Palette Family, and this palette is different with the color selection in terms of the hues.

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

Here's a screenshot from Urban Decay's IG Page I snapped for the release dates for  the Naked Honey Palette


Anonymous said...

I didn't know Urban Decay was releasing a new Naked Palette! Great review the colors are gorgeous!

Pam said...

Hi...hoping you are feeling better and are on the mend....loving those colors. I have always lend to browns and plums...

Evi Erlinda said...

Hi Pilar, it's a great palette. Love the new shades with shimmering metallic and sweet amber.

Doctor Anne said...

These colors are exactly the ones that I reach for all year round - beautiful!

Anne from|Doctor Anne

Paola Lauretano said...

Wow, this palette is everything!!!
Kisses, Paola.


LoveT. said...

What a fantastic Palette, i love the Shades! Thank you for the Review and Swatches. :)

lovely Greetings <3

Marie said...

Gorgeous palette! I saw this last week online. I like that UD is releasing more Naked Palettes!

Pilar said...

Thanks! I agree, the colora are gorgeous!

Pilar said...

Thanks Pam! I'm feeling okay. This palette has beautiful brown and golden hues!

Pilar said...

Thanks Evi! I love this palette!

Pilar said...

This palette can be used all year round! I can't wait to do a few holiday looks with this palette!

Pilar said...

I agree!

Pilar said...

Thanks, and you're welcome T!

Pilar said...

Thanks Marie! I like that UD released more Naked Palettes too! Naked Honey is a beautiful addition to the collection! These shadows are everything!

Rowena @ rolala loves said...

This looks like a fantastic palette for autumn and the holidays! My minimalist self is not planning on getting it since I hardly ever wear eyeshadow anymore.

Pilar said...

I have so many ideas for eye makeup looks with this palette!

Pilar said...


Red Rose Alley said...

These are pretty colors, Pilar. I actually wear a foundation that is a honey color. I'm glad you find make-up and products that suit you. You always seem to find the nicest shadow colors for your eyes, giving it that smokey look. So lovely.


Ivana Split said...

This Urban Decay Naked Palette is gorgeous. I'm not good with make up but the painter in me knows enough to appreciate how beautiful these shades are. These eye-shadows are gorgeous. I love the idea of making a neutral eye-shadow palette based on golden and brown tones. Wonderful for creating all kinds of make up looks from glam to every day ones. Thank you for your review.

nerline said...

This is such a beautiful palette. Pigmentation is everything when it comes to great eyeshadows. The packaging is beautiful too.

Pilar said...

You're welcome Ivana!

Pilar said...

I agree!

Pilar said...

Thanks Sheri!

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