Tuesday, October 11, 2022

Naked x Robin Eisenberg Eyeshadow Palette

 Hello Everyone!

Urban Decay has released yet another Naked Palette. This time the UD collaborated with Artist Robin Eisenberg for this latest release.

Naked X Robin Eisenberg Eyeshadow Palette


12 matte + glitter eyeshadows inspired by cosmic artist Robin Eisenberg.

What happens when you combine richly pigmented Martian mattes with out-of-this-world meteor shower shimmers – an extraterrestrial palette perfect for cosmic-makeup looks. Urban Decay partnered with LA-based artist, Robin Eisenberg, to create 12 boldly pigmented matte and shimmer eyeshadows in warm & cool-tones. With colors inspired by Robin Eisenberg’s iconic artwork, this palette brings alien makeup to life from a world beyond the galaxy.

Whether you’re looking for bold eye glitter shades for your upcoming holiday makeup or warm neutrals for everyday wear, this palette range is suited for toned-down or turned-up looks. Each shade is made with Urban Decay’s famous signature Naked formula, delivering velvety texture, richly pigmented color, and extreme blend-ability.

Surreal staying power up to 12 hoursInfinitely velvety + beyond blendable formula12 highly pigmented matte, shimmer, and glitter eyeshadowsShades inspired by California-local artist, Robin EisenbergPalette is straight off a space pod with planetary + cosmic vibesVegan + vibrant. Cool, not cruel.


Naked × Robin Eisenberg Swatches

Moonsand- Ivory satin eyeshadow

Solar Storm- Soft taupe brown matte eyeshadow

Pulsar- Nude to pink eyeshadow

Ion- Bronze glitter eyeshadow

Mango Sun- Coral matte eyeshadow

Exoplanet- Cranberry-red glitter eyeshadow

Foxfire- Brick red matte eyeshadow

Holidaze- Muted burgundy-red glitter eyeshadow

Home Planet- Bright periwinkle matte eyeshadow 

Ice Crater- Deep blue to purple eyeshadow

Alien Babe- Navy blue glitter eyeshadow

Space Pod- Dark teal-green glitter eyeshadow

My Thoughts 


The shades are absolutely gorgeous. Finally a palette with a shade range worth buying (try to catch a sale if you can). However it's time for UD to drop the Naked concept of their palettes. In my opinion it's misleading because when UD first started with their Naked Palettes the colors were neutral and could be worn everyday. I know that this is a limited release, but how is this palette neutral? This palette would've made a great reintroduction to their Vice Palettes. 


I'm unfamiliar with the artist, Robin Eisenberg, but I think her illustrations on packaging for this palette is eye catching. This palette is great for holiday looks, or special occasion looks. That's about it. So if you're looking for an everyday palette, this is not it. Fall out is minimal, the shades are pigmented, and easy to apply. I like that this palette looks good on every skintone. 


Will you be getting the new UD Naked × Robin Eisenberg Eyeshadow Palette? 


16 comments:

P-and-P said...

Lovely shades. :)

Anonymous said...

Nice review and beautiful makeup look!

Tanza Erlambang said...

colorful eyeshadows and sound good quality...

have a great day

Red Rose Alley said...

Oooo, so many pretty colors in the eye shadow palette. I like the ice crater shade. And two lovely pictures of you, Pilar. You wear make-up well. A happy October week to you.

~Sheri

Adriana Leandro said...

Lovely colors.
I really love the palette.
Kisses!

Jackie Harrison said...

Oh wow the shades are beautiful you rock them Pilar beautifully.

Marie said...

The colors looks so beautiful and so does your makeup Pilar!

Rowena @ rolala loves said...

What a vibrant array of shades! The blues in this palette are especially pretty.

Pilar said...

I agree!

Pilar said...

Thanks!

Pilar said...

I agree, and same to you!

Pilar said...

Thanks! Happy October!

Pilar said...

I agree!

Pilar said...

Thanks!

Pilar said...

Thanks!

Pilar said...

I agree!

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