Urban Decay Naked Honey Palette Review

The Urban Decay Naked Palette series, is firmly established worldwide. In recent years, this has expanded from it’s nude based hues, to include the ‘Honey’ palette. This has 12 golden shades to create both light, shimmery looks and more smoldering ambers.

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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.

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The Shades

This palette includes seven matte shades and five metallic. All incredibly pigmented.
The Honey Palette comes with a vegan* and cruelty-free double-ended brush.

Flyby (matte pearl with a subtle sparkle)
Sweet (matte warm almond)
Swarm (matte toffee with cool undertones)
Amber (metallic copper with warm undertones)
Keeper (ultra-matte warm tawny brown)
Golden (metallic gold with bronze undertones)
Honey (metallic honey with yellow undertones)
Queen (metallic bronze with rich brunette undertones)
Hive (shimmering cider brown)
Drip (matte clay with mahogany undertones)
HBIC (metallic copper with cool peach undertones)
Sting (matte mahogany with red undertones)

*Vegan formula: does not contain animal-derived ingredients or by products

 

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