I love the holiday season! Christmas tree’s, pretty wrapped parcels, hot cocoa, spending time with loved ones: I could go on forever! I typically start feeling festive AFTER Halloween but this year there have been so many exciting holiday palettes being announced, it’s hard not to feel the spirit early!
One of the palette’s that is definitely on my Santa wish list: The Urban Decay Naked Vault. The name seems quite risqué, but any aficionados of the Urban Decay brand will not bat an eye lash.
The Urban Decay Naked palettes are above cult status, I would say they are iconic. Chances are if you watch beauty tutorials on Youtube: you have seen atleast one of these palettes used. When a new version is released they are often impossible to find because they sell out so fast. I have mixed feelings about these palettes (Let me know if you want a review!) but for practicality and range I am definitely a fan. Each individual kit can be used to create a range of styles be it for day wear or a look for the evening. They are great for traveling as you can throw one into you makeup bag and be good to go instead of needing to pack multiple individual eye shadows.
The Urban Decay Naked Vault consists of: The original Naked Palette, Naked2 Palette, Naked3 Palette, Naked Basics, Naked2 Basics, Naked flush (Blush), Naked double ended pencil, Naked2 double ended pencil, Naked3 double ended pencil, Naked Ultra Nourishing Lipgloss Nooner, Naked Ultra Nourishing Lipgloss Rule 34, and Naked Ultra Nourishing Lipgloss Streak. (Picture from the Urban Decay Website)
The Urban Decay Naked Vault will be hitting the UD website today: October 30th. It looks like it will be selling for 280$, versus the 360$ that it would cost you to purchase each element separately. The Urban Decay Facebook page also warned that this box set will be extremely limited edition, so if you are splurging on one, act quickly! Sephora is carrying the Vault as well at 336$ Canadian dollars, but they are currently sold out.