The beauty behemoth. Urban Decay‘s 14-part Naked Vault Collection Vol III.
So what’s all inside? Here’s the rundown.
The Original Naked Palette
Described as “bronze neutrals,” this is the palette that started it all. A classic, a real OG, and $54 on its own.
Naked 2 Palette
These taupe neutrals are just as on trend now as they were five years ago when they launched. If you’re strictly a daytime smoky eye lover, you may want to consider buying this on its own.
Naked 3 Palette
These rosy shades are so Instagrammable it hurts. All 12 shades are extremely versatile and the metallics can easily double as a highlighter in a pinch. Lovers of pinks and peaches can grab this palette here.
Remember when this palette came along and girls’ night out got an instant upgrade? Eyeshadow masters and novices alike can certainly appreciate having the guesswork taken out of a classic smoky eye. Cop the palette on its own for the standard 54 buckaroos right here.
Much love to anyone who can say that out loud and not chuckle! The Naked Basics palette is all mattes and only 29 bucks over at Urban Decay’s site.
Naked 2 Basics
These cooler mattes are super pigmented and never chalky. Fair skin tones will love this range, at only $29 by itself.
Naked Flushed Palettes
24/7 Glide-On Lip Pencils
Urban Decay’s lip pencils in “Naked,” pictured above, and “Rush,” a pearlescent pinkish mauve. Shop them and more of the 51-part collection here, each pencil retails for $20.
Naked Ultra Moisturizing Lipglosses
Two glosses are included in the Naked Vault Vol III: “Naked,” a nude pink, and “Conspiracy,” a shimmering bronze. Wanna add a few of these shades to your kit? You can shop them all here for 20 bucks each.
What UD release would be complete without their iconic lipsticks? “Naked,” a pinkish nude with a creamy finish, and “Backtalk,” a mauve matte, round out the collection. You can shop all the Vice lipsticks here for $17.
All together that’s $452 worth of makeup for $300. The Urban Decay Naked Vault Volume III is available NOW, so who’s copping?