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Urban Decay Wants You to Get Naked this Fall

Urban Decay Naked

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With the new products by luxury makeup brand Urban Decay, you can bare all and get naked without actually stripping down. The cosmetics giant is expanding their Naked line, which debuted with a palette in 2010, to include foundation and other items. The line will consist of two vitamin-enriched collections to ensure you get an overall cheeky look. Urban Decay Naked Skin Weightless Ultra Definition Liq
The first of those will hit stores this fall and build the Naked Skin sector of the line. Naked Skin Weightless Ultra Definition Liquid Makeup is made of an oil- and paraben-free formula that will leave skin looking— dare I say— airbrushed. The makeup is heavy with nutrients including green tea, vitamin E, and anti-wrinkle and lifting peptides, however it feels weightless on the skin. Best of all, the foundation will come in a multitude of 18 shades, so there’s definitely something for everyone. At $38 per 1 oz. bottle, the makeup is already rolling out to U.S. retailers like Sephora, Ulta and Macy’s.
Urban Decay Eyeshadow Palette

Naked Basics, a six-pan matte palette, will be available at the end of this year. At $27, it will be very similar in shape to other Naked palettes, but smaller. And if you feel especially festive this holiday season, keep your eyes out for the label’s 20-shade Vice Palette, ($59) which includes a double-ended Good Karma Shadow and Crease Brush. And of course, 2013 will give you the opportunity to achieve wickedly beautiful looks with products that will celebrate the release of the film, Oz: The Great and Powerful.

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Urban Decay Eyeshadow

Nicolle Keogh

Nicolle graduated from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX in 2011 with degrees in Journalism and French. Originally from the East Coast, she is a recent San Diego transplant who is trying to take advantage of all that this sunny city has to offer. She was a contributor to her campus newspapers at SMU and was previously the Editor of San Diego-based start-up DailyCrowdsource....(Read More)

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