Urban Decay Naked Ultraviolet Eyeshadow Palette

Phase 2 post-circuit breaker has begun, which means that some of us may be heading out more often than we had in the last two months.

While the mask may cover half of our faces and not allow us to show off that hot red lipstick we’ve been dying to wear, it doesn’t mean we can’t stay on our makeup A game with arresting eye makeup.

Urban Decay Naked Ultraviolet

This is why the new Urban Decay Naked Ultraviolet Eyeshadow Palette may be the first thing you want to get from Sephora when it reopens. (Note: the product is also available on Sephora.sg)

 

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The Naked Ultraviolet Eyeshadow Palette consists of 12 highly saturated shadows, across a combo of lucid metallics, supercharged mattes, and holographic shimmers.

Urban Decay Naked Ultraviolet Pigment Swatches

Some of our favourite shades? Mindslip, a matte peach shade that will complement most skin tones, V.R. an iridescent raspberry shimmer that will update your smoky eyes, and Warning, a super pigmented magenta that your friends can see from a mile away.

Need inspiration for eye makeup looks? Here are a few seen on UD Global Citizens Camila Mendes, Normani, and G.E.M.

Urban Decay Naked Ultraviolet Eye Makeup Looks
Urban Decay Naked Ultraviolet Eyeshadow Palette retails for S$83 and is already available at Sephora.sg. It will launch officially at all Sephora stores from 2 July.

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