Yesterday I shared a way to get the look with the Urban Decay Naked Honey Eyeshadow Palette. The look came before the swatch photos and review because I was just that excited for this new makeup launch. You can really do so much with this palette and it’s more wearable than you even realize (which, IMO, is a very good thing).
what is it
The Urban Decay Naked Honey Palette contains 12 matte and metallic “golden neutrals” and one double-ended brush to create a beautiful smoked out look to take you from day-to-night or just direct to 70’s siren status.
Flyby (ivory satin), Sweet (neutral beige matte), Swarm (soft mustard matte), Amber (metallic copper shimmer), Keeper (mustard brown matte), Golden (rich gold shimmer), Honey (intense gold metallic), Queen (golden brown shimmer), Hive (warm brown matte), Drip (warm reddish-brown matte), HBIC (rosy bronze shimmer) and Sting (deep warm brown matte)
Just when I thought Urban Decay couldn’t top Naked Reloaded they release Naked Honey. I’m in love with Naked Honey & no one will change my mind. It’s a wearable, warm-toned, gilded palette of beautiful eyeshadows that you can wear any time, anywhere. Between this palette and Reloaded I’d be set for everything I need in the world of eye shadow (except for a deep dark blackened brown matte).
I love the wavy, plastic packaging, mirror size, brush…. the matte formula is other level and you don’t need to use the metallics wet to get an impact. The shades wear all day over primer without fading or creasing.
Naked Honey has transition shades, a matte brow bone shade and warm metallic colors for all occasion. You probably have similar in your collection, but I can’t sit here and say you wouldn’t love this palette (if you’re into warm colors). I highly recommend picking it up or putting it on your wishlist.
The Urban Decay Naked Honey Eyeshadow Palette is swatched below dry and on bare skin (no primers):