Drop Everything — Urban Decay Is Launching Their New Naked Honey Palette And We’re Buzzin’ For It

No lie — it’s hard to keep things under wraps when it comes to beauty launches especially when it’s from some of the cult beauty brands. In this case, Urban Decay Cosmetics Naked Honey Palette (eek!). Despite last year’s fiasco when the brand decided to discontinue its iconic Naked Palette (we still feel a little sour over it), Urban Decay has upped its game and came back even stronger with the introduction of newfound favourites, like the Naked Cherry Palette back in September 2018,  Naked Reloaded in February 2019, and most recently, their new Naked Honey Palette — sweet! 

Urban Decay latest Naked Honey Palette
Urban Decay latest Naked Honey Palette

Sure, we may still be partial to our particular favourites, but can we all just take a moment to admire the brand’s most recent debut?!

We can’t help but to pore over the launch of the Naked Honey palette and if you’re as big of a beauty fan as we are then this number is sure to make your heart rates spike.

Urban Decay Naked Honey Palette shades (L — R): Flyby, Sweet, Swarm, Amber, Keeper, Golden, Honey, Queen, Hive, Drip, HBIC, and Sting

Unlike previous launches, the newfangled eyeshadow palette comes in 12 pans of shimmer and matte texture shadows that are full of honey-toned neutrals from soft tans, smooth beiges to glittery golds, and sugary caramel tones. Speaking of which, the palette comes in a hive of hues with bee-themed names such as Sting (a warm brown matte), Honey (an intense gold metallic) and Queen (a golden brown shimmer) — how apt!

The new Urban Decay Naked Honey Palette comes with a double-ended brush
The new Urban Decay Naked Honey Palette comes with a double-ended brush.

In comparison to the Naked Reloaded launch, UD fans will be glad to know that the new palette will come with a vegan and cruelty-free double-ended brush  — one end can be used as a smudger brush and the other as a tapered crease brush to create the perfect statement eye!



But it doesn’t end there. In fact, what we love most about the Naked Honey palette is, hands down, its versatility. With a wearable assortment of shadows, drafting out your look, whether you’re going to the office or to the club, just got a whole lot easier. It’s literally the perfect autumn eyeshadow wardrobe that you need to have this season — and like all Urban Decay palettes it’s definitely one that’s not to be missed.

Before the palette drops in stores this September, here’s a closer take at Urban Decay’s Global Citizen, Lizzo’s stunning look with the latest buzzworthy palette. Double tap if you’re buzzin’ on this look — we know we are.




Urban Decay Naked Honey Eyeshadow Palette ($83), will be available from 19 September 2019 at all Sephora stores and online at sephora.sg and from 10 October at the Urban Decay freestanding store at Ngee Ann City B1-32.