For Naked Palette Lovers, The Holidays Are Coming Early

Photo: Courtesy of Urban Decay.
Naked Palette fans, gird your loins. Urban Decay is releasing the mother of all Naked sets — the Naked Vault. No, that isn't some crazy sex den, although that may or may not be where my mind went when I first heard the name. According to the brand's blog, it's a collection of a dozen of UD's most popular Naked products.
The box of gorgeousness is stacked with three, full-sized Naked palettes, three matching eyeliners, three palettes of Naked Flushed, and three Naked Lipglosses. But, before you have a total meltdown and leave whatever it is you're doing to go buy one, take note. The vault retails for $280. Now, that's a pretty hefty sum — you could totally buy a killer pair of boots for that cash — but I crunched the numbers. If you were to go and buy these goodies piecemeal, it would come out to about $372. So, Urban Decay is saving you roughly $92. Isn't that nice of them?
Naked Vault hits UD's website on October 30, so you have just under a week to pinch your pennies. Scoot on over to their blog to see the set in all its glory. Just try not to drool on the screen, 'kay?


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