Urban Decay
Urban Decay Naked Cherry Palette
PRICE:
R875.00
Urban Decay Naked Cherry Palette, R875.00

These 12 all-new shades include of-the-moment soft mattes and sizzling metallics, ranging from creamy ivory and shimmering rose gold to the most intense black cherry. We’re addicted to Bing—a deep mauve matte that is right on trend. And we can’t get enough of Drunk Dial, a shimmery metallic burgundy that takes smoky looks to a smoldering climax.

Because serious staying power and shadow that doesn’t flake or fade out on you are non-negotiables, each shade is made from our mind-blowing formula that gives its velvety texture, rich color and blendability.

Adorned with a row of metallic cherries, the crimson compact includes a full-size mirror and double-sided brush—ready for precision application on one end and seamless blending on the other. Whether you’re at the office, in between flights or getting ready at the apartment, Naked Cherry spices up everything from chill neutrals and sexy shimmers to super smoky eyes.

Shades included: Hot Spot (ivory matte) Caution (soft neutral beige matte) Bang Bang (shimmering pink with gold shift and iridescent micro-sparkle) Feelz (soft dusty rose matte) Juicy (soft warm peach) Turn On (pale metallic rose shimmer) Ambitious (metallic rose copper) Bing (deep mauve matte) Devilish (reddish plum matte) Young Love (metallic cranberry) Drunk Dial (deep metallic burgundy) Privacy (deep brownish-plum matte)

Urban Decay is 100% cruelty-free.

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Where they’ve come from

Yearning for makeup with a difference, Sandy Lerner made a bold decision: if the industry’s “big boys” couldn’t satisfy her alternative makeup tastes, she’d satisfy them herself. She teamed up with fellow visionary Wende Zomnir - creative businesswoman and makeup addict –who also recognised the color void and together they unleashed Urban Decay in 1996 with a line of 10 lipsticks and 12 nail enamels.cInspired by seedier facets of the urban landscape, Urban Decay products bore revolutionary and scandalous names like Roach, Smog, Rust, Oil Slick and Acid Rain.

Where they’re going

A favourite of makeup artists and magazine editors alike, Urban Decay products are frequently featured in the international press, claiming prestigious packaging awards and loyal customers in their wake. As they don’t do any animal testing when creating their products, they’ve also taken a stand and won’t supply cosmetics to China.

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