Flash Post: Nearly Naked

Naked Nail Palette Urban Decay


What It Is: I know in light of my randy ‘Love Me Tender’ post the other day a few of you may have been feeling squeamish by the mere sight of today’s post title, but rest assured, there’s nothing raunchy about Urban Decay’s limited edition line of polishes inspired by their legendary ‘Naked’ and ‘Naked 2’ eyeshadow palettes. For the uninformed, Urban Decay has released two blockbuster eyeshadow palettes with various shades and finishes of universally flattering and therefore ‘neutral’ shadows to create clean daytime looks and sexy nighttime smokey eyes alike. This six-bottle collection carries on the same principles, with shades that tilt toward that indescribable peachy-fleshy-beigey-taupey family of colours, with a mix of formulas that finish both creamy and glittery.

Who It’s For: Your sister’s birthday, because the beauty counter is basically her home away from home. Your beauty blogging best friend, because she knows she has a problem and a good friend is an enabler if nothing else. Your tres hip mom, because ladies of any age can pull off these shades.

What It Costs: $30 for the set. Just a note, these are mini bottles of polish, however because they’re pretty high in quality, you can probably get away with one coat to stretch their lifespans.

Where It’s At: I spotted them at Sephora, which is really an unfair bottomless vat of amazing gift ideas at this point.


Want a Rodial bonus entry? Just take a look at the palette here and tell me which shade you’d be most eager to try (they’re listed in order under ‘This Set Contains’).

29 Responses to “Flash Post: Nearly Naked”
  1. From the palette I like the shade “Hustle: A gorgeous, shimmery eggplant purple. A little more appropriate for the fall season, but beautiful none-the-less”

  2. I would get Toasted…. even the name rocks.

  3. janicour says:

    I liked the Toasted colour also. I would also have tried Smog.

  4. Ohh I love this! Like the palette, my favourite would be Hustle.

  5. Victoria Ess says:

    I think Hustle would be my favourite!

  6. Ooooh Britt I’ve been reading about these on beauty blogs and covet this set!

  7. Jenny says:

    Sidecar is my kind of polish!

  8. Alison Braidwood says:

    Very urban and cool. I like Naked.

  9. Erika E says:

    I’d like to try Creep.

  10. Natalie S says:

    Side car seems like a fun colour!

  11. linnett says:

    Love the color Hustle, thanks

  12. Donnas says:

    I think I’d like Smog.

  13. Joan G says:

    I want to try HUSTLE.

  14. Julie G. says:

    Sidecar is my pick.

  15. Danielle says:

    My fav is Hustle

  16. Susan says:

    The shade that I would like to try is Naked. #CGG

  17. Alison K says:

    Find Of The Month: Rodial bonus entry #2: “Naked” would be the shade I’d be most eager to try. Thanks.

  18. Elaan says:

    ha ha – Creep!

  19. Dreena says:

    I’d like to try the “Creep” shade of polish.

  20. leah says:

    I like the “naked” colour. Classy!

  21. Tania B says:

    I like Hustle the best. Pretty and not too over the top.

  22. Rajbinder Kaur Dhugha says:

    Lovely collection, I think I love them all but “creep” would be my #1 pick!

  23. Sandra says:

    what beautiful colours. I’d love to try them all – different attitude for different occastions! gorgeous.

  24. Sandra says:

    I think Hustle is the most neutral for biz, though I’d like to try them all with various dinner outfits.

  25. Rose says:

    I like toasted too.

  26. diane says:

    Beautiful colours, I like naked.

  27. donyadonya says:

    All so pretty !! But I myself will have to go naked !!

  28. Christine S says:

    creep’s my favorite

  29. Marie Boyce says:

    Hustle is for me!

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