With the 12 shade palettes being so iconic in the industry, it wasn’t going to be long before Urban Decay brought out another one after their success with the Cherry and Heat. Urban Decay decided last year to stop their original nude palette from being on the market (sobs) but instead, replace it with a more beautiful, more pigmented one. Yay!
As always the Nude Reloaded has 12 neutral shades in a mix of shimmer and matte finishes, two of which are much bigger sized than they usually are which to us looks like transition shades (Bribe and Blur) and two other shades are slightly bigger than the others (Barely Baked and Boundaries). People are comparing their latest palette to the Anastasia Beverly Hills Sultry palette, what do you think?
The shades include: Bribe (warm ivory matte), Barely Baked (soft gold metallic), Angel Fire (pale rose-gold iridescent micro-shimmer), Retro (bright peach matte), Reputation (deep rose-gold iridescent micro-shimmer), Burn (copper-burgundy metallic), End Game ( Chocolate brown matte), Dreamweaver (cool brown iridescent 3D Sparkle), Distilled (bronze metallic), Buckled (warm brown matte), Boundaries (warm terracotta matte), Blur (light nude matte).
The new palette will be available to purchase on 17th February and is retailed at £38.