New! Urban Decay Naked Wild West Palette Review, Swatches + Eye Look
The Urban Decay Naked Wild West Palette just landed! It’s a vegan eyeshadow palette and it instantly peaked my interest when it launched. I always gravitate towards neutrals with pops of color and I just think this palette is beautiful. The packaging is unique and the color selection is thoughtful and fun.
The Naked Wild West Palette consists of 12 desert-inspired neutrals. The colors all look like something that would go so well with so many outfits in my closet but some of these shades may already exist in your collection.
This palette is mostly made up of mattes, with a few metallics and shimmers.
Standoff (soft beige matte)
Spur (pale peach matte)
Nudie (light warm-brown matte)
Laredo (taupe matte)
Ghost Town (terracotta matte)
Whiskey (rich brown matte)
Tex (deep blue-green matte)
Pony Up (cool slate matte)
Hold ‘em (warm bronze creamy metallic)
Cowboy Rick (warm silver creamy metallic)
Bud (soft turquoise shimmer)
Rustler (deep copper shimmer)
I found a couple of the shades (spur and nudie) to be on the chalky side but Ghost Town, Tex and Pony Up had very little fallout and were very pigmented. I have oily eyelids so I was fully expecting my look to fade quickly but it actually last several hours. Here’s a photo of the first look I created with this palette.
I tend to do always do easy and simple eye makeup (I mean this blog is appropriately titled The Beauty Minimalist) and so I opted for a warm-toned look to match my cardigan. First, I primed my lids with the UD Primer Potion. I applied Standoff all over the lid, Spur in the crease, Ghost Town in the outer crease, Hold’em on the lid to make it pop, and then I applied Tex on my upper lash line and extended it out a bit. That deep teal color is just so gorgeous. To keep my eye and face makeup in place I sprayed my trusty UD All Nighter Makeup Setting Spray. I really love how this turned out.
The Urban Decay Wild West Palette is $49 and comes with a dual-ended brush. Available online at Sephora and UrbanDecay.com (currently backordered). It will also be available online at Ulta and Nordstrom on February 28th.
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*I purchased the Urban Decay Naked Wild West Palette with my $100 Sephora Rouge Reward (in exchange for 2,500 points).
Ooh this is so pretty! I was hesitant because I’m pale, but after seeing it on your skin tone I think it may work for me.
Yes, that was my biggest concern too! These colors are more flattering than I ever thought they would be. I purchase it using my Sephora points too so I wasn’t going to be able to return anyways haha