Urban Decay Naked Nail Color Takes the Palettes to the Next Level
Sweeping on any one of the perfectly curated neutral shades from one of the Naked palettes is an essential milestone for any makeup lover. And with the new Urban Decay Naked Nail Color, you can enjoy that first-time feeling of opening up a fresh Naked palette when polishing all ten of your fingers or toes. The company picked eight shades, all inspired by fan-favorite shadows from the Naked2, Naked Basics, and the brand-new Naked Ultimate Basics palettes. Each are a great way to take a little break from flashy chrome nails in favor of something a bit more natural. (This might be as close as we are willing to get to the #nomakeup vibe for our nails.)
Ready to strip down your nails in the name of your favorite palette? You can choose from Commando (a light taupe), Extra Bitter (a chocolate with orange undertones), Instinct (a mauve), Lethal (an eggplant), Magnet (a smoky gray), Tease (a brownish mauve), and Walk of Shame (a light nude). There’s also my favorite, YDK (a shimmery champagne). It’s the only true shimmer in the collection—you know, just in case you can’t take getting too naked with your nails, like me. You can even paint every nail a different color to really emulate a Naked palette (with some repeats, of course).
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Just like other Urban Decay polishes, the Urban Decay Naked Nail Color comes in the company’s signature edgy bottle with the mini silver rose-eyed skull perched on top. And as usual, the long-wear, chip-resistant formula is just as dependable as the Naked palette shadows.
The Urban Decay Naked Nail Color polishes are available now for $10 each, exclusively on urbandecay.com.