What happens when you combine richly pigmented Martian mattes with out-of-this-world meteor shower shimmers – an extraterrestrial palette perfect for cosmic-makeup looks. Urban Decay partnered with LA-based artist, Robin Eisenberg, to create 12 boldly pigmented matte and shimmer eyeshadows in warm & cool-tones. With colors inspired by her iconic artwork, this palette brings alien makeup to life from a world beyond the galaxy. This is a limited edition holiday palette available now! Whether you’re looking for bold eye glitter shades for your upcoming holiday makeup or warm neutrals for everyday wear, this palette range is suited for toned-down or turned-up looks. Each shade is made with Urban Decay’s famous signature Naked formula, delivering velvety texture, richly pigmented color, and extreme blend-ability.
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- Surreal staying power up to 12 hours
- Infinitely velvety + beyond blendable formula
- 12 highly pigmented matte, shimmer, and glitter eyeshadows
- Shades inspired by California-local artist, Robin Eisenberg
- Palette is straight off a space pod with planetary + cosmic vibes
- Vegan + vibrant. Cool, not cruel.
- Moonsand – Ivory satin eyeshadow
- Solar Storm – Soft taupe brown matte eyeshadow
- Pulsar – Nude to pink eyeshadow
- Ion – Bronze glitter eyeshadow
- Mango Sun – Coral matte eyeshadow
- Exoplanet – Cranberry-red glitter eyeshadow
- Foxfire – Brick red matte eyeshadow
- Holidaze – Muted burgundy-red glitter eyeshadow
- Home Planet – Bright periwinkle matte eyeshadow
- Ice Crater – Deep blue to purple eyeshadow
- Alien Babe – Navy blue glitter eyeshadow
- Space Pod – Dark teal-green glitter eyeshadow
I really enjoy this palette – the colors are fun and bright but surprisingly easy to use in everyday looks. The matte shades are buttery soft and very pigmented. The shimmer shades are not quite as pigmented, but it seems if you get past that initial pressed layer, you do get more color payoff. My least favorite shade of the bunch is Moonsand, because it goes on quite sheer, even for a highlighter shade. The shades that I’ve been using the most include Solar Storm, Pulsar, Holidaze, and Home Planet. Overall, I’d recommend this palette! It’s been a minute since a Naked palette excited me, but this one sure did! I’ve been reaching for it ever since I got it and keep finding new combinations.
Get Yours Now at Urban Decay and Sephora
Urban Decay has a whole holiday collection with Robin Eisenberg featuring the palette, a travel eyeshadow primer potion and travel all nighter setting spray set, 24-7 glide-on eye pencil in two limited edition shades, a limited-edition holiday makeup kit with eyeshadow primer potion and best-seller moondust shadow, a set of two all nighter setting spray, and a holiday makeup kit with the eyeshadow palette, perversion mascara, and eyeshadow primer potion, and finally a travel set with all nighter setting spray, perversion mascara and vice lipstick. You can get yours at Urban Decay or Sephora.