Urban Decay has launched its first ever vegan Naked Palette, Naked Wild West

The Naked Wild West is a nod to the original Naked Palette and the first ever vegan edition

Models wearing and holding the Urban Decay Naked Wild West Palette
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Who doesn't love a good Naked Palette? Nobody we know, that's for sure. In a new move for the brand, Urban Decay has just announced its first ever vegan edition, the Naked Wild West – and, trust us, it looks mega

With a selection of taupe, brown and bronze eyeshadows inside, this new launch is a nod to the original Naked Palette (sadly now discontinued, RIP), but with a "tonal twist" of rich teal and turquoise shades.

Housed inside iridescent, snakeskin print packaging, the 12 matte and shimmer shades have the same richly pigmented and blendable finishes that we know and love – without using any ingredients derived from animals.

The Urban Decay Naked Wild West Palette packaging

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The palette is of course complete with the signature Naked Palette dual-ended brush, to help you create endless day and night time looks.

So if Veganuary has become a permanent thing for you, you no longer have to miss out on the Naked Palette fun. Hurrah!

What are the Naked Wild West Palette shades?

Urban Decay is known for its excellent shade names, and this palette is no exception. The cowboy inspired shades (left to right) are as follows.

The Urban Decay Naked Wild West shades

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  • Standoff – a matte beige
  • Spur – a matte peach
  • Nudie – a matte warm brown
  • Hold 'Em – a metallic bronze
  • Cowboy Rick – a metallic warm silver
  • Laredo – a matte taupe
  • Bud – a shimmery turquoise
  • Rustler – a shimmery copper
  • Ghost Town – a matte terracotta
  • Whiskey – a matte dark brown
  • Tex – a matte blue-green
  • Pony Up – a matte slate
Pre-order the Urban Decay Naked Wild West Palette, $49, Sephora

Pre-order the Urban Decay Naked Wild West Palette, $49, Sephora

Naked Wild West is already available to preorder from Sephora, while in the UK the palette will drop exclusively on Urban Decay's website on February 9.

Don't know about you, but we can't wait to get our hands on the latest addition to the Naked Palette family!

Lucy Abbersteen

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