What's In Urban Decay's Holiday 2016 Collection? There Are New & Throwback Items — PHOTO
August has been soupy, steamy, and sweltering. One way to cool off, besides cranking the A/C, is to think about the upcoming fall and winter seasons and all of the spectacular makeup products that brands will release as part of their holiday sets. Urban Decay teased its 2016 Holiday Collection and OMFG! It slays. The brand posted a photo of some of its holiday offerings on its official Instagram and it's a mixed bag of brand new products, like the just-announced Naked Ultimate Basics Palette, as well as throwbacks. Of course the brand's recently launched Vice Lipsticks are a part of the Urban Decay holiday range, as well.
It is truly a sight to behold for Beauty Junkies that are happy to add any and all Urban Decay products to their stashes.
There are lipsticks, lashes, and of course there are palettes. Urban Decay is known for its blockbuster holiday palettes. I am going to guess that the brand will issue other holiday items, like a mega palette of some sort, along with what's in this photo. This might not be the entirety of UD Holiday 2016. It's likely just the first taste of what's to come.
Bustle reached out to Urban Decay reps to inquire about the brand's holiday selections. We'll let you know if and when we hear back.
UPDATE: Urban Decay reps responded to let us know they have no further information at this time.
For now, let's gawk at what we know about Urban Decay Holiday 2016 so far.
There is a lot of Naked-ness and a lot of Vices in this collection. Because #YouLookBetterNaked and #LipstickIsMyVice. Don't you want to dive headfirst into those products and play? There truly is something for everyone.
See the Moondust shadows and the Vice Lipstick Palette, which had been rumored? How these products will be packaged and sold remains TBD. But at least now we have an idea of what will be featured as part of the holiday selections.
It's amazing, isn't it? It's also part of the holiday range.
Christmas and the holiday season can't get here fast enough.
Images: Urban Decay/Instagram (2)