When you are a product addict or a Beauty Junkie, sometimes, it's best to have all your favorite, coordinated products under one roof. That way, you can reach and apply, grab and go, and without too much thought. Urban Decay NAKED Vault Vol. III makes such endeavors and efforts possible. It's a massive, epic, and blockbuster collection of NAKED products. The collection is limited edition and boasts 14 (!!!) products from the NAKED range, including six of the palettes, which traffic in wearable, malleable neutrals. The NAKED Vault Vol. III also boasts a collectible case with a removable inner tray that you can keep in your variety, while the outer shell can be used as storage for jewelry, other products, and more. Or you can leave it in tact so you know where all of your NAKEDs are, at all times, and by sight. It's awesome and you want it. So, how much is the Urban Decay NAKED Vault Vol. III?
The collection costs $300 and is available via the UD site. That may seem totally out of your budget on the surface. But when you take a look at what's inside, you realize that this NAKED Vault an absolute steal. Here is the rundown of what's included in the Urban Decay NAKED Vol. III Vault. The palettes are as follows: NAKED (bronze neutrals), NAKED2 (taupe neutrals), NAKED3 (rose neutrals), NAKED SMOKY (smoky neutrals), NAKED BASICS (warm mattes), and NAKED2 BASICS (taupe mattes).
Then there are the NAKED Flushed highlighters in Naked (medium pink) and Streak (medium peach). You also get 24/7 Glide-On Lip Pencils in two shades: Naked (nude-pink) and Rush (pink-mauve w/soft pearl). Still need more NAKED-ness? You can continue your commando reign with NAKED Ultra Nourishing Lip Gloss in Naked (nude-pink w/pearly pink shift) and Conspiracy (plum-bronze shimmer). Finish with two Vice Lipsticks in Naked (nude-pink cream) and Backtalk (mauve-nude pink comfort matte).
So that's the entire product description. It's deffo worth the 300 bills.
NAKED looks good, doesn't it? Another reason that the NAKED Vault Vol. III is a worthwhile investment? All the shades are classics and universal, which means you will use them all and eventually hit pan. None of the hues will go to waste because they won't go out of style. It's not trendy — it's timeless.
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