Stop what you're doing, because this is a deal you won't want to miss. For a limited time only, Urban Decay's Naked Skin Shapeshifter Palette is available for purchase. The brand new palette has face powders and creams like you've never seen before, so this is some major news. The only catch is that you have to know the right place to shop. Here's everything you need to know, so you don't miss a thing.
Remember when Urban Decay announced their new face palette? Well, they left out a very important detail — the launch date. Although they still haven't announced exactly when this product will be available for everyone, they did put together an early shopping opportunity. According to the brand's social media announcement, you can shop their Naked Skin Shapeshifter Palette on the Sephora App while supplies last. That could be day or minutes, but I'm willing to bet it's the later.
As of May 10 at noon, there are still in stock on the app. The website, however is a different story. Urban Decay didn't announce that they would have any on their website, but that didn't stop fans from finding the few that they stocked up. Unfortunately, those are gone until launch day.
In case you're not familiar, the palette comes in two different shades — Light Medium Shirt and Medium Dark Shift. It has four powder products and five cream products to give you the most chiseled look possible. Plus there's a big mirror in-between the two sides, so your products won't mix. Oh, and there's a brush to go with it. They really thought of everything.
There's no telling when the next time to snag the palette will be, but the price is going to stay the same. If you looking to stock up on face items, get ready to spend $45. That's a small price to pay for all of the products you get. All in all, it breaks down to $5 per product. At that price, it wouldn't surprise me if these sold out just as fast the second time around.
So what are you waiting for? Go get over to the app and stock up on your palette before it's too late! After all, something this great won't be around forever.