Urban Decay’s New Shapeshifter Palette Will Help You Sculpt Your Face

Urban Decay's palette game is strong. From the iconic Naked Palettes to the Ultimate Basics Palette, the brand knows how to craft a gorgeous collection. Now, the Urban Decay Naked Skin Shapeshifter Palette has made its online debut, and it's going to help you get a perfectly sculpted face. While the brand's eyeshadow palettes may just be their most well known, the latest addition to the Urban Decay palette family seems like it may give the famous Naked Palette a run for its money.

On Monday, Urban Decay surprised fans by dropping news of the latest addition to the popular Naked Skin line. The Shapeshifter Palette expands on the foundations, concealers, highlighters, and color correctors already available. What exactly is in the Shapeshifter Palette, though? The collection is designed to help beauty fans contour and highlight their faces whether it's for day or not, and the palette features all the tools that someone could need.

Urban Decay Shapeshifter Palette, $45, Sephora

In a video posted to the brand's Facebook page, Chief Creative Officer Wende Zomnir debuted the palette and everything it can do. Inside, fans of the brand will find both powders and creams in a range from light to deep. The palette comes in two different colorways, though, to make sure that all skin tones are able to utilize this perfect sculpting palette.

The palette is split into two different sections. One section features five creams that can be used to color correct and highlight. The other side features four powders fans can utilize in order to contour their face for an everyday or evening look.

Urban Decay Shapeshifter Palette, $45, Sephora

One of the best parts about the Shapeshifter Palette is its compact design. Zomnir even mentions herself how she can use the palette on shoots without bringing a ton of products along with her. In addition to the palette itself, though, there is also a Shapeshifter brush meant to be used directly with the new product. There's no word though on whether the double ended Shapeshifter brush is included with the palette or will be a seperate purchase. Regardless of whether or not the brush is included, though, fans are stoked.

Some are even already planning their purchases.

As of yet, there has been no word on when the palette is set to release or how much it will cost. However, considering that the palette just debuted on Monday, news is sure to come in the next several days. Until then, we can all just bask in the gorgeous glory of the new Urban Decay Shapeshifter Palette and all of its perfection.