The Urban Decay Naked Vault II Is Here And OMG IT’S PERFECT


Run, don’t walk, to the nearest computer and head to The newest Urban Decay Naked Vault II is about to go live and you need it. You need it like you need air to breathe.

In case you don’t remember, this is what last year’s Naked Vault looked like. It came with the first three Naked palettes, three blushes, three eyeliners, and three lip products.

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Get your credit card info ready because this is the newest and second volume of the Naked Vault:

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It’s literally perfect. The Urban Decay Naked Vault II comes with SIX palettes: all four versions of the Naked palettes and both versions of the Naked Basics palettes. So. Many. Neutrals. While it kind of sucks that this Vault doesn’t come with any extras, like eyeliner or lip products, six palettes is pretty amazing. It retails at for $165, which is totally a steal considering the full Naked palettes each retail for $54 and the Naked Basics will cost you $29 if you were to buy them individually. You’re actually saving yourself over $100 by buying this beautiful thing. Wow, you’re so good with money.

Naturally, everyone with a face is currently drooling over the newest Naked Vault.

According to Sephora’s website, the palette is only available online so when it sells out, it’s gone. Sephora says it’ll become available for purchase soon, and when it inevitably sells out, we’ll be sure to update this post.

Get it while you can, because I’m sure this thing is going to sell like hotcakes. Or like the previous Naked Vault.

Update 10/28/15: It sold out. Of course. If you didn’t grab it before it was gone, better luck next year!

[via Cosmopolitan]

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