4 August 2015
Urban Decay's autumn 2015 eyeshadows palette could be used by a painter to capture the impression of a metropolitan city
It's just early August and everybody enjoys summer here in Vienna. But as always in fashion and beauty, the next looks are already in stores (or announced) such as the 12 color palette from the 'Naked Smoky' collection by Urban Decay. The palette makes think of the colors of an urban environment in autumn - and the color palette of a naturalistic painter who mixed the pigments for the blank canvas. The metallic tone 'Dirtysweet' (bronze, second from left) could be used to paint light-reflections on the love promising bike locks of a romantic city bridge or the velvet 'Black Market' tone for the mysterious narrow, only at the first view 'silent' roads (7th color from left) where shadows dissolve in nothing...
The outer case of the package (not on view on this page) of the 'Naked Smoky' eyeshadows palette is inspired by smoky glass coffee tables of the 70ies such as it's explained at the Urban Decay product video.
(In Austria, the Urban Decay palette will be available from early September at Douglas and Marionnaud.)