Urban Decay have announced a brand new palette and we're totally in love 7 months ago

Urban Decay have announced a brand new palette and we're totally in love

Urban Decay have unveiled a brand new palette - and we're totally in love.

The Stay Naked Threesome is the perfect palette for when you're on the go. It consists of a bronzer, highlighter and blush - all in one place.

Each one of the powders is said to have an intense staying power, with the company promising that it will last up to 14 hours.

And the Stay Naked Threesome comes in three different shades: Fly, Naked  and Rise.

 

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"Use Stay Naked Threesome's super-blendable and buildable bronzer, highlighter, or blush solo to spotlight features or combine for allover radiance," the company advises on how to use the product.

"You get silky-smooth texture with a natural satin finish that never goes on streaky or cakey."

The palette follows in the footsteps of the company's Naked Flushed palette, which comes in six different shades.

It is currently available on Urban Decay's website and stores in the UK, with it set to hit Urban Decay retailers beginning January 16.

We're keeping our fingers crossed that it will be similar for Ireland - this would be perfect for party season.

The news comes after the company recently unveiled the Stay Naked The Fix Powder Foundation, a 16-hour-wear powder foundation that "lasts through whatever life throws at you."

The 24 shade range is currently available on Urban Decay's website and stores in the UK, with it set to hit Urban Decay retailers beginning January 16.

"Everything you love about Stay Naked—now in a powder. Meet Stay Naked The Fix Powder Foundation, 24 shades of our vegan formula* longwear foundation with medium buildable coverage and a real-skin matte finish that lasts up to 16 hours," the company said of the product. "Designed with 9 shade intensities in mind, it’s the easiest way to get your fix of Stay Naked."