Urban Decay Naked Wild West Eyeshadow Palette for Spring 2021

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Urban Decay Naked Wild West Eyeshadow Palette for Spring 2021
Urban Decay Naked Wild West Eyeshadow Palette for Spring 2021
Urban Decay Naked Wild West Eyeshadow Palette for Spring 2021
Urban Decay Naked Wild West Eyeshadow Palette for Spring 2021
Urban Decay Naked Wild West Eyeshadow Palette for Spring 2021
Urban Decay Naked Wild West Eyeshadow Palette for Spring 2021
Urban Decay Naked Wild West Eyeshadow Palette for Spring 2021
Urban Decay Naked Wild West Eyeshadow Palette for Spring 2021
Urban Decay Naked Wild West Eyeshadow Palette for Spring 2021
Urban Decay Naked Wild West Eyeshadow Palette for Spring 2021
Urban Decay Naked Wild West Eyeshadow Palette for Spring 2021
Urban Decay Naked Wild West Eyeshadow Palette for Spring 2021

Release Date + About the Launch

Blaze your own trail with the newest Naked palette featuring a 12-shade lineup of cruelty-free and vegan eyeshadows. From terracotta to deep copper and turquoise green, the shades are inspired by California’s deserts, Joshua trees, and endless skies. Choose from creamy mattes, metallics, and shimmers that blend seamlessly with the included dual-ended eyeshadow brush. The iconic, velvety Naked formula can be used solo or layered to create endless looks.


Products in the Launch

Naked Wild West Eyeshadow Palette, $49.00 (New)

  • Standoff Soft beige matte
  • Spur Pale peach matte
  • Nudie Light warm-brown matte
  • Hold ‘Em Warm bronze creamy metallic
  • Cowboy Rick Warm silver creamy metallic
  • Laredo Taupe matte
  • Bud Soft turquoise shimmer
  • Rustler Deep copper shimmer
  • Ghost Town Terracotta matte
  • Whiskey Rich brown matte
  • Tex Deep blue-green matte
  • Pony Up Cool slate matte


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KV Avatar

Feel like they might owe you a check for this one, Christine. Looks a lot like your Velvet Vale mockup. ; )

In all seriousness, though, this is the first eyeshadow palette from them I’ve liked in a long while.

Laia Avatar

Even though I feel that the Naked forever extension is like beating a dead horse, I really like the colors and the combination! Hopefully it is worth grabbing 🙂

Christina D. Avatar

Finally an UD palette that I will not hesitate to purchase. I’ve skipped almost all of the recent releases but I always enjoy the Naked series.

Sue Avatar

I think beached is their blue colored palette. One of the best colorful naked palettes ever made! They should’ve followed the beached format and produced a smaller palette.

Swoozy Avatar

This is a very nice color story. I hope the quality is there! Not sure if the aqua green and red umber would work for me, but I”d be tempted if the rest of the palette worked well.

Helena Avatar

The oil slick snake print looks really cool. I will reserve any further judgement, lol!

Kinda sorta on the topic of Urban Decay palette packaging: On Saturday I *finally* depotted Mariposa and Heavy Metals, joining Naked 3 that I did some time last year because a couple of the pans fell out on their own, ha ha. I never felt the need to strip down Mariposa; it kind of just came along for the ride with Heavy Metals, which I intended to depot since I unexpectedly found it at work in the returns, BNIB, in 2019 (yep, huge procrastinator!)—but I’m happy that I did because those little pans are really SO much smaller than the tin they were in.
Naked 3 and Mariposa were easy; Heavy Metals took HOURS and some damage was done in the process. I don’t think my Electric palette will be joining them…I don’t want to risk it and the packaging isn’t too unnecessarily bulky anyway.

Agona Avatar

Have you tried the floss method? I find it’s the easiest and doesn’t hurt the packaging. You just use a sewing needle to tuck a piece of dental floss under the pan at two corners and then grab either end and sort of “floss” your way through the glue. Takes a lot of wiggling back and forth at first but I’ve never had it not work.

Ginny Avatar

Depotting the Electric palette is pretty easy. With a knife/box cutter you can separate the the plastic “bed” that holds all the shadows from the housing, it popped right out for me. Then you basically have an “egg-crate” type of situation where you can place each individual “egg” of shadow on a flat iron and then the pans pry out easily with a palette knife.

Lesley Avatar

I like this a lot but I will want to see the swatches next to some from Born to Run before I consider a purchase because sometimes it all looks the same on me. Thank you, Christine, for making it possible to compare swatches side by side.

Mary B. Avatar

Wow, I like the colors, the fact that there’s no black, no chunky glitter, lots of mattes, and not too many shimmers. Also like the packaging, so it’s probably a release-day buy for me.

Ginny Avatar

I like the packaging but it’s still too brown for me. IME terracotta and teal don’t work together in an eye look, even if they look eye catching next to each other in the pans. I wish they had a more violet shade and a more peacock shade in there like the lid colors suggest. Also why did they do the same look on both models… so everyone would buy because of that one green?

Agata Avatar

I’m very pessimistic about the quality given their recent releases. I love the color story though, regardless how little these green shades have to do with naked/neutral tones.
Will have to wait for the reviews!

Stephanie Avatar

I hope this reviews well. I love those colours and they love me. I know I will have lots of dupes, but not all in one palette. That’s always my reasoning. lol

Penny Avatar

I’m excited!! Like that there are plenty of lighter transition, crease shades and then multiple darker ones for outer corner….I’m already figuring out what combo’s I will try…..like that there are so many mattes….
Will probably get it as soon as it comes out….wish it was today! Hope the quality is there……….

Z Avatar

I’ll be happy if these are the color stories to follow those pink palettes of the last few years. I’m still in a low-buy and it’s a lot easier to stick to when unflattering color stories come out. Having said that, I like a few of the transition shades and LOVE the packaging. Love. I’m always a sucker for snake skin and iridescent, holo, or otherwise colorful (non-pink) snakeskin? Yes. Please.

K Avatar

I mean, it’s pretty, but I thought we left the warm tones with a pop of blue/green in 2019. It does seem like the most modern naked palette they’ve done in awhile, but it’s a little stale. Maybe it’s just me?

Silvia Avatar

That bud color looks so beautiful! But I have d so I many repeats of all others. Beautiful though I like the selection range. And at least no black color which I never use. I find it so pricey too! Better be good! 🙂

Susan Nevling Avatar

I love the colors. Although I’m not buying much in the way of eye makeup right now, I will consider this if the performance is decent.

Mandy Avatar

Wish it were being produced by a different company so that I might be interested. I just don’t get excited about UD Naked palettes. Money saver! I also feel like somewhere in my collection, I already own this color story. 🤦‍♀️

Lisrisch Avatar

Pretty packaging aside, Natasha Denona did a really good green-brown color story, albeit a “tad” more expensive (though I’m willing to wager her formula is a “tad” more innovative, as well). Melt did one, too. Also Morphe, e.l.f., Dose, Smashbox, PMG, and Lancôme, to name a few.

UD is behind the curve yet again. When are they going to attempt a duochrome? Or (gasp) multi chrome? Why does every palette need to be Naked?

They discontinue classic, staple palettes (1, 2, Smoky, Basics 1, Ultimate Basics), and then release subpar colorful replacements (Cherry, Honey, Ultraviolet, Wild West). Part of the problem is their marketing. These new palettes should never have been marketed as Naked.

Wild West is a boring warm-toned palette with a pop of turquoise. I’m sure people can replicate this look for ridiculously less money by getting a $6 turquoise Colourpop or Sydney Grace shadow and using a beige and warm coppery brown shadow abounding in their ever-expiring collection. It’s actually insulting that UD thinks this is innovative or interesting and worth $49+tax!

Alicia Avatar

I collect all of the Naked palletes (regardless of the dubious quality of some of them). So, I will define be picking this one up. I’ve never been a fan of green eye shadows with my blue eyes, but damn the color story here is on point! Also some of the best packaging that I have seen from UD in quite awhile.

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