Urban Decay x Robin Eisenberg Naked Eyeshadow Palette for Holiday 2022

Urban Decay x Robin Eisenberg Naked Eyeshadow Palette for Holiday 2022

Release Date + About the Launch

What happens when you combine richly pigmented Martian mattes with out-of-this-world meteor shower shimmers – an extraterrestrial palette perfect for cosmic-makeup looks. Urban Decay partnered with LA-based artist, Robin Eisenberg, to create 12 boldly pigmented matte and shimmer eyeshadows in warm & cool-tones. With colors inspired by Robin Eisenberg’s iconic artwork, this palette brings alien makeup to life from a world beyond the galaxy.

Now online

Products in the Launch

Robin Eisenberg Eyeshadow Palette, $54.00 (Limited Edition)

  • Moonsand Ivory satin eyeshadow
  • Solar Storm Soft taupe brown matte eyeshadow
  • Pulsar Nude to pink eyeshadow
  • Ion Bronze glitter eyeshadow
  • Mango Sun Coral matte eyeshadow
  • Exoplanet Cranberry-red glitter eyeshadow
  • Foxfire Brick red matte eyeshadow
  • Holidaze Muted burgundy-red glitter eyeshadow
  • Home Planet Bright periwinkle matte eyeshadow
  • Ice Crater Deep blue to purple eyeshadow
  • Alien Babe Navy blue glitter eyeshadow
  • Space Pod Dark teal-green glitter eyeshadow

Urban Decay x Robin Eisenberg Naked Eyeshadow Palette for Holiday 2022

Urban Decay x Robin Eisenberg Naked Eyeshadow Palette for Holiday 2022

Urban Decay x Robin Eisenberg Naked Eyeshadow Palette for Holiday 2022

Urban Decay x Robin Eisenberg Naked Eyeshadow Palette for Holiday 2022


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raja Avatar

At this point they should just rebrand themselves as Naked Cosmetics, because they put Naked on almost every single release that isn’t All-Nighter. Let it go, it’s not a franchise worth saving.

Swoozy Avatar

Sigh. We know the quality won’t be there right? Otherwise, this looks interesting – just vibrant enough to be different, but shades realistic for me to use.

Christina D. Avatar

Oh Urban Decay…what has become of you? This does not look like a Naked series palette. It doesn’t even look like an Urban Decay palette — I initially thought it was RImmel or some other drugstore brand. I don’t understand the color story and I really hate the advertising copy (Martian mattes)? I admit I don’t know who Robin Eisenberg is so I can safely assume that I am not the demographic for whom this is intended.

Kayla Avatar

She’s an illustrator/jack-of-all-trades artist according to Wikipedia. A lot of her work has a galactic/outer space/pop art alien theme, so the copy and color story make sense. It’s just baffling that UD decided to make it a Naked palette and not just “Robin Eisenberg x UD,” since her aesthetic is the farthest from the original Naked concept you can get.

Jenny B Avatar

Good point! I came here to say what everyone else said – “What is NAKED about this?” but you are right. That’s clever! I do love the colours and their names so maybe I will get it when it goes on sale like Rachel R., haha!

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