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I’d love to see some smaller versions of ND’s more expensive palettes, like the Lila and Sunset, same shades and everything, to make them more accessible to everyone. ND has become one of my favorite brands and more people should be able to experience the magic of her palettes at a lower price point.

Taupes, greens, blues, and grays from Pat Mcgrath and Natasha Denona. Even a newer and cooler version of the Naked 2.

Same. And I’ll add that I’m certain UD is doing that, they filed patents for some names earlier in the year/end of last year that sound like a revamped Naked 2. Elle S, on youtube, does videos on UD patents and talks about what they could be.

Hello Christine et.AL.! I always enjoy this question as it allows me to plus AGAIN the Blue, Green, Silver palette I’d like similar to Jeffrey Star’s Blue Blood and Makeup Revolution Forever Flawless Ice Eyeshadow Palette (a dupe of his). However, I’d want Natasha Denona (or PMG, why not) to do it and of course Natasha’s spin on neutral yet unique blues greens and silvers (and any other colors that would work to make it a “useful” palette).

Boring old me – I’d be so happy to see UD bring back the ORIGINAL Naked palette. I guess almost everyone in the world owns one which is why they discontinued it, but I would love to have it be permanently “permanent” so that I could replace mine when I finish it or if I lose it whilst travelling (assuming we will ever be able to travel again). Beyond that, I’d like to see a truly “cool” mini palette from Natasha Denona – the sort of cool toned palette so many of us were expecting the Mini Glam palette to be. I have that little gem and like it but the first photos of it led me and others to believe it was going to be…

I would want a re-vamped Naked Smoky, that was my favorite Urban Decay… but I might be the only one in the world thinking that was the best in the Naked series. 😆

You’re absolutely NOT the only one…I really love that palette too but I’ve not had it as long so it’s not as close to being used up. I know a lot of people didn’t find it all that great but you did and I did and I think Nancy did as well!

I’d be interested in seeing Urban Decay attempt ColourPop-style duochromes — it’d fit their brand vibe and I’m curious what colors they’d come up with.

Cool neutral palette by Natasha Denona. I would love a 5 pan of grey, silver, pewter, and black. I also would like more green/blue/purple from Natasha Denona and Pat McGrath. I’m also going to throw Melt in there: I want a palette of their Gun Metal stack, but with the formula from Smoke Sessions.

Oooh, I like your Melt idea! It seems likely, since they did a palette inspired by their Rust stack.

I would love to see a warm version of the Sydney Grace Enduring Love palette. I would also love to see a warm palette from them. I <3 Sydney Grace!

I would die if PMG made a green-themed palette.

My more budget-friendly dream palette would be for ColourPop to do one of their little 9-pan palettes all in shades of olive.

What I don’t want to see is glitters and warm toned palettes full of orange/red variations (the market is overly saturated).
It would be nice to see more cool and neutral tones, greys, taupes. I would love to see brands do this at various price points, but especially from the drugstores (ELF, Colorpop). Off course, Natasha Denona tried something with the Biba palette, but I would want to see a cool neutral from Path McGrath.

I would also like to see palettes easy to recycle, make-up brands partnering with Terracycle for palettes, palettes that allow replacing shadows once they finish (and offer replacements), anything that makes eyeshdow palettes less wasteful.

GOOD purples from UD perhaps. And no glitter please or skin staining. So over brands putting glitter shadows in palettes. Unless you’re going out or it’s the 4th of July they arent used and make a mess. Ya looking at you Mauie Wowie…

A truly cool neutral palette with at least nine mattes and satins, no glitter or sparkles, with shades that run from dark to light, one or two good transition shades, and a matte brow bone shade. Brand-wise, maybe Natasha Denona.

I’m running with the theme here. Bring on the cool tones.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, I want my smokey palette: smokey grey, pink, purple, blue and throw in a good OLIVE green. No more mint please.

You’d think a brand would have caught on by now.

No.. I just want Pat McGrath to come out with a true neutral palette. No pops of color.. sorry.. straight up warm browns, white golds, beige’s in satin and mattes, cream mattes, sparkly champagnes completely every day wearable pretty sparkly colors that I can just hit pan on every single shade in the palette. I also wish she would make the highlighters larger and individual not the 3 pan palette. I want her to give me bronzers and blushes while I am on my wish list with PMG.

Anything as long as it’s not a warm tone palette. I’m so over the reds and oranges in nearly all the palettes. If you have a big collection, the shades eventually start looking the same. Bring on cool tones please!. And for Aunty Pat to stop with the golds and copper peach shades please. It looks different in the pan and swatched but on the eyes you can’t tell.

I’d like to see an expansion of the Menagerie Cosmetic’s Violet Ink Palette into a 12-pan. They did such a good job with their blue-based purples. I’d like to see something like that, but add a matte or satin blackened violet, a deep royal purple metallic, a blurple duochrome, a purple to green duochrome, a cool lavender with a light teal shift, and a shimmery white with violet shift.

I would like to see a genuinely cool toned palette from UD – a cross between Naked 2 and Smokey with excellent pigmentation and a variety of finishes including satins and soft shimmers, with no glitter or black matte numbers either.

I second Christine, taupes and greens please, from ND especially!

And without reading further comments – great that you should ask this, since just the other day I was seriously hoping Anastasia would come out with a solely matte palette. Realistically that could be neutrals half cool half warm with a little pop of colour.

But – if I could curate that to my preferences even more, I would want cool tones, browns yes but other colours too, mostly muted and maybe a few brighter shades, not a single orange in the bunch and just a little red if any. What a dream palette that would be for me! 😀

A taupe Pat McGrath palette would be dreamy. I bought the Pat McGrath Statuesque Netural taupe single and use it often. Beautiful shade. And if there was a mini PML companion palette like Urban Decay’s Naked Basics? That would be awesome. I look forward to her releasing more mattes in a variety of colors. I do love how she releases her color/finish stories though, and I know that I could never dream up the perfect combinations that she comes up with!

I also loved the suggestions people had on this post of yours on Instagram!

This is stretching your question a bit, but I’d love for Melt Cosmetics to consider switching up their palette design from 10 to 8 pan palettes to 4-5 pans. Basically a rendition of the stacks (which is a cute idea but I’m not a fan of large pan sizes or the packaging) but continuing the smaller, more curated color stories into smaller palettes. Obviously 10 pans is not a lot either, but I think going back to 4-5 pans would help them to be less repetitive.

Color-story wise, I would love for them to dive more into purples and grays more often. I tend to actually like the fact that their palettes are very green and warm toned, but I’d like them to push themselves out of their comfort zone like they did with Muerte.

For Sydney Grace, I’d be interested in a warmer toned palette, less neutral and more vibrant. They have a gorgeous shade range, and I’d love to see some of their colorful mattes in particular being used in palettes.

Natasha Denona, I’d love to see more greens from her, but truthfully I’d just like to see more curation. I love Metropolis but it had an extreme amount of repetition. It’d be nice if she would either downsize the # of shades or curate further within her color stories.

I would so appreciate a brand acknowledge our broad spectrum of undertones and coloring, aside from melanin, with a series of maybe 12 tightly edited palettes, of which only one would work for me. But every shade in that one would work for me, and work beautifully with my coloring. I am disappointed by the “one size fits most” or “you’ll want to buy them all” releases. I don’t have what it takes to successfully build my own palette from one brand’s singles using internet depictions.

I totally agree!
I also love the idea of a (warm) taupe, pewter, olive, khaki, antique gold palette in satins and shimmers, with maybe one very sparkly green-bronze for lining & special effects.

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