Urban Decay Naked Nail Kit Swatches & Review
Today I’ve got the latest from Urban Decay which is the Naked Nail Kit. This kit features six new mini-bottles that were inspired by their Naked palette.
Naked is a beige/nude creme with just a very slight hint of shimmer in certain lighting. I got complete coverage in two coats.
Sidecar is a warm nude/pink with silver micro-glitter. I used two coats for this one for complete coverage. The finish is a little bumpy because of the glitter.
Toasted is a slightly frosty/shimmery pinkish beige. This was just two coats. Not a huge fan of the finish on this one personally.
Smog is a metallic copper with gold shimmer. Now THIS shade I love! So pretty, and nice coverage in just two coats.
Hustle is a warm metallic eggplant with shimmer. Nice shade, nice coverage in two coats.
Creep has a dark grey/black background with heavy silver glitter. This one was a bit sheer and watery so I did need three coats to build it up to where I wanted.
Overall: Since I am not much of a fan of the “nude” nail polish look, the first three weren’t my favorites, but they had a nice formula. The last three were more my style, especially Smog!
Availability: Online now, in stores February 1st.
Pricing: $26.00 (0.16 oz each).
What do you think of the Naked Nail Kit?
Note: Urban Decay is cruelty free.