Every fall, after what feels like an eternity of wearing bright colors and gossamer fabrics, I all but dive back into wool and tweed in what I like to refer to as Abnegation shades. So I was thrilled when the perfect complement arrived on my doorstep to test, courtesy of my friends at Urban Decay. Pictured above are the Naked2 Basics palette, the Naked Basics Double-eded Good Karma Brush, plus the original Naked Basics palette and the previously l aunched Naked 24/7 Glide-on Double-ended Eye Pencil.
Naked2 Basics contains colors that would be right at home on (Bea)Tris in her former life. It contains:
- Skimp: pale nude satin
- Stark: nude-pink matte
- Frisk: warm gray matte
- Cover: muted red-brown matte
- Primal: muted brown matte
- Undone: deep, smoky brown matte
It’s Dauntless impact in Abnegation colors. Think of it as Four, in shadow form. Quietly, but ragingly sexy.
The Naked2 Basics palette ($29) is available at Sephora. Will you cave on this? And if you have already, tell me everything. Go.