Urban Decay Naked on the Run Review, Photos & Swatches

Urban Decay Naked on the Run palette

I am so excited to review the newest Urban Decay palette. It’s the brand’s limited-edition Naked on the Run all-in-one travel kit. I am a huge UD fan, you can even check out my UD Naked2 Basics palette review that I did in September, here.

This new palette comes with six exclusive eyeshadows, bronzer, blush, eye liner, mascara and a full-size lipgloss.

All the eyeshadow colours work perfectly together to create a range of makeup looks.

Urban Decay Naked on the Run close-up of palette

The set contains six exclusive eye shadows, you can see the swatches on my arm below.

Dive – metallic rose gold colour (My favourite colour in the palette)
Fix – soft taupe
Resist – medium metallic taupe
Dare – a matte medium brown
Stun – metallic bronze/light gold
5050 – cool bisque satin (It’s a very fair shade, you can hardly see it on my arm)

Bronzer – medium bronze matte (This bronzer looks amazing and natural on my fair skin. I actually like it better than my Benefit Cosmetics Hoola bronzer)
Blush – vibrant pink with light shimmer (Such a pretty colour)

The palette also contains the brand’s 24/7 Eye Pencil in Stag, I am personally obsessed with their eye liners, my all-time fave is the colour Zero. The eye pencil glides on smoothly and has long-lasting power.

The Perversion mascara in Blackest Black is fantastic, I love the structure of the wand and how it coats my eyelashes.

The full-size lip gloss in Sesso is a rose/shimmer colour. It’s actually my least favourite in the palette. I personally don’t like the colour as much but the lip gloss itself is pretty nourishing.

Urban Decay Naked on the Run palette swatches

Overall, I love the palette. It’s beautifully packaged as well, it’s encased in a sleek highly-metalized case. If you’re a huge UD fan, you will not be disappointed. The palette runs for $54 at Sephora. You can shop it here.

Urban Decay Naked on the Run side view

Urban Decay Naked on the Run palette

Glammies, what do you think of the palette? Let me know in comments!




Photography: Vicky B. TV