Why Naked Original was discontinued?

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So, we all know that last year Urban Decay’s Naked Original palette was officially discontinued and the whole beauty community went bananas. This palette was my first ever high-end eyeshadow palette, even though I have not used it as much as I should have, it is still very special to me.


On today’s post I am going to speculate why it was actually discontinued, I don’t know for sure why, but I have few thoughts on it, so let’s get into it.

First of all, this palette is almost completely full of shimmery shades, IT ONLY HAS TWO MATTES!!! I mean it’s good but it’s not enough to create a full complete look, it lacks an outer corner shades and many more to create a complete look.


Shades are not pigmented enough, you really need to scrape these pans in order to get decent color pay-off and that is totally unreasonable, especially for the price.

And finally because this palette is, until some extent, outdated. It’s a beautiful basic palette, but there are so many other neutral basic palettes that are not just better in quality but also better in price and color selection.

So there are the reasons why I think this palette was removed from Urban Decay’s makeup line.


What are your thoughts on it? Let me know below.

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