So, I was trying to find out when Vice 3 would be available from Selfridges, and sent an email to their customer service department; in the response received, I was thanked for my email and told that the Naked Vault would be available soon, but only 60 would be available, and I was advised to sign up for their notification email. I hadn’t been aware of the Naked Vault before this, but have since been looking into it.
The vault will be a bit of a Naked anthology, as the name suggests, and will contain:
- Urban Decay Naked 1 Palette
- Urban Decay Naked 2 Palette
- Urban Decay Naked 3 Palette
- 3 x 24/7 Glide-On Double Ended Eye Pencils
- Urban Decay Naked Flushed in Naked, Native, and Streak
- Urban Decay Lipgloss in Nooner, Rule34, and Streak
The Naked Vault is rumoured to cost £180, which considering that the eyeshadow palettes are £37 each, the eye pencils are £12, the Flushed palettes are £22 each, and the lip glosses are £14 each, would be a saving of £75 against buying the products individually.
The collection looks great, although it doesn’t have the two Naked Basics palettes, but there is definitely enough here to make this a very exciting addition to anyone’s makeup collection. Do you need to buy this? If you are a fan of the Urban Decay Naked line, the chances are that you probably already have a lot of the products (although back ups are never a bad idea!).
I already own the Naked 1 & 3 palettes( I don’t know why I skipped 2) and both of the Naked Basics, so when I heard about the Vault, I have to say I was a bit blasé about the whole thing. A few hours later and I was having a few Becky Bloomwood style palpitations – I have to have it!!! The downside is that there will only be 60 of these bad boys available on the website, so I am pretty sure they will sell out fast…