A new way to go Naked.
Urban Decay Nail Polish - Lead 2016
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Urban Decay's Naked Palette has done wonders for us. It was pretty much the first eyeshadow palette that we wore on a daily basis. Five or so palettes and a whole line of makeup products later, the Naked franchise is a major part of our routines. And since clearly none of us really can't get enough of the line, Urban Decay did us all the ultimate favor and re-released a set of Naked nail polishes.

The new range of Naked nail polishes comes in eight shades, which are essentially the lacquer equivalent of our favorite Naked Palette shades because they're inspired by the shadow swatches. There are four variations of neutral hues, including ranging from shimmery champagne to a red-brown to a deep beige. While we're not going to play favorites, Magnet (a smoky grey cream) should probably go home with you.

In typical UD fashion, the shade names are all as fun as you'd expect—think Commando, Extra Bitter, and Walk of Shame.

Each bottle retails at $10 and are available online on Urban Decay's website, which means you have all the reason in the world to book that manicure appointment.