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Urban Decay Is Launching A Naked Perfume Oil

A $24 scent inspired by an iconic makeup palette—and the beach.

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It’s been quite the month for fans of Urban Decay’s Naked franchise. It was just a few weeks ago that we caught wind of the first contouring palette, called Naked Shapeshifter, hitting stores. Now there’s even more unexpected news: the brand is releasing a limited edition perfume oil called Go Naked next month. No, it doesn’t smell anything like eyeshadow. So what does a naked scent smell like?

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The concentrated oil formula comes in a rollerball and is meant to capture the “essence of summer,” according to a release from the brand. It’s overall a bright, citrusy floral scent, with clean top notes of Italian bergamot, mandarin, and lemon. The middle notes are also zesty with orange blossom and neroli, but then it dries down to a sensual, skin-like scent with lavender and jasmine.

This isn’t the first time Urban Decay has launched a perfume oil—do you remember the past iterations called Revolver, Sin, Go, and Pistol? But since the Go Naked perfume oil will only be around for a short while—and just in time for summer—we imagine this will be just a hard to get your hands on.

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The Go Naked Perfume Oil costs $24 and will available on June 3 for Sephora VIB Rouge members and June 7 on the Urban Decay website.

From: Harper’s BAZAAR
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