Urban Decay’s new Afterglow Highlighter palette is exponentially better than a one night stand.
If you aren’t hoarding highlighter palettes and compacts like it’s your job, then are you really living in 2017? It seems like it’s only normal to be able to rattle of a list of one’s favorite highlighters on the fly and we’re more than willing to partake in doing so.The Lancôme Dual Finish Highlighter Illuminating Powder, the Physician’s Formula Butter Highlighter and the Urban Decay Afterglow Highlighter Palette all hold a special place in my heart and my vanity. HBU?
Since the first Urban Decay Afterglow Highlighter Palette was a major hit thanks to its four highly pigmented shades, a ong lasting formula and shade versatility, the brand decided to make room for another Afterglow Palette in the beauty sphere. Enter, the O.N.S. Afterglow palette in four rose gold colors: a soft rose-gold shimmer in O.N.S., a pale nude shimmer in Cliché, a light pink shimmer in Wicked and a pale gold shimmer in No Angel. Rumor has it that O.N.S. means “one night stand,” which wouldn’t come as a complete shock if you consider the brand’s other suggestive (yet iconic) product names: the Troublemaker palette, Naked 4Some and Vice Lipstick in 69.
You can already find the new palette online, but you’ll sadly be met with a “coming soon” banner instead of a shopping cart. We don’t have a word on exactly when it will drop, but we do know that it cost $34 and that you can sign up online to be notified as soon as it’s officially available. In the meantime, you can find us refreshing the Urban Decay page over and over and over again.