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Urban Decay x Gwen Stenfani.

Brace yourselves, as we take a peek at Gwen Stefani's Urban Decay palette.

We told you that you wouldn't have to wait too long, as Urban Decay have finally unveiled one of the most eagerly awaited products in quite some time, with their exclusive Gwen Stefani palette.

Urban Decay and Gwen Stefani palette : Alternative make up

With just a few mere hints at what was to come when Urban Decay announced the news of their dream collaboration last month, we've been teased with sneak peeks of the palette on their Instagram feed for the past couple of weeks. Thankfully, it's been the worth the wait, as they unveiled the result of their collaboration, a dream palette featuring Gwen's must have shades.

We already adore Gwen's flawless make up, so this selection of her favourites in the form of an exclusive eye shadow palette, makes for a must have fan favourite.

The Urban Decay Gwen Stefani palette features 15 of Gwen's favourite shades from Urban Decay, ranging from great nude base shades, to bold metallic blue (Danger) and a sleek dark black (Blackout). Whilst the selection may surprise you at first, it's worth remembering that Gwen has rocked both a great classic Hollywood look and an eye poppingly bright Harajuku look in the past, which she's brought into her selection for this dream palette of shades.

Urban Decay teams up with Gwen Stefani : Alternative cosmetics

Each shade has been carefully selected for the palette, so you can mix and match, blend and shape the shades to create your own look, we're sure that it'll be flying out as quickly as their much coveted Naked palettes!

The U.S release date for the Urban Decay Gwen Stefani palette is currently set for the 22nd November, with a UK release expected shortly thereafter, we'll certainly be staking out our nearest Urban Decay counter to spot the palette! Visit to keep an eye on news about it's UK launch.

Images via Urban Decay