Urban Decay‘s Vice Lipsticks are beloved for their strong pigment, creamy consistency and for their vast color selection. There are a whopping 112 colors to choose from at present. The beauty brand has been inspired by its top-selling Vice Lipstick, Backtalk, to create a cheek and eyshadow palette, the Backtalk Palette.

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If you haven’t yet bought the Backtalk Vice Lipstick ($17), the number one selling shade is described as a mauve-nude pink. It’s available in a Comfort Matte finish and is the sort of flattering, easy-to-pull off shade that can be worn every day and look good on a variety of skin tones. Urban Decay has taken the color and been inspired to create a palette featuring a range of soft pink shades that range from matte pale pink-nude to metallic brown-red.

The palette features eight eyeshadows and four coordinating highlighter and blush shades for a full romantic pink look. The eyeshadows include: 3 Sheets (pinkish oyster), Bare (shimmering neutral pink), Curve (shimmering rose gold), Backtalk (warm neutral pink), Shade (deep wine), Attitude (warm coral red), WTF (matte fawn) and 180 (chocolate brown). The cheek colors include Cheap Shot (deep pink), Double Take (warm rose pink), Low Key (shimmering rose gold) and Party Foul (shimmering ivory pink).

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The Backtalk Palette is double-sided with the eyeshadows on side and the highlighters and blushes on the others. Appropriately, it’s housed in a pink case which also comes with a removable mirror that also functions as a divider for the palette.

You’ll be able to shop the Backtalk Palette on March 8 when it launches at Sephora. If you don’t have the Backtalk Lipstick already, we suggest that you pick it up at the same time so you can create a fully coordinated makeup look.

The Urban Decay Backtalk Palette will launch at Sephora on March 8.