Urban Decay Cosmetics launches a new eyeshadow palette and suddenly time stops. Known for their great pigmentation and awesome color range, not to mention giggle-worthy names like Roach and Psychedelic Sister, any time the brand makes new eyeshadows, we’re all over it. Unclothed Palette 1 and 2, anyone?
Now we’re all giddy over the release of two Wizard of Oz-themed eyeshadow palettes: The Theodora Palette and The Glinda Palette, as well as the launch of Urban Decay’s latest finisher, Chill Makeup Setting Spray.
The Theodora Palette, retailing for $49, contains eight never seen before eyeshadows in neutral shades with pops of green, gold, and greyish-blue via two duo shadows. Finish off your looks with the Zero 24/7 Glide-on Eye Pencil—a deep black, and a Super-Saturated High Gloss Color in Theodora—a bright red cream.
The Glinda Palette, also retailing for $49, is very on-trend for spring with its soft shades of lilac, carnation pink, and iridescent white and gold. A pop of color is brought to you by Rockstar 24/7 Glide-on Eye Pencil—a deep eggplant. The set also includes a Super-Saturated High Gloss Color in Glinda—a light, sheer nude.
Both palettes contain eyeshadow shades that feature Urban Decay’s Pigment Infusion System™, the proprietary blend of ingredients that gives each shade its velvety texture, rich color, serious staying power, and blendability. And should you get lost, there’s a lookbook with instructions on how to use each one.
And for those of you with dry or combination skin—or anyone who lives in a climate where it’s particularly cold and dry out—will be happy to know Urban Decay has released a new makeup finisher especially for you called Chill Makeup Setting Spray. UD partnered exclusively with the holy grail of skin care companies, Skindinavia, a to produce Chill, which gives you a moisturized, glowing, brighter complexion without making the skin feel tight.
Your makeup won’t melt when it’s hot out, or become dehydrated and cracked when it’s cold thanks to the patent-pending Temperature Control Technology, which actually lowers the temperature of your makeup to hold foundation, eye shadow, blush, and concealer in place!
Sounds awesome, right?