Urban Decay Spring Collection 2010: Urban Decay 24/7 Eyeliner Spring Colors 2010 Review and Swatches
‘ello….I’m saying ‘ello in a creepy, sly way. Try and use your imagination here. I’m getting my sneaky little ‘ello on because I’m currently playing with…drum roll….Urban Decay Spring 2010.
It’s gorgeous guys and ultra special. Urban Decay really out did themselves yet again. I’ll be bringing you reviews of everything and I thought I’d start the word out with the new shades of Urban Decay 24/7 Eyeliner. Four new shades have been released with the Urban Decay Spring Collection 2010 and many a fan will be happy to see one particular shade that’s revamped and resized.
Sooooooooo let’s break this down.
As you know Binge was a shade released with Urban Decay Ink for Eyes. Now Ink for Eyes is a cream liner, some folk love, some folk don’t. If you prefer pencil liners you’ll be happy to hear that Binge is now available in the Urban Decay 24/7 Eyeliner Pencil format as of now. It’s a navy blue shade that will contrast nicely with the shade Alice in the upcoming Alice and Wonderland Book of Shadows, just a suggestion.
Also reappearing and slighting revamped, in size anyway, is Mildew. Thank you Jebus. I know Christine is doing the happy, happy joy, joy dance at the moment as she was positively gagging for Mildew plus she’s a big lover of the shade. Here you go, re sized and available in the 24/7 Line range now. Mildew…well it’s just that…a shade of mildew. It’s an olive green color which is actually one of my fav shades of Urban Decay Shadow as well. Quite pleased that this has made it outside of the exclusivity of the Stash Gift Sets and is now a large size and readily available.
Two new shades to grace the line are Crash and Oil Slick (a revamp, resize as well since it appeared in the Super Stash Set). Yes, yes I know everyone is going to jump on my back and dub Oil Slick the next Zero but it’s not. Oil Slick is a bit glossier with a fine sparkle of silver to it. Crash rocks the world of plum with a tiny bit of silver, a bit wine-like and a little bit purple, unique for sure.
Here’s a comparison of Oil Slick versus Zero. You can see the fine silver sparkle in the swatch of Oil Slick where as Zero has none and is just a standard black.
Overall, great shades to add to your stash if you’re a fond fan of Urban Decay 24/7 Eyeliner Pencils. My word, don’t miss Mildew and Oil Slick. Total must haves!
All are available now from Urban Decay.
Anyone in for these?
Loving all over Mildew?
Say the word!