New Urban Decay Eyeshadow Shades at Sephora: Urban Decay Summer of Love Eyeshadow Review and Swatches
And you thought Urban Decay was done with you. Betcha did, didn’t ya? I mean after releasing a slew of incredible Summer offerings, I figured hey that’s it for now…
That’s not the case at all my friends….
Six, count ’em, six new shades of Urban Decay Eyeshadow are available exclusively at Sephora and the Muse is singing in delight. I’ve had a thing for Urban Decay Eyeshadow for over 10 year’s now so of course I’m hyped over new shades…best news? They aren’t laced with hardcore glitter so all you shimmer haters out there can indulge and feel the love.
So let’s see…
I’m going to crack these bad boys open tomorrow and start doing up some looks with ’em but for now here’s the deets and swatches to keep you happy until I get to some looks.
Best shade, hands down, Free Love.
Urban Decay Free Love is a peachy shimmer (no worries not intense shimmer, just subtle) that’s a bright burst of delicious cantaloupe melon. The color is ideal for Summer and very original and not comparable to any general catalog colors from UD. The only shade it might come close to would be Snatch (considerably lighter) from the Show Pony Palette. Actually thinking about it Snatch on the lid and Free Love in the crease would be a crazy cool contrasting look.
One of my favorite shades from Urban Decay is Kiddie Pool. If you’ve already yearned for the shade sans the glitter, Dashiki is much like it. This is a bright pool water blue, again, with a hint of shimmer.
By far the funniest shade of the bunch is Woodstock which is this loud shade of bright fuchsia pink.
Another first for UD is Aquarius. Aquarius is a light watery green. The shade hasn’t really been done in the catalog yet as most of Urban Decay’s greens run towards being truer shades and those lead right into harder aquas and teals. Aquarius falls right in between green and aqua.
Psychedelic Sister is a bright bold purple. No, it is so not like Flash as the shade leans to being way bolder and way truer to a royal shade of purple.
And finally Haight is a deep, dark, murky shade of teal. No, it’s not like Flipside. This seems to take a helping hand from aqua, blue, and green, all cocktailed together. Gorgeous.
All six shades are heavily pigmented, apply extra smooths due to the lack of glitter (yay for no fall out), and have a brighter, bolder feel than past releases.
If you’re a lover of Urban Decay Eyeshadow you’ll easily want all six. If you’re low on funds, at the very least pick up Free Love, it’s a gorgeous shade.
Very beautiful shades. I’m pretty excited about this release.
Muse Approved for purchase.
Available now from Sephora.
What do you think?
Any lemmings created here tonight?
Will you pick up the Urban Decay Summer of Love Eyeshadows?
This review contains a sample product sent for consideration by PR.
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