Urban Decay 24/7 Jackpot Eyeliner Review and Swatches
The new Urban Decay 24/7 Jackpot Eyeliner set is basically a revamped version of last year’s Urban Decay Super Stash. Jackpot is a little higher in price but and it includes 10 Urban Decay 24/7 Eyeliners, one of which is full size. If you didn’t haul Super Stash, definitely keep your eye on Jackpot as it’s a nice set to haul if you’re a fan of the 24/7 Eyeliners or a newbie to them.
A set of 10 Urban Decay 24/7 Glide Eye Pencil Eyeliners.
I just wanted to do a quick break down of Jackpot and Super Stash for you.
Jackpot is $39 and includes:
- Eldorado (gold)
- Stash (dark green/gold)
- Mildew (deep green )
- Electric (bright aquamarine)
- Binge (navy blue)
- Ransom (bright iridescent purple)
- Rockstar (darkest eggplant)
- Gunmetal (gunmetal w/ teeny silver glitter)
- Whiskey (dark brown)
- Zero (black)
The pencils are all 0.02 oz and Zero is the regular 0.04 oz size. If you haven’t purchased these stash sets before please keep in mind the pencils aren’t as small as a normal mini size, they are actually tinier. Don’t let this disappoint you as it’s alot of product you’re getting in a variety of shades so long as you don’t mind the smaller sizes.
Here’s the break down of last year’s Urban Decay Super Stash.
- Corrupt (brown sparkle)
- Binge (navy)
- Eldorado (gold)
- Oil Slick (black sparkle)
Old Favorite Shades
- Zero (black)
- Graffiti (medium green)
- Ransom (bright purple)
- Rockstar (eggplant)
- Stash (dark green)
As you can see not alot has changed outside of the price tag as Superstash was $36 and Jackpot is $39. Superstash contains a few shades that Jackpot already has.
Moral of the story?
If you have Superstash you might not need to indulge in Jackpot however considering the size on these pencils you might be down to the nub on your Superstash pencils and need to repurchase plus you’ll get a few shades you may not already have.
Hope this helps a little if you’re debating on whether you need Jackpot or not.
If you’re new to Urban Decay, of course, it goes without saying, it’s a great deal to get this particularly if you already own one or two shades of 24/7 Eyeliners and really want more, this is a great way to indulge.
I’ve reviewed these eyeliners hundreds of times in the past so you probably don’t need me to babble over much about them but here’s a brief break down.
Awesome formula that’s creamy and smooth. Application is a snap without tugging or skipping, they apply perfectly every single time. Pigmentation rocks it hard. They are some of my personal favorite liners on the market today!
Kinda crummy if you already have alot left over from SuperStash since not a ton has changed with Jackpot.
- Anyone new to Urban Decay and Urban Decay 24/7 Eyeliners.
- Anyone who wants to add a variety of shades to their eyeliner wardrobe.
- Anyone who wants a good, solid formula that performs well.
- Anyone who already owns and has alot of pencils left over from last year’s Superstash.
- Anyone who isn’t keen on more vibrant shades of color (this doesn’t have a ton of nude or natural shades and leans more towards fun, bolder shades).
Jackpot is a nice selection of colors and is a great set to add your stash if you don’t have alot of liners but want a variety in various shades. This is a fabulous way to extend your collection and add in great pops of color.
Definitely worth a haul in my opinion!
Anyone grab a set?
This product was purchased by the Muse for review purposes.
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