Urban Decay has launched two new palettes inspired by the movie Oz the Great and Powerful. The Urban Decay Theodora Palette ($49) was a fast favorite for me as I’m a brunette who loves nude, natural shades of eyeshadow. Glinda would be most suitable for blond, blue eyed ladies. But really, do we have to choose? Most of us probably feel we can rock either palette and I’m in complete agreement.
I just seem to favor Theodora at the moment though, here are my thoughts about her.
Benefit World Famous Neutrals Most Glamorous Nudes Ever is one of three new $30 makeup palettes introduced by Benefit for Spring 2013.
These essential kits contain six different eyeshadows in two different formulas for creating nude, natural looks for Spring. I mentioned in a prior post that this palette could be one of my favorites of Spring 2013 and I still stand by that. I’m just loving the shades so MUCH!
NYC New York Color Sparkle Eye Dust is a new loose eyeshadow available in ten shades for $2.99 that launched recently for Spring 2013. I purchased two colors at my local CVS not expecting much but being rather wow’ed by how pigmented these little guys are!
Take a look!
The new Fergie Centerstage Collection includes four new Wet n Wild Photo Op Palettes for $4.99. This collection appears to be exclusive to Walgreens for Spring 2013.
Wet n Wild really amped it up with the collection as the packaging got a super revamp. However, sadly it appears they spent more on the packaging than the actual quality of the products as this eyeshadow quad turned out very disappointing.
Maybelline Inked in Pink Color Tattoo Metal Eyeshadow is one of five new shades of Maybelline 24H Color Tattoo Eyeshadow that the brand recently introduced for Spring 2013. These new shades are all metallic finishes thus the “metal” in the title.
I was quite excited about the shade Inked In Pink as I’m a lover of pinks plus it’s a different, unique shade that Maybelline hasn’t yet covered in this range.
Take a look!