The Urban Decay Dangerous Eyeshadow Palette ($36) is one of three new palettes introduced along with the Urban Decay Holiday 2012 Collection.
“New” can be used very loosely here since Urban Decay did already introduced a Dangerous Eyeshadow Palette back in Spring 2011. However, this new rendition contains the newly reformulated Urban Decay Eyeshadow Formula as well as revamped packaging.
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The new Too Faced The Return of the Sexy Palette ($48) is an exciting launch for the brand as it introduced a new shadow formulation that should be very appealing to those who love Asian makeup.
As you know from a prior post I did, I really feel like this formulation is quite similiar to Japanese Eyeshadows. They are soft, almost creamy and build super easily.
I think this is a surprising little palette that’s worth checking out.
Have a look!
I couldn’t resist, I purchased the Laura Geller Fresh Brewed Beauty Set.
*hangs head in shame*
It’s just too cute, it comes in a little coffee bean bag, how could I resist?
Is it worth your buck?
Take a look and find out!
Urban Decay The Feminine Palette ($36) is one of three new palettes introduced with the Urban Decay Holiday 2012 Collection. Why yes, that name probably does ring a bell! That’s because Urban Decay introduced The Feminine Palette last year with their Spring 2011 Collection.
But this is a rebooted palette with new shades and a new packaging!
Ready for this?
My E.L.F. Studio Cream Eyeshadow review is a long time coming. I intentionally held up reviewing these cream shadows as I was curious how they would withstand the test of time as I was skeptical about the packaging.
Cream shadows are mighty iffy when stored incorrectly. Although sealed in a rather nice packaging, I felt like air was being let into these jars which result in a harder formula as time progressed.
How did my test turn out?