I’m doing a round up of swatches today for the Urban Decay Electric Pressed Pigment Palette. Yeah, you’re pretty excited about Urban Decay Electric aren’t you?
I actually liked the entire Urban Decay Naked thing but let’s face it Urban Decay’s roots lay in their ability to create wild, bold, vibrant shades. Colors that really push the envelope!
Well the Urban Decay Electric Pressed Pigment Palette pushes the letter kids.
Just a note before we get started on swatches….
Please keep in mind that the back of the palette has a fine print warning that Urban, Slowburn, Savage, and Jilted are not intended for the immediate eye area. There’s been discussion (but I have no confirmation of this information) that these shades are approved in EU and Canada but since we live in the US I thought I’d share this information. Please remember to use this palette or any makeup item with proper care and as always at your own discretion and risk. I’m not a medical professional so I can’t advise that these are safe for eye use nor would I recommend them on your eyes due to the warnings. Just be safe and smart when using any makeup.
I got a comment and quite a few e-mails about the Bare Minerals An Affair to Remember Ready Eyeshadow Palette recently so I thought I’d just share the briefest of info with you.
Not a lot is known about this lovely eyeshadow palette.
Here’s an interesting twist from Stila kids. The Stila Not So Nude Palette is getting a relaunch and new at Ulta. Now named the Stila Natural Born Bombshell Palette, Ulta has packaged the Not So Nude Palette together with a Lip Glaze in Lychee and Smudge Sticks in Stingray and Lionfish.
This set is $32 but even better still Urban Outfitters offers the palette too without the Lip Glaze or Smudge Sticks for $20 AND in three color variations.
Take a look!
Elizabeth Arden Beautiful Color Moisturizing Lipstick ($25) is a new beautifully pigmented lipstick with moisture enriched pigments to provide not only beautiful color but hydration as well.
These are formulated with Elizabeth Arden’s own Volulip that helps seal in moisture and give lips more volume and firmness.
Let’s take a look!
It’s a funny thing about Olay Regenerist Luminous Dark Circle Correcting Hydraswirl ($33.99) it might seem expensive for a drugstore eye cream but it actually has some rather fine ingredients.
Olay Regenerist Luminous Dark Circle Correcting Hydraswirl is one of a few new skincare products launched in the Regenerist Luminous Collection (there’s a cleanser and a new moisturizer as well) that addresses the appearance of dark circles.
Let’s take a look!