Hello there! It’s Friday, December 1st, and the holiday countdown begins! I have a confession to make: I still haven’t put up any of my Christmas decorations and I’ve only bought, so far, 1 gift. No worries though, I’m sure I’ll get to it and you will too! For those of you that love Urban Decay, here’s two new palettes for this holiday season!
Troublemaker Eyeshadow Palette
We’re always stirring up trouble, and our Troublemaker Eyeshadow Palette is no exception. Inside, you’ll find 10 sultry shades perfect for scandalous nights. Whether you want to go bronzy, jewel-toned or smoky, it’s all here. The perfect finishing touch? A travel-size Troublemaker Mascara, plus some scandalous thoughts, courtesy of designer (and fellow troublemaker) Jac Vanek. Small enough to take anywhere, our Troublemaker Eyeshadow Palette was made for sin. Whether you’re headed out of town for the weekend or just hitting your favorite club for the night, we’ve got your back. These shades are perfect for when you’re up to no good—from a warm red matte to a metallic smoky gray with a shifty red-brown undertone. This palette even includes one split-pan shadow, Clash, that has a shimmery white on one half and our legendary blackest black matte (Blackout) on the other. Every shade has a velvety texture, rich color, serious staying power and blendability.
Two different types of black pigments give Troublemaker Mascara an intensity that’s blacker than your darkest thoughts. We infused our formula with a combination of hollow silica and ultralight fibers to volumize without weighing down your lashes. Vitamin E and panthenol nourish and condition, and a combination of polymers helps the mascara adhere to your lashes for lasting wear—no flaking, smearing or smudging. And like the full-size version, our trouble-on-the-go size Troublemaker Mascara comes in a double-walled, faceted tube with a prismatic finish—it’s like nothing you’ve ever seen!
The shades are:
Bailout – pale warm nude matte
Riot – deep metallic copper
7&7 – medium terra-cotta matte
Relish – rich warm matte
Clash – soft white w/micro-shimmer / blackest black matte
Knockout – chocolate brown matte
Girl Crush – metallic berry
Bankroll – metallic deep green with gold micro-sparkle
Afterhours – soft black satin with iridescent micro-sparkle
Troublemaker Mascara – high-intensity black
Each palette will cost you $39.00.
O.N.S. AfterGlow Highlighter Palette
Give your skin a luminous glow that won’t quit and let ’em wonder what you’ve been up to with this new colorway of Afterglow Highlighter Palette. We loaded this slim, square palette with four NEW shades of our cult-favorite Afterglow Highlighter. Use them individually or cocktail them to create your own custom highlight. Afterglow isn’t your average highlighter; we took the time to finely mill the powder until it was just right. The result: a lightweight (yet luxurious) feel, a super-soft, creamy texture, and 8 hours of staying power.
Afterglow Highlighter goes on sheer and blends easily. Use a little or a lot; our wearable formula always applies beautifully, no matter how much you build it. O.N.S. Afterglow Highlighter Palette has an iridescent case with a mesmerizing shifty rose-gold effect. Depending on how the light hits it, the case seems to change colors, and gives off a highlight/lowlight effect. A magnetic closure keeps the palette closed in your bag to prevent makeup mishaps.
The shades are:
O.N.S. – soft rose-gold shimmer
Cliche – pale nude shimmer
Wicked – light pink shimmer
No Angel – pale gold shimmer
Each palette will cost you $34.00.
You can find the palettes now at Urban Decay online only, but they will be coming to Sephora, Ulta, and Macy’s before year’s end, so keep an eye out for it.
I can’t front and say that UD is not one of my favorite brands, because it is, I really love the consistency of their eyeshadows, which are always pigmented and always a hit, so far no misses. If you haven’t subscribed to UD’s newsletters you’re missing out on huge savings, just yesterday alone they had amazing items at half off!