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Recently I was surprised by this lovely limited edition Urban Decay palette coming through my letterbox, I hadn’t really heard anything about this palette so I was super excited to see what shades lay within the packaging and if I would love them as much as the other Vice palettes. I thought I’d share my first thoughts with you on this palette in this post and then if you want a full review with swatches I can make that happen at a later date.
The packaging like all of the other Vice palettes is fun and still contains that glamour element. The outer packing of this palette really caught my eye and I love how the pink and purples blend so well. With the actual packaging of the palette I love the button you have to press to open up the palette, I also found it stays upright and doesn’t fall back when you are trying to apply makeup like the previous Vice palettes. The overall design of the palette is sleek and focuses on the shadows within.
When I opened this palette I wasn’t sure where to look first, so many beautiful and bright shades caught my eye. From a beautiful pearly pink to glitter to a variety of glitter shades. I noticed some shades which I wasn’t so keen on like Mildew and Misdemeanour BUT I also noticed some shades which I have wondered ever since how I coped without having them before; some of these shades are Midnight Cowboy, 501 and Asphyxia. I feel like the palette is full of vibrant fun colours similar to the Alice palette although I feel like I wouldn’t know where to start with these shades I am going to give them a good go. Some of the shades have been featured in previous palettes such as the Vice palette, and also vintage shades which have been around for ageeees. As well as 7 of the best selling singles!
The palette is made up of a variety of finishes including matte and shimmer ones, my favourite finishes in the palette are the matte ones as they are easy to build although I do love all of the others; the palette is made up of matte, shimmer, micro glitter and metallic shades.
I hope you enjoyed my first impressions on this palette!