New Urban Decay Shadows & Rebound Palette

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Urban Decay has released three new full sized shadows (one of which is brand new, the other two were previously exclusive to The Vice palette) along with a new quad. The nice thing about this quad is that it comes empty, where in the past UD’s 4-pan palettes came with an eyeshadow included, which could become problematic if you wanted to buy more than one palette.. you’d end up with multiple of the same eyeshadow. This palette is called the Rebound Palette and has a gorgeous flower design. Another great quality with UD palettes is they each have a monster mirror inside, so you can easily travel with it and not worry about bringing an extra mirror.

 

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If you’re new to UD shadows, they come in a pretty clever pot that can either be used individually, like above, or you can pop out the pan by pressing on up on the bottom and it fits right in to the palette. This eliminates the need to sell two versions of the same product (MAC), although it doesn’t lower the price like MAC pans do.UDnewshadows 8UDnewshadows 6Easy Baked EyeshadowUDnewshadows 5Easy Baked Eyeshadow
Easy Baked is a brand new shadow, and is a light bronze shimmer. Like most of UD’s shimmery shades this has great color payoff and is ultra smooth. I do think Urban Decay needs to find a new word to use other than “baked”.. we already have eyeshadows named Baked, Twice Baked, Half Baked.. not to mention Toasted, Blunt, Kush, Roach, Stash.. we get it UD! you like to get stoned! 

UDnewshadows 4Laced EyeshadowUDnewshadows 3Laced Eyeshadow
Laced is a pink taupe matte, and is actually one of my most used shades from The Vice Palette. It’s a really interesting shade and isn’t super easy to see on my skin tone, which is actually why I love it. This is the absolute perfect transitioning color for me. I apply this into the crease of my eye and any lid color I use has a much, much easier time blending out and softening harsh lines. 

UDnewshadows 2Desperation EyeshadowUDnewshadows 1Desperation Eyeshadow
Desperation is a grayish taupe satin. UD describes it as a matte-satin, and while is is less shimmery than something like Easy Baked, I wouldn’t go so far as to say its matte (then again, Urban Decay tends to be a little lenient on what they consider matte!)

 

These new shades and palette are available right now from Urbandecay.com, however I don’t see them yet on Sephora (bummer, as they’re having their Chic Week 15% off sale right now). 

Each Eyeshadow costs $18 and the palette is $10 (8 bucks less than ones that have the eyeshadow included!)

 

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7 Comments

  1. Emily Risner

    April 15, 2013 at 3:47 pm

    So excited that Laced is available now. I used it so much in my Vice palette. I was gonna be so sad when I hit pan.

  2. Justine

    April 15, 2013 at 4:56 pm

    Do you know how Easy Baked compares to Chase? Both are bronzy shades!

    http://beautyinthebreakdown4.blogspot.com

  3. Kristina

    April 15, 2013 at 7:32 pm

    I seriously laughed out loud when you wrote that UD likes to get stoned. Thanks for another great review!!! Love the swatches! <3

  4. Jenna

    April 16, 2013 at 12:20 am

    They should’ve released Blitz!!! Thats the best gold they’ve ever made!!!

  5. Lexie

    April 16, 2013 at 5:11 am

    LOVEE desperation. I have it in the vice palette and its so pigmented and beautiful!!

  6. natasha

    May 5, 2013 at 2:40 pm

    haha i agree, ud need to brainstorm some new names! laced is so pretty <3

    http://cloudsandcuticleoil.blogspot.co.uk/

    xx

  7. Kalee

    August 9, 2013 at 2:08 am

    Late on this but you also forgot Muai Wowie (however its spelt) lmao. Speaking of, wish they would make that without the glitter

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