Urban Decay Previously Exclusive 24/7 Eye Pencils: Smog, Mushroom, Hustle, Corrupt, Whiskey, Sabbath, Empire, Mainline
To continue on with the eye pencils that have recently been added to Urban Decay’s 24/7 line, here is the second part of the previously released shades (the new shades are here and here!). These are shades that have been released limited edition in the past but have now joined the permanent line. Click here to see Part 1 of the Previously Exclusive Shades!
Smog Eye Pencil Smog Eye Pencil Smog Eye Pencil
Smog is a golden copper with loads of shimmer.
Mushroom Eye Pencil Mushroom Eye Pencil Mushroom Eye Pencil
Mushroom has always been one of my favorite shades from Urban Decay- it’s a nice, cool taupe that really looks great smudged on the eyes. This would be easy to play up with one of the bright blue pencils!
Hustle Eye PencilHustle Eye PencilHustle Eye Pencil
Hustle is a brown with gold shimmer. Nice and pigmented but not the most unique color
Corrupt Eye PencilCorrupt Eye PencilCorrupt Eye Pencil
Corrupt is a red-brown shimmer with silver sparkle.
Whiskey Eye PencilWhiskey Eye PencilWhiskey Eye Pencil
Whiskey is a great staple brown. Matte, medium brown is an essential pencil for everyone to have. I have the duo whiskey (double ended pencil with Whiskey and Zero) and I’m so glad its a pencil on it’s own now.
Sabbath Eye PencilSabbath Eye PencilSabbath Eye Pencil
Sabbath is a deep, deep navy matte pencil. It looks like the bottom of the ocean, and would look insanely badass on the waterline!
Empire Eye PencilEmpire Eye PencilEmpire Eye Pencil
Empire is a shimmery dark violet. Would work great for a colored smokey look.
Mainline Eye PencilMainline Eye PencilMainline Eye Pencil
Mainline may just be my favorite matte. It reminds me of a seaport, and looks really great on the waterline. I love that UD is adding more mattes to their entire line in general (not just pencils) because they’re all gorgeous!
24/7 Pencils are a great texture- they’re nice and creamy and apply beautifully. They are by far my favorite eye pencils that I’ve tried, working well as both an eyeshadow base and alone.
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