*Urban Decay Gwen Stefani Palette || Blogmas

Saturday, December 12, 2015

Urban Decay Gwen Stefani Palette || Blogmas

Hello people of the internet! I'll be honest with you... When I heard that there was going to be a collaberation between Gwen Stefani and Urban Decay I nearly lost my mind! Then, when I saw the eyeshadows I wasn't too pushed. Finally, I came back around and fell in love with it. Imagine my surprise when I came back from Limerick to find this on my bed. I haven't had time to play around with it just yet. But, I decided to do a first impressions post! 

Urban Decay Gwen Stefani Palette || Blogmas

I love the packaging! The contrast between the black, white, and gold plating is beautiful. 

Urban Decay Gwen Stefani Palette || Blogmas

I figured out why I wasn't too into the palette at first. (this is a weird reason) I don't like the placement of the eyeshadows. The colors clash and it gave me a bad visual for the overall palette. When I look at each shadow individually though, I am mesmerized. 

Urban Decay Gwen Stefani Palette || Blogmas

Top Row
Left to right: Blonde, Bathwater, Skimp, Steady, and Punk. 

Urban Decay Gwen Stefani Palette || Blogmas

Middle Row
Left to right: Baby, Anaheim, Stark, Zone, and Serious.

Urban Decay Gwen Stefani Palette || Blogmas

Bottom Row
Left to right: Pop, Harajuku, Danger, 1987, and Blackout.

As always these eyeshadows are extremely pigmented. So far my favorites are: 1987, Punk, Baby, and Danger! I find that a few of them had a bit of fall out. Like, Blackout and Pop. That's not the worst thing ever though, is it? Blackout is possibly the blackest black I've ever used. I can only imagine how blendable these shadows are. When I was swatching them I noticed how incredibly soft they were. From what I can tell they're quite long lasting. I was using my trusty makeup remover in between swatches and it was a pain to take off. Which is a good thing. You wouldn't want the makeup you just put on to come off in two seconds. 

Overall, I think I'm sold on it! I think it has an amazing selection of neutrals, mattes, shimmers, and pops of color. The best part is; the bright colors are very wearable! Hopefully, I'll be doing some makeup looks with this palette this week. I'll keep you all updated!

The Urban Decay Gwen Stefani Palette is available in Debenhams for €46 now!

* = was given to me for review purposes

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  1. I want it so badly! Those swatches are everything.

    Sarah | sarahinwonderland.co.uk <3

  2. I saw this when I was out shopping the other day and was in total awe! Baby and Steady are absolutely gorgeous and can I just say how on fleek your swatches are! xx


  3. they look lush!! Tania xx taniamichele.blogspot.co.uk

  4. Wow this palette looks so beautiful - I absolutely love the lighter colours

    Jana // Life of Jana

  5. I have this palette and it's become a new favourite! The only downside I think there's too many mid toned neutrals and not enough darks, if it would have had a couple more darker browns it would be perfect :) x

    Beautiful Solutions

  6. I love it..tis a little less crazy than I thought rhe colours would be given its Gwen but I'm definitely going to pixk one up in new year

  7. oh so jealous! Such a stunning palette! Hope to get my hands on one for Christmas

  8. I think I'm getting this palette for Christmas off my boyfriend. I am so excited as I have always been a huge fan of Gwen Stefani and these eye shadows look right up my street!
    Becky xx // Geek Gets Glam

  9. I have had my eyes on this palette and it looks dreamy! I really love the packaging, nice to hear they are long lasting too as I love my UD Naked palette and that's super long lasting too! xx


  10. I totally agree with the placement of the shades! The look gorgeous swatched but looking straight into the palatte it doesn't look quite right.

    Rosy | Sparkles of Light Blog

  11. That's why I don't want this palette. The placement throws me off so much, and it's just not visually appealing to me at all. I'm sure if I go to Sephora and swatch, I'll think differently, but I can't have this palette in my collection with it being arranged like that for some reason.

    brooke | brooke elise


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