I’ve been on a Wet n Wild kick, haven’t I? It started with the liquid lipsticks, then to the brand’s newest foundation, and now this eyeshadow palette. I was never into Wet n Wild, but after trying the ombre blushes last year, I’ve fallen head over heels for this brand. When I saw this palette in CVS, my first thought was that it looked like the Urban Decay Naked palette. My second thought was to try it out and review it for you guys! So, without further ado, check out my Wet n Wild Au Naturel Palette review down below!
The Urban Decay Naked Basics palette is one of my ultimate favorite palettes. The colors are ones that I can use every day for any look and the colors work with my skin tone perfectly. But unfortunately I’ve hit major pan on one color and a bit of pan on another. When I saw that Urban Decay was releasing the Naked Ultimate Basics I knew I had to have it. I’ve been playing with this palette for months now, and I have some strong opinions on it (as strong as opinions on a palette could be.) Read my Urban Decay Naked Ultimate Basics palette review down below!
This Christmas was amazing, y’all. I received the Urban Decay Full Spectrum Palette and I am ecstatic over it. This is the palette I’ve always wanted from Urban Decay and what I thought the Electric Palette would be. But unfortunately that palette didn’t live up to my expectations. The Full Spectrum is meant to be a full-color palette representing the full rainbow, and I think this palette exceeds at that. Read my Urban Decay Full Spectrum Palette review down below!
Like I said in my haul yesterday, I would have a review of the Urban Decay Gwen Stefani Eyeshadow Palette for you. This palette isn’t anything new and has been out since November 2015, but the palette is currently on sale for $39 on Urban Decay’s website, Sephora, Macy’s and anywhere else Urban Decay is sold. After finding a gift card while cleaning my room, I thought I would purchase the palette and review it for you guys!
I’ve had my Makeup Geek eyeshadows for about two years now. I ordered them in 2014 and I’d never been so in love with a formula. While Urban Decay will forever be my favorite makeup brand, the Makeup Geek eyeshadows have taken over as my favorite eyeshadow formula. They are buttery, smooth, pigmented and easy to blend. And the best part? They only cost $6 each. It’s wonderful.
Below I’ll have a overview of what’s in my Makeup Geek Z Palette!
Urban Decay is my absolute favorite makeup brand. Their Naked palettes are known worldwide and their love for color (and naughty names) is what pulls me towards the California brand. I own the first two Vice palettes and felt bummed out that I didn’t get the Vice 3 last year. So, as an early Christmas present, I received the Urban Decay Vice 4 palette to play around. Check out swatches of the palette down below!