Monday, 25 February 2013

Urban Decay OZ Theodora Palette

sorry but I just HAD to share this photo... isn't James Franco even hotter, holding the UD palette?! ;)
Now that I caught your attention with this fine piece of man, let's move on to make up, shall we?
Urban Decay just launched 2 stunning limited edition palettes to celebrate the release of Disney' Oz The Great and Powerful; I can't wait to see the movie because of the amazing cast but also because I'm a huge fan of the classic 1939 film... Exciting!
Both palettes come with 4 mono shadows plus 2 new duo-shades,1 eyeliner and 1 high gloss lip pencil; the shadows come in the pop-out format like the recent 'build your own palette' (reviews here and here), so you can further customize these beautiful tins, with your existing UD colours.
Oh by the way, all the shades are brand new as well!

Theodora Palette* is inspired by the wicked witch - Mila Kunis - so you can create a smoky, edgy, more intriguing kinda of look.
This is not only an eyeshadow palette but a fabulous set that will let you create a complete look and at a very decent price - £35 - I could easily imagine any other brand trying to market the lip colour as a separate product and charge another 14quid (just saying..).
Included there's also a 'get the look' card with tips on how to use the shades at their best but of course, you can create many more looks with all these colours.
Broken is a matte cream, perfect as an highlighter/all over the lid primer - Beware is a matte medium brown with a yellow undertone, kind of a ochre/sepia which has been really popular in recent catwalks; Bewitch is a true dark brown which will suit any eye colour, slight shimmer here - West is another stunning shimmery brown with red undertone; such a rich, chocolate shade that has a metallic finish.
l-r: bewitch, beware, broken, west
Spell is half rich antique gold and half black/blueish dark shade with multi-tonal glitter; both colours are very shimmery and - especially the gold - the glitter is a bit chunky but luckly doesn't transfer to the eyelid.
Jealous is again a duo-shade with a dark and light green - both smooth with good pigmentation and a pearl finish.
l-r: spell, spell, jealous, jealous
My favourite shades are Beware, West and Spell (dark side).
Finally, you also get a 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil in zero (black) and I don't think this eyeliner needs any presentation and Super-Saturated High-Gloss Lip Colour in a vibrant warm red to finish the look. I'm extremely impressed with both pigmentation and glossiness of this lip colour - Gorgeous!
Zero is not the deepest black I have ever seen but you can be assured it won't budge.
I wanted to give enough space and photos to each of these gorgeous palettes and do them proper justice so I decided to review them separately... so pop around tomorrow for swatches from the Glinda palette!!!

37 comments:

  1. This looks like a really pretty palette, and I'm a sucker for anything Urban Decay. Looking forward to seeing the Glinda palette! xxx

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    1. me too, love UD - the quality of the shadows is unbelievable and such pretty colours... also a lot of attentions to details! xxx

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  2. I want the palette's just because of what they are, I dont think I could ever bring myself to use them xx

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    1. hehe, I know.. sooo pretty... I could just stare at them all day :) xx

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  3. I have the Glinda palette, but was so tempted to get this one too. Naughty! :)

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    1. Hehe they're both gorgeous but Glinda is my fave :)

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  4. This looks awesome! Can't wait to see what Glinda is like xx

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  6. This looks so pretty! I bet the Glinda one is even prettier xxx

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    1. It is, hehe, at least it's my favourite. Xxx

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  7. I love the shades in this, so pretty! x

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