Urban Decay Gwen Stefani Palette Review
Today I have a review of the brand new Urban Decay Gwen Stefani Palette for you! I love the packaging! It has this 80s vibe to it but feels so glam! It is also very sturdy and I like how it lays in my hand- I can hold it easily with one hand and hold a brush in the other- like an artist! ;-)
The palette offers some really beautiful colors in the 3rd row- the blue (Danger), the gold (1987) and the pink (Harajuku) are very pigmented shimmer colors that apply creamy and wonderful.
In the first 2 rows though there are some colors that feel repetitive and look all a bit too much the same. I think this palette is especially great if you have very fair skin.
But the 3 matte colors on the right are therefore a creamy pigmented dream: the brown with plum undertones (Pop), the grey (Serious) and the black (Blackout).
|Baby & Steady look almost the same|
|Anaheim & Zone are very similar|
Overall - even though a couple colors seem not unique enough to be in the same palette- I still adore this one very much- I find I can create dramatic looks as well as natural looks but I love it also simply because Gwen Stefani created it!
The Urban Decay Gwen Stefani palette is not a MUST- it is a WANT- AND I WANT! ;-)
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Here is a Makeup look that I created. I´m wearing the gold (1987) on my lid, the blue (Danger) on my outer V and on my lower lash line, and Zone in my crease as well as Bathwater under my brow bone. I´m also wearing a Gwen Stefani lipstick in Rock Steady.
|Gwen Stefani lipstick in Rock Steady|
I also have lipswatches of some of Gwen Stefani's lipsticks (I had free samples).
|Gwen Stefani lipstick in 714 is a matte coral color.|
|Ex- Girlfriend is a shiny sheer nude.|
|Firebird is a creamy blue based fuchsia.|
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