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Urban Decay · Wired Pressed Pigment Palette

Urban Decay has come out with many eye-catching palettes, but I’ve got to say that the new Wired Pressed Pigment Palette is positively retina-searing — and I mean that in a good way, of course. And while these eye-popping shades may be somewhat out of my comfort zone, I can’t help but want to go nuts with them. Don’t send help …

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Urban Decay · Party Favor Moondust Palette

Right before Christmas, I received this Urban Decay Party Favor Moondust Palette (more on the name later on) as part of a L’Oréal Luxe box, and my first reaction was that it looked “fun”. Then I actually swatched it and I was all “WHOA” … a reaction that in turn prompted a more in-depth review, hence this post (duh, lol) — enjoy!

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Urban Decay · Naked Honey Palette

From the brand that made “beauty nudity” part of our mainstream vocabulary, the latest to join the family is Urban Decay’s Naked Honey Palette — 12 lush amber-inspired hues that come in a mix of finishes and guaranteed to hit your sweet spot (see what I did there? lol)

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Urban Decay · Game of Thrones Collection

When Urban Decay first announced their collaboration with HBO’s Game of Thrones, my heart almost stopped: a beauty collection from one of my fave brands + my ULTIMATE FAVOURITE TV SERIES OF ALL TIME (yes, that deserved to be said in caps) = worlds colliding and in the best possible way. As a seriously massive fan of the show (I’ve even read all the books), I was beyond thrilled and when the collection finally arrived, and that feeling has grown exponentially upon playing with all the pieces. The game is most definitely ON.

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Urban Decay · Naked Reloaded

I clearly remember the day I got my hands on Urban Decay’s original Naked palette: I was vacationing in Florida where I picked it up from Sephora on the day it launched (I also used my elbows to to great advantage, fighting the crowds). This simple yet totally novel concept of an eyeshadow palette filled with neutrals went on to spawn an entire Naked empire (all of which I apparently own) and even though I don’t reach for that palette as often anymore, I was still sad to learn it was being discontinued. I should have known that Urban Decay wouldn’t let a good thing die out: think of Naked Reloaded as a fresh, new & modern reboot of the original … and I must admit, an excellent successor to the legacy.

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