Thursday, August 10, 2017

Urban Decay Review, Vice Special Effects, Razor Sharp Eyeliners, Setting Spray & More*

Hey lovelies, so today I'll be sharing my thoughts on the lovely bits I received from Urban Decay - I'm using the same image I used in my other post because the Great British weather has been crap and I just wasn't able to get any photography worth sharing. Only 30 days till I'm returning to my photography set up and new lights!

I'm not going to lie for the longest time Urban Decay has been my favourite brand, I don't wear makeup everyday except for lipsticks and Urban Decay sell the best ones. I've also loved their Gwen Stefani and Spectrum palette. So receiving some bits for them honestly made me cry it's an amazing feeling to be working with them.

Vice Special Effects Liquid Lipsticks*

I received two of these and I've been dying to try them. The vice lipsticks are my all time favourites with 714 being my everyday choice. I received Monarchy a stunning purple with a blue undertone, and a Bruja a stunning bright pink with hints of red. Neither of these are shades I'd wear everyday but Bruja looks perfect over 714. I haven't opened Monarchy because it's not a shade I'll reach for. The lipstick was relatively long lasting and stayed on even when eating.

Oil Control Makeup Setting Spray*

I've been loving this -I've been dying to an Urban Decay Setting Spray for the longest time and this gave me the opportunity to try one. I don't have oily skin, as far as it goes my skin is very 'normal' but this did give my skin a matte look, I imagine this would work wonders if you do have oily skin. The packaging is so beautiful too.

Razor Sharp Eyeliners*

I'm not a fan of eyeliner and I received three of these from UD in the shades Zodiac, Push and Revolver. These are all quite dark shades - a dark green, a dark blue and a slate grey. My eyes are so sensitive to everything so I don't ever wear eyeliner. I'll be popping these in a giveaway because I don't want them to go to waste.

Naked 2 Basics Eyeshadow Palette*

I love the shades in this palette, they're six beautiful shades that you can wear everyday. I love the nude taupe theme too, you can build up some lovely looks with these shades. The two shades in the middle of the palette Frisk and Cover are my personal favourites. The packaging is a little to light for my liking it's very different to the other naked palettes and it feels really cheap, but it has a smaller mirror which is handy.

Again I'm absolutely blown away that I've now worked with two out five of my favourite brands and I've loved trying everything. Check my twitter for a little UD giveaway.

Check out some of my other urban decay reviews, Alice in Wonderland lipstick review, Gwen Stefani lipstick review and the full spectrum palette review.


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