Even though we are still in September, Urban Decay has already released its holiday collection and, as always, it doesn’t disappoint! Feast your eyes on these gorgeous holiday offerings:
BOOK OF SHADOWS VOL. 2 ($48.00)
This beautiful palette contains 16 eyeshadow shades: AC/DC (dark purple), Nylon (brown sparkle), Mushroom (gunmetal with taupe shift), Sphynx (pink w/glitter), Jinx (bright blue), Homegrown (bright green), Misdemeanor (dark teal), Perversion, Sellout, Gunmetal, Ecstasy, Midnight Cowboy Rides Again, Twice Baked, Half Baked, Flipside, YDK. In addition, it includes travel size 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencils in Zero and Bourbon and a travel size Eyeshadow Primer Potion.
SHOW PONY SHADOW BOX ($30.00)
The artsy palette, illustrated by Kime Buzzelli, darling of the LA art scene, contains six eyeshadows: Snatch (peachy-pink with glitter), Mildew (deep green), Flash (electric purple), Painkiller (turquoise shimmer), Smog (deep bronze), Toasted (copper). Also included are a travel size 24/7 Eye Pencil in and Zero and a mini bottle of Eyeshadow Primer Potion.
SMOKE OUT KIT ($34.00)
Sweet Lucy: blacks/greys
Yerba: deep greens
24/7 SUPER STASH ($36.00)
It contains nine mini sized 24/7 Eye Pencils: Zero, Graffiti, Ransom, Rockstar, Stash, Corrupt (chocolate-brown with sparkle), Binge (navy), Eldorado (golden), and Oil Slick (black with glitter).
24/7 SETS ($29.00)
Hi-Fi: Mildew (deep green), Zero, 1999, Flipside, & Heavy Metal Glitter Eyeliner in Distortion.
Stereophonic: Crash (deep plum), Zero, Underground, Gunmetal, & Heavy Metal Glitter Eyeliner in Midnight Cowboy.
URBAN DECAY ROCKS ($18.00)
Resplendent crystals of 24 silver, gold, and iridescent stones. You can use them in the inner or outer corner of your eyes, on your nails or cheeks, the possibilities are endless!
APOCALYPTIC NAIL KIT ($26.00)
It contains seven nail polishes: White Widow (white sparkle), Gunmetal (gunmetal sparkle), Apocalypse (black-purple), Grunge (metallic peacock), Meltdown (royal purple), Big Bang (sparkling hot pink) and Fbomb (true red).
What do you think of the collection? Has anything caught your eye?