Urban Decay has done it again, the new Vice palette is even more beautiful than the previous 3. The new addictively gorgeous Urban Decay Vice 4 Eyeshadow Palette contains 20 new shades in beautiful shades of deep brights, smoky neutrals, and lovely mattes in a mixture of matte, satin, sparkle and metallic finishes. There’s literary a shade for every occasion, every skin tone and every style. If you’re a fan of colour, looking to add a little shimmer and shine in your holiday looks, or just love a good smoky eye, you’re going to love this limited edition palette.
Urban Decay Vice 4 Eyeshadow Palette comes packaged in a beautiful, sleek, extra slim case that features a dimensional web of broken-down facets layered over a completely matte black lid. It’s done in rich, metallic inks to give the case an oil-slick effect that mimics the shades within. A little chic, a little edgy and totally unique. I’m obsessed. It has a magnetic closure, full length inside mirror, matching zipper pouch for safe keeping when not in use and incredible soft and fluffy double ended brush. It also comes with a unique pigment infusion system that offers rich and intense colour payoff with a stunning finish, found in all Vice palettes. It’s arranged into columns, with more neutral shades on the left, intense shades down the middle and your more smoky shades to the right.
Each shade in the Urban Decay Vice 4 Eyeshadow Palette is buttery soft, incredibly smooth and glides on like a dream. You can pair each colour coordinating quad for your own custom palette or mix and match different shades throughout the palette for a more unique and one of a kind look. The formula is what you’d expect from UD, pigmented, opaque, little to no fall out and stays put for up to 10 hours. Like always, I do suggest pairing it with a primer, just to help lock in the colour and prevent any of the glittery finishes from fading. It retails for $70.
Bones is an oyster satin with a pearl finish. This light beige has a stunning pearly sheen to it that’s quite beautiful. Grip is a taupe matte with iridescent micro-glitter. This rich taupe with warm undertones and a slight sparkle. Deadbeat is a black satin with iridescent micro-glitter. This dark, almost charcoal grey has almost a teal shimmer running throughout it, making it interesting and quite unique. Beatdown is a deep metallic violet with blue micro-glitter. This extremely dark violet has a lovely pearly sheen to it. Pandemonium is a metallic plum with iridescent micro-glitter. This blackish plum has a frosted sheen with a slight pinkish sparkle.
Framed is a light neutral matte-satin. Its peachy orange matte finish is the perfect highlight shade. Fast-Ball is a metallic peachy pink with pink micro-glitter. This vibrant and bright pink has a lovely sheen to it with just a hint of sparkle. 1985 is a metallic fuchsia with fuchsia micro-glitter. It too is extremely bright with a slight purplish tint and a frosted sheen finish. Underhand is a burgundy-brown satin with a frosted finish. Harlot is a metallic lavender with a metallic silver sheen.
Discreet is a soft dusty mauve matte. This light lavender has a completely matte finish. Grasshopper is a metallic emerald with green micro-glitter. It too is bright and bold with a frosted sheen and almost an emerald green sparkle to it. C-Note is a frosted green with micro-glitter. It’s slightly darker with a metallic sheen and a beautiful gold sparkle. Arctic is a bright teal with tonal sparkle. This blueish teal has a stunning metallic sheen with a darker teal sparkle and is probably my fave shade out of the bunch. Robbery is a deep metallic brown-gunmetal with a frosted sheen finish.
Bitter is a reddish brown with a matte finish. Fame is a bright orange with gold micro-glitter. Low is a brown matte with iridescent micro-glitter and large silver glitter. Crowbar is a black with golden metallic pearl and micro-glitter. Delete is a deep chestnut brown matte-satin. It has almost a reddish tint to it with a fairly matte finish.