Urban Decay recently introduced seven newly reformulated Urban Decay Eyeshahows ($18) with their spring 2013 launch. These new eyeshadows are beyond creamy and full of pigmentation! Easily the best shadows I have tried to date.
Some of these single eyeshadows are from previous palettes but some of them are brand new. Heartless, Uncut, and Snare are all new; while Omen and deep end are from the 15th Anniversary Palette, faint is from the Naked Basics Palette and Sidecar is from the Naked Palette.
I cannot tell you enough how amazing these shadows are. Urban Decay shadows were already my favorite and after re-formulating their complete eyeshadow collection there is no other shadows that comes even close to competing with them. At least that I have personally tried. They have such a buttery smooth feel to them, they glide on with effortless blendability and are richly pigmented!
As for packaging, they come in Urban Decay’s new single compacts with a transparent lid and the ability to pop out and be placed in their new 6-pan palettes.
The seven shades are:
- Sidecar: Beige sparkle
- Faint: Warm, matte dusty brown
- Deep End: Bright teal shimmer
- Snare: Smoky olive green shimmer
- Omen: Metallic bright purple with blue reflect
- Uncut: Smoky purple with reddish shimmer
- Heartless: Pale pink satin
Overall, I highly recommend picking up a few, or even all, of these single shadows. They are beautiful colors and I am sure that you will not be disappointed in the quality of them.
Have you tired any of these beautiful new shadows? Which one is your favorite?