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Urban Decay XX Vice Ltd Reloaded

I just love a new palette of eye shadows. It's like a box of watercolors or a new box of crayons for creating colorful beautiful things. My daughters gave me this for my birthday. What a fabulous gift!
Urban Decay XX Vice Ltd Reloaded eye shadow palette.
This eye shadow palette is the Urban Decay XX Vice Ltd Reloaded eye shadow palette. It was created in honor of Urban Decay's 20th anniversary and contains colors that span the 20 years of Urban Decay. It has 5 original colors Gash, Mildew, Acid Rain, UV-B and Oil Slick, they brought back 5 requested favorite colors, included 7 best sellers and 3 new colors. There are a variety of finishes in this palette: mattes, shimmers and irridescents which makes it really fun to work with. 

I always like UD eye shadows for the nice pigmentation and the fact that they go on with such smooth and even color. The shadows in this palette are made with UD's new formula: the Pigment Infused System to give them a velvet texture, rich color, blendability and better staying power. I think the new formula is great. The shadows go on smoother than ever.

Tip: I always use Urban Decay Primer Potion to keep any eye shadow from creasing and fading!

It can be overwhelming for some people when they look at all the colors in the palette. What do you do with them? What combinations work? There are soooo many color combinations you can create. 

This is one look I like. 
urban decay shallow, hot pants. misdemeanor, anonymous on eyes

urban decay vice reloaded  shallow, hot pants. misdemeanor, anonymous
The colors look so soft and pretty together.

I put together a little video of some color combinations I like from this UD palette to help inspire you to create beautiful eye shadows as well.

Click here to watch my Urban Decay XX Vice Ltd Reloaded video!

 This is a limited edition is no longer available. I found lots of other great UD palettes on Amazon though.

Be creative. Have fun and just play with the colors. You can be fancy and use 6 colors at a time or simple and just use 2 to create a gorgeous, sexy look to bring attention to your eyes.

        Have a Beautiful Day! 
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