Urban Decay has recently released their Smoked Palette and it’s nothing short of amazing!! Everything from the packaging to the collection of gorgeous colors grabs your attention and keeps it. Take a look as I do an in-depth review of the palette!
The Smoked Palette includes:
-A lookbook full of tips and many different smoky eye looks
-A mini Eye Primer Potion
-Full size 24/7 Glide-on Eye Pencil in Perversion
-10 gorgeous eyeshadows:
Kinky – a matte highlight shade; perfect for catching the light without distracting from the intensity of a smoky eye
Freestyle – a matte peachy brown (almost perfectly matching my skin tone!); used as an all over lid color
Mushroom – a metallic taupe with silver undertones
Backdoor – a matte, chocolate brown; used for contouring
Blackout – a matte black; an essential in a smoky palette!
Barlust – a metallic copper; such a great shade for a brown smoky eye
Rockstar – a rich, metallic purple; a wonderful way to branch out into a colored smokey eye
Evidence – a metallic navy that shines cobalt in the light; not as pigmented as the other jewel toned colors
Loaded – a deep, metallic green; another great way to branch out into the world of colored smoke
Asphalt – a metallic charcoal; an awesome way to deepen a smoky eye without using black
In the upcoming couple of weeks, I’ll be doing a series of tutorials on all of the looks from the Smoked Lookbook. This will provide y’all with a huge range of smoked looks that are perfect for any occasion you can think of! :) Now that hubby is getting better, I’m so excited to finally be back working on Glow of Grace!!
Disclaimer: This review is 100% my opinion. This post is not sponsored by Urban Decay; I bought this palette myself.