Urban Decayis a brand that I fell in love with back when they released their glitter eyeliners back in the early secondary school days and since then I have tried and tested an array of their products and they always impress. As most of you beauty bloggers probably knowUrban Decayboast some of the best eyeshadow palettes in the beauty world and when I saw they were releasing theVice3palette I knew I had to get my hands on it!
The Vice3 palette features twenty brand new shades, ranging from deep, sunset orange to neutral nudes and jewel tones. It basically has such a varied range of shades yet they still compliment each other so well. From this you could literally create hundreds of different looks and I knew that no matter how much I didn’t need yet another make-up palette I just had to have it… So imagine my delight when this turned up under my Christmas tree!
The Vice3 palette comes in a metallic mirrored case along with a two sided eyeshadow brush for applying and blending. It also has a separate zip cover to keep the whole case protected which is great for travelling. The palette has everything you would expect from Urban Decay. The pigmentation is fantastic thanks to the brand’s Pigment Infusion System, it’s super long-lasting and truly fabulous. I particularly love the range of finishes the shadows have – from matte to metallic to shimmer – the list is endless.
It is literally made for us beauty bloggers who love to experiment with different shades and make-up looks. You can either blend together the horizontal quads which feature shades that compliment each other, or you can go wild and choose whatever shades you like! Since purchasing I have been wearing so many different colours and shades, such as deep blue (Heroine) and burnt orange (Lucky) as well as highlighting the eyes with bright pinks like Alien and Alchemy. It makes a great change from wearing nudes and browns and really brightens up dreary January days!
The palette costs £42 so it is rather pricey, but I can honestly see this being super long-lasting and being one that I cannot live without!
Have you tried the Vice3 palette?
What’s your favourite UD palette?
Lots of love,