Urban Decay Vice 2 Palette Review

On December 5, 2013

Urban Decay has straight up mastered the art of the palette. Every single one is a mass-hysteria hit and with good reason.

Out of all of the eyeshadow brands I’ve used, Urban Decay is among some of the most pigmented and blendable. Their Naked palettes will keep you well-supplied with neutrals for a lifetime but when you want a shot of color, Urban Decay has you covered there too.

When they released their original Vice palette last year, it rapidly sold out and was basically never seen again. Couldn’t get my hands on it if I wanted to. So when the Vice 2 was announced, beauty junkies were like “hoooollaaaaah!”

I have a full review over at Divine Caroline with shade descriptions so get on dat.

This palette was heavily used during a holiday makeup video shoot I did with Divine Caroline and it was freaking perfect for so many looks. Check out this purple glittery smoky eye with colors Betrayal and Voodoo from the Vice 2 palette.

My early faves are definitely Shellshock-most fabulous bright silver ever, Prank-sexy ass navy with green sparkles, Poison-blackened green with sparkles, Damaged-sexual evergreen with sparkles, and Betrayal-duochrome lilac that will make you see squeeeeee!!

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Swatches in order of palette.
Row 1, L to R: Smokeout, Lovesick, Shellshock, Coax, X-Rated, Prank, Madness, Strike, Stash, Poison, Radar, Damaged, Voodoo, Betrayal, Derailed.

Row 2, L to R: Dope, Toxic, Habit, Ambush, Rewind

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