Urban Decay has hands-down some of the best eyeshadow palettes out there. Bold? Check. Edgy? Check. TONS of colors? Check and check. And their latest release is no exception, but before you shop, you might be wondering: just which colors are in the Urban Decay Vice 4 Palette?
When it comes to eyeshadow palettes — the more colors, the better, because the combination possibilities are seriously endless. Plus, you can basically be assured that with that many colors, there are going to be several that everyone likes/wants, so when Urban Decay released their sequel to the popular Vice Palette, I immediately had to know which colors were in it. Spoiler: The rich jewel tones are everything you're going to want for the holiday party season.
But before you drop $60 on the palette, let me break down the 20 different shadows you can find in it:
Bones (oyster satin with pearl), Grip (taupe matte with iridescent glitter), Deadbeat (black satin with iridescent glitter), Beat Down (metallic violet with blue glitter), Pandemonium (metallic plum with iridescent glitter), Framed (light neutral matte-satin), Fast-Ball (metallic peachy pink with pink glitter), 1985 (metallic fuchsia with fuchsia glitter), Underhand (burgundy-brown satin) Harlot (metallic lavender), Discreet (soft dusty mauve matte), Grasshopper (metallic emerald with green glitter), C-Note (frosted green with glitter), Arctic (bright teal with tonal sparkle), Robbery (deep metallic brown-gunmetal), Bitter (reddish brown matte), Flame (bright orange with gold glitter), Low (brown matte with iridescent glitter), Crowbar (black with golden metallic pearl and glitter) and Delete (deep chestnut brown matte-satin).
Urban Decay Vice 4 Palette; $60; urbandecay.com
I'm loving the deep, jewel tones. See it up close:
I'd say add it to your Christmas list, but these colors are too pretty not to have in time for holiday parties. And if you're looking for ideas for how to combine the shadows, here are some tutorials for using the Vice 4 Palette.
Images: Urban Decay