What Shades Are In Urban Decay's XX Vice LTD Reloaded? It's Got Some Old Favorites — PHOTOS
It might only be the start of the year, but it looks like 2016 is going to be a good one for makeup lovers. Urban Decay released the XX Vice LTD Reloaded eyeshadow palette this week, because this brand knows its way around color just as well as those neutral hues. So, what shades are in the new Vice LTD Reloaded palette? Consider this the ultimate Urban Decay throwback.
Makeup enthusiasts everywhere are crazy for the Vice eyeshadow palettes, and now Urban Decay's at it again. Filled with 20 versatile shades, this palette is packed with all the essential colors you need to create a subtle, sophisticated, or bold look. You can do everything with this palette! It also might look a little bit familiar, since only three of the palette's shades are new.
According to the Ulta site, the 20 different colors reflect the 20-year history of the makeup brand. That means all your favorites are finally in one pretty little bejeweled box. The palette features three new shades, five vintage shades, five exclusive colors from palettes like Vice and Book of Shadows II, and seven bestselling singles. This limited edition palette is available online at Ulta.com now, and will hit stores on Jan. 24, so you'll want to get your hands on it before they're all gone.
Here's a breakdown of all the lovely cult shades and the all-time favorites that you'll get in the Urban Decay limited edition round-up.
This is one of the new shades from the palette, although the matte color looks like it could easily be tucked inside a Naked palette. This is a soft tan with a pinkish-purple undertone that would be absolutely gorgeous as a crease shade.
2. Oil Slick
Oil Slick, Urban Decay, $19
This dimensional shadow has appeared in several Urban Decay palettes according to the makeup blog Temptalia. It's also available as a single.
3. Road Stripe
Road Stripe, Glambot, Sold Out
You won't find this Urban Decay throwback anywhere but the new palette. The pure white shade has been discontinued for a while now, but it's making a comeback!
Gash, Amazon, Unavailable
The gorgeous deep red vintage shade is the perfect pop of shimmery color. It's discontinued now, but it was once sold as a separate.
5. Midnight Cowboy
Midnight Cowboy, Urban Decay, $19
This single is described online as a "pink champagne shimmer with silver glitter." You can buy this iconic shade on its own at Urban Decay's website.
501, Vice LTD Reloaded Palette, Ulta
This deep metallic blue with micro glitter appears to be new to the Urban Decay family. There have been plenty of rich blue shadows, but the hints of copper make this one a stand out.
Shallow, Vice LTD Reloaded Palette, Ulta
"Shallow" also appears to be brand new. This gorgeous pale taupe-silver satin would make the most perfect highlight color along the brow bone.
Laced, Ulta, $19
This fan-favorite recently came out in it's own single, and it makes the perfect matte addition to this new palette.
9. Hot Pants
Hot Pants, Vice LTD Reloaded Palette, Ulta
If you're looking for a classic powder pink, then this is the shade for you. It was originally sold as a single from 2010-2011, but is now discontinued.
Mildew, Urban Decay, $19
Don't let the name deceive you, because this shimmery olive green shadow is gorgeous.
Smog, Urban Decay, $19
This gorgeous brown shade is currently sold as a single, but works perfectly with the colors in this palette.
Misdemeanor, Vice LTD Reloaded Palette, Ulta
This classic cult color, originally found in the Urban Decay Volume II palette from 2009, is finally making it's comeback.
Freakshow, Vice LTD Reloaded Palette, Ulta
Previously available in the Vice LTD and 6-Pan eyeshadow palettes, you can now find it housed in this limited edition palette as well.
Asphyxia, Urban Decay, $19
Two purples in one palette? Yes, please!
15. Acid Rain
Acid Rain, House of Beauty
This pale yellow-green vintage Urban Decay color is finally back after being discontinued in 2011.
Although it was available as a refill for the Build Your Own Palette, this discontinued shade was never sold as a single.
This shimmery blue throwback shade has been re-vamped in the new Urban Decay formula.
Goldmine, Vice LTD Reloaded Palette, Ulta
Have you ever seen a richer gold? Probably not. Urban Decay sells the shade as a loose glitter, and they seem to have made it into an eyeshadow for this palette.
19. Twice Baked
Twice Baked, Urban Decay, $19
This is another popular single that looks flawless with the other shades in this palette.
Anonymous, Vice LTD Reloaded Palette, Ulta
Last but not least is the gorgeous pale pink from both the Vice I and the Vice LTD palette.
This definitely hits all the highs from the company's 20-year run!