What Colors Are In Urban Decay’s Full Spectrum Palette? You'll Find All The Colors Of The Rainbow
This brand may be known for their stunning palettes full of everyday neutral shades, but they’re also not afraid to go bold. And that’s exactly what they’ve done with their latest Full Spectrum Palette. What colors are in Urban Decay’s Full Spectrum Palette, you might ask? Why, every color of the rainbow. Yes, I’m completely serious.
In a video debuting the product, Chief Creative Officer and Founding Partner Wende Zomnir showed off the 21 shadows the palette contains. According to Zomnir, the shades are arranged in a rainbow effect from left to right and an ombre effect from top to bottom. There’s everything from magenta to bold yellow here, and these shades come in variety of finishes. So, if you’ve been hunting for a great metallic purple eyeshadow, you’ll likely find it here.
The palette will be limited edition, so if you love painting your face up with bold pigment, you’re going to want to get your hands on this the moment it’s available. According to Marie Claire, it will be on sale at Sephora starting Oct. 26. Just in time for your Halloween makeover! YAS! Mark your calendars and get ready to have so a ton of shades at your disposal.
It'd be hard not to love something packed with this much color. Doesn't it just make you feel like a kid again?
Think of it as your painter's palette. Then, let your face be your canvas. Go on and get creative!
Bright color, shimmer, shine. Yep, this is everything you could ever hope for.
There are 18 shades that were created just for this palette. So, take advantage of the fact that you can't find these colors anywhere else.
It's got everything to give you a pop of color or allow you to create a dark smokey eye. So, that pretty much covers your go-to beauty looks, right? That's what I thought!
Find out exactly what went into creating this amazingness by check out this video. And like I said, be prepared to make a purchase ASAP. There's no way you'll want to let this baby slip away.