How are we already in the final week of October? I can’t be the only one who has felt like time has really flown by, can I? Not that I am complaining – since you know, it’s my birthday this coming Saturday – hooray! The countdown begins…!
Anyways, today I am sharing with you a review (that I’ve wanted to post for some time now) of the Urban Decay Liquid Moondust Eyeshadow. I received these a few weeks ago, and since then have been playing around with the colours, and today I am sharing my thoughts on them. If you’re wanting to learn more about the Urban Decay Liquid Moondust Eyeshadows and their pros/cons than scroll through!
Urban Decay Liquid Moondust Eyeshadow Review & Swatches
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Urban Decay Liquid Moondust Eyeshadows:
There are 8 shadows total in the Urban Decay Liquid Moondust Eyeshadow collection, which include:
Chem Trail: Described as a “oyster with iridescent sparkle”. This is a champagne gold colour that is really beautiful looking in the tube. However, this shadow applies very patchy, and the glitter is quite gritty.
Zap: One of my favourites in the collection, zap is a bronze shadow with a very soft golden sparkle in it.The formula is very creamy, and the shadow applies very pigmented and opaque. It is described as “gold with tonal sparkle”
Spacetime: Another favourite, Spacetime is a deep chocolatey brown shade with gold sparkle throughout it. The formula is very creamy, and the shadow applies very pigmented and opaque. This shadow is described as a “deep coppery bronze with iridescent sparkle”.
Recharged: This is a light rose gold tone shadow, with pink and gold sparkle throughout it. When you turn this shadow takes on stronger notes of pink or gold. Like Chem Trail, this shadow does not apply in a uniform way and there are “bald patches” in the overall application. The glitter in this shadow is also a bit more gritty. Recharged is described as “peach with pink shift & sparkle”.
Solstice: This shadow is a soft cranberry toned shadow with red, pink, gold, and blue-ish sparkle in it. This shadow is a very creamy formula, and applies very evenly. Solstice is described as “pink-red with green 3-D sparkle & shift”
Magnetic: This deep purple shadow is super creamy, and the shadow applies very pigmented and opaque. Magnetic is described as “purple with iridescent sparkle” and is one of my favourites in the collection.
Vega: This shadow is described as a “bright blue with iridescent sparkle”. I noticed it had purple sparkle through it, and while the formula was creamy like some of the others it didn’t apply as evenly as hoped. This shadow is buildable and you could eventually achieve a more even look, but it would take a bit of time and commitment to playing around with the product.
Zodiac: This shadow is a deep green / black shadow with green sparkle in it. This is a very daring and pigmented colour, and the formula of it is quite creamy. Zodiac is described as “smoky black w/blue-green shift & blue-green 3-D sparkle”.
Cost: These shadows cost $29.00 at Sephora. Shop the full Urban Decay Liquid Moondust Eyeshadow here!
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