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Urban Decay Gwen Stefani Limited Edition Eyeshadow Palette
I've shared some amazing Urban Decay products in the past with you guys and today I am going to be talking about yet another. I am a huge fan of Urban Decay, especially their eye shadows so when I saw this palette was going to be released, I was awaiting the day for it to come out so I could purchase it. Gwen Stefani is a huge pop icon and she is very popular these days, especially with being a coach on one of the most popular talent shows today, The Voice. This Urban Decay Gwen Stefani Limited Edition Eyeshadow Palette is most definitely a tribute to this star's fashion sense and style.
Gwen has always had a very funky, flashy style about her. From her “No Doubt” days up until today when she is a mother and solo artist. I've always loved the flair and style that she ahs had and she definitely incorporated that into this palette as well. The outside packaging is a beautiful black, white and gold packaging which are some of my favorite colors, especially when they are paired together.
There is a wide variety of neutral colors as well as pops of color throughout this palette including various finishes including mattes, satins, and shimmers which always makes it a very convenient palette. I'm going to quickly go through each color and provide you with a little description of each one so you can get a bit of a feel for the palette.
Blonde: A satin finish shade that is simply a nice, creamy color
Bathwater: A shimmery light tan shade
Skimp: A matte finish with a creamy/pink color to it
Steady: A warmer bronzey shimmer shade
Punk: A Deep warm-burgundy shade
Baby: A shimmery rose-gold shade
Anaheim: A matte finish with a camel/saddle brown color to it
Stark: A matte shade that is a creamy color with peach undertones
Zone: A matte light brown shade
Serious: A very deep gray shade with a matte finish
Pop: A very shimmery pinky/bronze shade
Harajuku: A shimmery finish with a bubblegum pink color
Danger: A beautiful cobalt blue with a shimmery finish
1987: A true shimmery gold shade
Blackout: A deep, matte black shade
I am absolutely in love with this palette. All of the colors have incredible pigmentation to them and they look fabulous. I would highly recommend picking up this palette if you're looking for one with a wide versatility to it and something that you can create a bunch of different, creative looks with. I think you get a really great product for a fairly decent price and it is definitely worth picking up. It is limited edition though, so be sure to pick up the Urban Decay Gwen Stefani Limited Edition Eyeshadow Palette fast!