Review on popular Urban Decay products

There are lots and lots of Urban Decay products. Some are awesome, and some SUCK. For example, Urban Decay Primer Potion is AWESOME. Midnight Cowboy eyeshadow sucks with it's chunky glitter and major fall out. Here are some more products for review!

Urban Decay liquid liner:
I give these 3.5 stars out of 5. Their pigmentation is awesome! And I love how it will not budge once it sets. However, the built in brush sucks. It is not stiff enough and very thin, so unless you have the steadiest hand in the world, it takes FOREVER to get a smooth, precise line. That being said, if you use a different brush like I do, you will really enjoy this product. It is especially great for concealing the lash band on falsies.

Urban Decay 24/7 pencils:
I give these 5 out of 5 stars! They go on buttery smooth with EXCELLENT pigmentation, and I did a little experiment with them to see how long they would last on the back of my hand and it stayed on forever, even after my shower! I had to remove it with an oil based remover. I definitely recommend these, especially if you are going to the beach or in the pool.

Urban Decay Cream Shadow:
I give these 4 out of 5 stars becauseI really liked them, and they stayed on wonderfully and looked beautiful, but some of the colors went on chunky. I absolutely loved Weeds and Whipped (not pictured) but I didn't like Moonshine. It's kind of hit or miss, so make sure you swatch them before you buy them! They do look AWESOME under shadows though, so make sure to try them as a base as well.


GiGi said...

I love UD, but the glitter is too much. It falls all over my fave. I agree with you.

MsEclectic said...

I agree with you that U/D products can be hit and miss. I have mauie (spelling ?) wowie e/s and i hate it with a vengeance LOL. i cant believe i decided to use it in a hurry and then i couldnt get the glitter off my face coz i had already done my foundation :) I LOVE the e/s in their deluxe pallette though :)

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