Urban Decay Oz The Great and Poweful - Glinda and Theodora Palettes
previous post and I'd say Urban Decay never fail to create limited edition palettes that's worth buying. The new shades they introduced are wearable and yet colorful enough to let you be creative with your looks. I like the fact that the individual shadows can be replaced, making your palette dynamic and reusable. The shadows are similar to any UD shadows, they are pigmented and easily packs in your brush. The only thing I don't like about the liner is that I tend to have a lot of fallouts when applying them, so I recommend that you apply a good primer first.
The palette also comes with a high gloss lip color and their 24/7 eye liner which saves me another trip to Sephora to get a new eye liner. I have been using the Urban Decay 24/7 liner for about 4 years now and so far it is the best liner that I've used. It's very creamy, making it easy to apply and blend which I recommend if you are tight lining. Also, it is very pigmented making your eyes pop and stand out without having to apply multiple layers of liner and shadow.
These palettes retail for $49 each and can be both from UrbanDecay.com or Sephora.
Calvin Klein CK One Quad and Lipstick
I've yet to try their foundation and see if it would match the MAC studio fix foundation that I couldn't replace for anything else :)
The quad palettes retail for $28 each and the lipstick retails for $16.
MAC Cosmetics Archie's Girls Limited Edition Quad Palettes
MAC comes up with another character based limited edition collection and this time they chose Archie Comics' Betty and Veronica as an inspiration. I was a fan of Archie when I was younger and seeing it in my favorite makeup brand is enough to drive me nuts! :) I was only able to purchase the 2 quads - Spoiled Rich and Caramel Sundae since I was too late for the travel brush kit. I usually get eyeshadows when purchasing from a limited edition collection since these last for years compared to cream-based and liquid products.
These palettes retail for $44 and you get the same pigmentation of the MAC eyeshadow :)
Smashbox Love Me Palettes
The last item in my haul is the Smashbox Love Me eyeshadow palettes. These eyeshadows are etched with Curtis Kulig's iconic Love Me logo. These come in Admire me and Entice me, each featuring 5 blendable colors.
Each palette retails for $34 dollars, available in Sephora and Ulta.
I've yet to try out all the palettes I bought and come up with new looks for Spring but these are just enough to keep me busy throughout the season! :)