Urban Decay: Feminine Palette Review & Swatches9:00 AM
Hey everyone! Today I wanted to share with you another one of Urban Decay's limited edition palettes. I already reviewed the Fun Palette, which has a similar zip-around compact format, and this time I'm bringing you the more delicate Feminine Palette.
This palette comes in a sexy, purple-pink fabric case with black lace-printed clear plastic layered on top. I mentioned this because you can't see it in photos, but there's some cool dimensionality going on with the layered textures. Very pretty!
Eyeshadows Top: Bordello / Skimp / AC/DC
Lip Junkie Lipgloss: Wallflower
Eyeshadows Bottom: Gunmetal / Hijack / LostEach shadow is 0.03 oz (compared to UD's full-sized shadows at 0.05 oz) while the adorable mini gloss is 0.11 oz (compared to full-sized Lip Junkie at 0.34 oz).
Skimp: light peachy pearl
AC/DC: cool greyed purple
Gunmetal: charcoal satin with silver micro-shimmer
Hijack: metallic cool greenish-teal
Lost: creamy, deep metallic bronze
As with any palette, I like that there is a built-in highlight shade in Skimp which is a beautiful color with an almost golden tinge. The other standout to me is Lost, and no, not just because it's neutral! It's actually incredibly buttery smooth and just an all-around gorgeous minky brown. The other shades in the collection would all coordinate well with each other to give a bit more interest to any work-appropriate eye.
My only caveat is that I do wish the colored shades would each be warmed up a bit to work easier with my yellow undertones, but if you have more pink in your skin than me then you'll likely love this palette.
Here is a swatch of the Lip Junkie lipglosses from the three palettes:
Midnight Cowboy (Fun Palette) / Wallflower (Feminine Palette) / Naked (Dangerous Palette)
Lip Junkies in general have an emollient, medium-sticky formula with a strong minty scent and cooling sensation. If interested you can purchase the full-sized Lip Junkie lipglosses here for $19.
Overall, this is a good palette if you like "conservative color" and are drawn to cooler shades. I personally prefer shades with a bit more saturation but I can see this looking quite lovely on my brunette and blonde-haired friends! The Feminine Palette is available now for $36 at Sephora, Ulta, and beauty.com.
Hope you guys enjoyed this review! If you are interested, here is my review of the Fun Palette. I'll be posting the Dangerous Palette soon so keep checking back!
Readers, will you be picking up this palette? What do you think of Urban Decay eyeshadows? Let me know in the comments!
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