It’s always fun with a little glitter sparkle in our lives, no? Since the festive season is coming, I’m going to be talking about two eyeshadow palettes that will help you achieve a festive, glittery and sparkly eye makeup look!
I’ve been immersed in glitter with the Too Faced Glitter Bomb Prismatic Glitter Eye Shadow Palette & Urban Decay Moondust Eyeshadow Palette. When I first received the Glitter Bomb palette, I thought that the shades are quite in the same family as those in the Moondust, so I bought the Moondust to do a comparison post.
Both makeup brands are my absolute all-time favourites. They produce some of the best eye primers, foundations and lipsticks in my opinion. I wanted to do a glitter showdown between the two so… Read on for a mini review on each, comparisons, swatches and similar makeup looks using both palettes.
A girl cannot have no glitter in her makeup wardrobe.
For once, you can hold your complaints about Singapore always being one of the last few countries to launch any makeup product. Get ready to perfect your skin with an unbelievably gorgeous glow that lasts, pretty much the entire day, even in Singapore’s hot tropical climate.
Let’s take a while to register that the Urban Decay Naked Skin Glow Cushion Compact Foundation is finally launched in Singapore… YAS, WE ARE THE FIRST COUNTRY TO LAUNCH THIS, and even the United States haven’t gotten a launch date yet!
Oh yeah, as the title says, you’re about to get burnt by the hottest launch of the year – the Urban Decay Naked Heat Eyeshadow Palette. If you thought that the previous Naked palettes were hot stuff, brace yourself and enter the next level with the newest iteration.
The most sweltering Naked palette yet has reached our shores (yay!) and was sold out within an hour on Sephora Online during the pre-launch 2 weeks ago. How crazy is that? I’ve never heard of any palette being sold out in Singapore because I hardly see any girls with eyeshadows on the streets. So… does this mean that I will start seeing more girls hitting town with eyeshadows now?
Art as makeup. Makeup as art. From the colours to the shade names to the packaging, EVERYTHING in this special-edition collaboration spells A-R-T. Be immersed in a world of whimsical colours and graphics with the work of groundbreaking artist Jean-Michel Basquiat.
Like Urban Decay, Jean-Michel Basquiat was an outsider who challenged the status quo and used color in non-traditional ways. From his informal graffiti work and his mixing of mediums and colours to the way he spoke out against social injustice, it’s no wonder he was chosen to work with Urban Decay to produce a wonderful collection of wearable art.
You know there’s no other makeup you need if you keep reaching out for the same few ones for all sorts of looks. Well, I have been seriously swarmed with work and there’s no time for me to pick and choose the colours I need for my everyday makeup. Oddly, I haven’t been feeling the need to stick to one palette/collection of lipsticks until the Urban Decay Nocturnal Collection took over my vanity table.
About Urban Decay Nocturnal Collection
With a super versatile eyeshadow palette accompanied by 4 NEW luscious lipstick shades from the Vice range, you can have any look you want that can take you from a long day at the office to late-night cocktails with your girls. Want to instantly transform your makeup in seconds? Look no further than the Nocturnal Shadow Box and the Nocturnal Vice Lipsticks — a limited-edition collection that’s up for anything.