Hola! Oh gosh, the haze recently had and have been really really bad. The PSI today shot up to 155! Please stay hydrated and wear a mask if you’re going outdoors in this crazy hot and hazy weather!
Anyway, here’s the belated Urban Decay Glinda Palette review and swatches! I am absolutely in love with this gorgeous magical-looking palette with the pastels and shimmers. Without further ado, let’s hop into the fascinating land of the Glinda Palette!
The Urban Decay Glinda Palette comes in a hard metal tin which is very sturdy. When you close the palette, you can hear the ‘click’ sound which indicates that it is secure and will not spill all over when you pop this baby into your bag. Overall I love the aurora colours on the casing itself.
Each eyeshadow is a full-sized shadow at 0.05 oz except Aura and Oz which are 4 halves of eyeshadows. As usual, Urban Decay’s eyeshadows are buttery smooth, creamy and vibrant. All the shades here will not cause fallout issues with the exception of Oz due to the specks of glitter in it.
Tornado – Deep shimmery purple
Aura – Duo-chrome blue and pink
Magic – Blue-toned pink with gold micro-shimmer
Illusion – Peachy beige with shimmers
Oz – Sparkly gold and silver with silver glitters
South – Shimmer metallic taupe
Top Row: Tornado / Aura / Magic
Bottom Row: Illusion / Oz / South
Also included in the palette is the Super-Saturated Lip Gloss Pencil in Glinda and the ever famous Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-on Pencil in Rockstar. I love the consistency of the lip gloss pencil because it’s not too sticky and it gives a my-lips-but-better colour! Love the natural look on the lips when applied! It isn’t drying too.
Glinda Lip Gloss Pencil – Pinkish nude
Rockstar – Deep blackish purple
These are the swatches of all the colours in the Glinda Palette:
Overall, I love this palette to bits and I reach out for it pretty often as well. Check out my Glinda-inspired look in the tutorial here. To have an in-depth review on the Glinda Palette, you can watch my YouTube video right here: