Even with little beauty knowledge, you definitely have heard of Urban Decay’s holy grail range of Naked products. I’m absolutely in love with them, too. In fact, Urban Decay is one of my favorite brands! And not just because of the Naked range. Let’s forget Naked for a moment… Introducing today, 5 of my favorite Urban Decay products I absolutely adore!
Moondust eyeshadow – available in 11 shades – $20
These eyeshadows are gorgeous. Absolutely flawless. I own 3 eyeshadows from the moondust range (Moonspoon, Space Cowboy and Zodiac) and they’re definitely a purchase I didn’t regret. I guess that the only downside is the price – they’re very expensive. But in exchange you get a high-quality, long-lasting and fabulous eyeshadow. A little warning for the more casual make-up artists among us, the Moondust eyeshadows aren’t easy products to use – it takes a few tries before you get used to the eyeshadow and fully understand how to apply it best.
Glinda palette – limited edition (not available anymore) – $49
If my house was on fire and I could only grab one eyeshadow palette, this would be it. In honour of the Oz, The Great and Powerful movie, Urban Decay offered, for limited time only, two movie-inspired palettes, one being the Glinda palette. It has the most gorgeous colors – it has some pink, purple and peach shades, paired with silvers, whites and golds. Versatile and beautiful. I really wished I could send you off to Sephora to buy your own! Thank the heavens for eBay, right?
Travel-sized Primer Potion – $12
The best there is. Enough said.
All Nighter setting spray – $30
In combination with the last product coming up, this works wonders. My foundation or BB cream lasts visibly longer if I use my Urban Decay De-Slick mattifying powder + All Nighter setting spray together. I used to do little touch-ups throughout the day but since I’ve bought these products, I just don’t need to do that anymore. That’s the dream, right? For my skin, this works wonders.
De-Slick mattifying powder – $32
Many beauty babes use this to control their oily skin but I use this to simply set my make-up. It’s a great light-weight translucent powder that doesn’t look cakey at all (because, let’s face it, many powders make you look like you’ve just been painted by a six-year old in an online Barbie make-over game). Love this product!
What’s your favorite Urban Decay product, besides the Naked range?