Pages

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Urban Decay Shattered Face Case Review


Eyeshadows L-R
Shakedown- shimmery dark grey (shimmer is finely milled)
Nameless- dark eggplant purple (shimmer is finely milled)
Minor Sin- light grey (minimal amount shimmer)
Bleach- tan with light shimmer
Remix- matte yellow based vanilla

Super Saturated Lip color pencil- creamy nude baby pink

24/7 Glide On eye pencil-Zero- carbon black

Blushes L-R
Temper-light mauve pink
Overexposed-bright baby pink

Highlighter-Glint-light bronze with finely milled shimmer

Urban Decay's popular Shattered Face Case comes on the heels of the Anarchy Face Case and from what I have read is just as popular. Anarchy is cool based whereas Shattered is warm. It is double decker with eyeshadows on top and blushes on bottom with the lip pencil attainable from either level. It is rather bulky but small enough to fit in a purse or travel bag. The clasps are tight and takes a moment to open, be careful using your nails! The eye pencil is on the top level. I love the "shattered" illusion on the front of the case with the purple Urban decay logo and a purple case. The eyeshadows are buttery soft and the color payoff is exceptional. The blushes have exceptional color payoff as well and a light hand is needed when applying. They do last well through my 12 hour shift at work, especially as I use a face primer and eye primer before application.

I am excited to own this palette and have a lot of fun creating looks for work and play. Urban Decays products are well made and fun and worth the $44 price tag. Who knows, you may be able to score this on Black Friday for a better price. Let me know if you have the Shattered Face Case or whether you will be getting it!

Happy Thanksgiving week! Blessings, Sherry