November 15, 2015

Urban Decay Vice 4 Eyeshadow Palette

As you may know already, Urban Decay launched its fourth Vice Eyeshadow Palette recently! This limited edition palette includes twenty brand new shades with a wide range of textures and finishes, from shimmery metallics and sparkly glitters to smooth mattes.

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Urban Decay Vice 4 Eyeshadow Palette Review Photos Swatches

Urban Decay Vice 4 Eyeshadow Palette Review Photos

Urban Decay Vice 4 Eyeshadow Palette Review Photos

I don't own any of the other Vice palettes so I can't compare them, but I love the packaging and the color range in this one!

The majority of these shades are very pigmented and buttery smooth, but some colors look best over a primer and 2 of them have a gritty and crumbly formula.

If you dislike glitters, please note that this palette only contain 11 shades that have a matte or shimmery finish. 2 shades have a very sparkly finish with no glitters, which means that the 7 other colors contain glitters. That being said, only 2 of these glittery eyeshadows (Low and Crowbar) are very chunky and loaded with glitters. You will need to apply these 2 eyeshadows with your fingers and over a good primer.

Urban Decay Vice 4 Eyeshadow Palette Swatches

Bones is a light shimmery grey with a subtle pinky beige sheen. Grip is a light grey with silver micro glitters. Deadbeat is a dark grey with silver micro glitters. Beat Down is a indigo with a subtle purple undertone, the finish is shimmery but not glittery. (Try Beat Down on top of 1985, you will thank me later!) Pandemonium is a purple with a very sparkly finish and micro glitters. 

Urban Decay Vice 4 Eyeshadow Palette Swatches

Framed is a light beige with a matte finish. Fast-Ball is a shimmery peach with a pink sheen. 1985 is a bright magenta with a soft shimmery finish.  Underhand is a plum with warm undertones and a shimmery finish. Harlot is a light mauve with a shimmery finish.

Urban Decay Vice 4 Eyeshadow Palette Swatches

Discreet is a very light lavender with a matte finish. (I like to use this one to tone down the orangey undertones in Bitter!) Grasshopper is a bright green with a sparkly finish. C-Note is a greyish blue with warm undertones and a sparkly finish. Arctic is a bright shimmery turquoise with silver micro glitters. Robbery is a medium taupe with an olive-grey sheen, the finish is frosty.

Urban Decay Vice 4 Eyeshadow Palette Swatches

Bitter is an orangey brown with a matte finish. Flame is a golden peachy pink with a very sparkly finish. Low is a glittery grey brown, the formula is very chunky. Crowbar is an greenish brown with a generous amount of glitters, the formula is chunky. Delete is a medium brown with a satin finish. (Delete is pretty much matte though)

This palette contain $235 CAD worth of eyeshadow, so even if you don't like a few shades I think it's still a great value! You can only buy 3 full-sized Urban Decay eyeshadows for the same amount of money, and here you get 20 different shades to play with! Each eyeshadow is 0.8g and a full-size UD eyeshadow is 1.5g, basically you get 14 extra shades for the same price. Please note that it comes with a makeup pouch and a double-ended shadow/crease brush too!

Urban Decay Vice 4 Eyeshadow Palette Review Holiday 2015

The Urban Decay Vice 4 Eyeshadow Palette retail for $70 CAD for 16g (20 x 0.8g).

(I received this product in order to evaluate it and give my opinion, but rest assured that my comments are always honest and impartial.)

3 comments:

  1. Stunning shades! Robbery and Harlot are my faves!

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    1. Robbery is one of my favorites too, so pretty!!

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  2. Flame has stolen my heart :) I have found myself so inspired to use colour with Vice 4 now x

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