3 Looks 1 Palette & Review of the Urban Decay Born to Run Eyeshadow Palette

I haven’t been interested in a lot of Urban Decay’s latest releases until I saw the Born to Run eyeshadow palette appear on Ulta’s website. All of the colors just call out to me and I can see so many looks coming out of this one palette from every day to glam to grunge. Basically all of the variety I typically go with for my makeup. So I wanted to create a few different looks from this palette.

Urban Decay Naked Skin Weightless Complete Coverage Concealer in Fair Neutral Review

For the past week along with testing the Colourpop x Kathleen Lights Dream St Palette, I tested out the Urban Decay Naked Skin Weightless Complete Coverage Concealer in the shade Fair Neutral. I ran out of the Makeup Revolution Conceal and Define Concealer, and any shade remotely close to my skin tone was sold out. And my other concealers were dried out or expired so I needed a new concealer to try out since I wear concealer every single day. But I didn’t want to get a new Tarte Shape Tape though I probably will get another one of those again.


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Urban Decay Naked Heat Palette Review & Swatches

So I love the Urban Decay Naked series, I know they get a lot of internet heat on them about being over-hyped. But if I want a neutral look these are the first palettes I reach for, when they announced they were coming out with Urban Decay Naked Heat palette I knew I was going to get it. The palette costs $54 and includes 12 shadows just like all the other Naked Palettes with 0.05 oz for each shade.

Picking Random Makeup Colors AND Making Them Work Challenge #5

This has to be one of my favorite makeup challenges. And I just received some new eyeshadow brushes in the mail from Luxie Beauty so I thought I would give this challenge another attempt to sort of test out the brushes. I’m not sure my final thoughts on the brushes at this time but I will do a review of them in the future. For this attempt of the “Picking Random Makeup Colors and Making Them Work Challenge” created by Mariah Leonard I decided instead of changing up how I arranged my single eyeshadows in my palette I would just pick three from each side and then make them work. Since one side is more of the neutral colors and the other is the bold colors. That way it’s a little more workable. Next time, I’ll probably do something different.

Urban Decay Jean-Michel Basquiat Gold Griot & Tenant Palette Review

I love the Urban Decay Naked palettes and I saw that they came out with these two palettes inspired by the artist Jean-Michel Basquiat. The packaging is covered in his artwork which reminds me of urban, neo-expressionism. His art was first rose to popularity in the 80s in NYC,  but his artwork is exhibited all over the world today. Now this collection did face some controversy over how they used as the main model. But I’m not going to go into that for this review, I’m just going to focus on the two palettes: Gold Griot and Tenant. Both palettes cost $39 individually.

Urban Decay Meltdown Makeup Remover Review

Recently I purchased the Urban Decay Meltdown Makeup Remover Dissolving Spray and Lip Balm, but did end up trying it out until yesterday. So I decided instead of just testing it out then later making a video or review that I would film my first impressions. And I honestly was shook testing this out! I didn’t expect it to be as good as it was. But I’ll let the video speak for itself.