Review: Urban Decay Sin Palette

A few weeks ago, I happened to be out shopping with my hubby, when I saw this palette. Now initially I thought it looked nice, but then I saw the label. Originally the palette costs £30, but Debenhams had it in a sale for £18 (it is back up to £30 now – but keep your eyes pealed).

I have never owned anything from Urban Decay and to be honest, I’ve wanted to pick things up, but nothing ever called to me. That was until I saw this!

I love that they are a cruelty free brand and I want to make a more conscious decision about which brands I choose to spend my money on.

The palette contains 6 shades.

The top row are blushes and a bronzer and the bottom are highlighters.

Kiss Off – This is cool tone, everyday pink blush. Perfect for fair people like me.

Score – It’s a peachy warm toned blush with a hint of shimmer. Not chunks of glitter, but a fine shimmer. Again, it works really well on my fair skin.

Paranoid – This is a warm toned bronzer with glitter. I use this as a shimmer bronzer, on top of a matte bronzer. Because I like to be glowy but not too glowy.

PSA – This is a brown, golden highlight with a lot of pigment. In all honesty, I am either going to use this shade as an eyeshadow. Or lightly blended over a matte bronzer to give a subtle shimmer. I feel like this shade it too dark for my skin tone.

Spotlight – This is a bit of a peachy toned highlight. But once it’s on my skin, it works! I wasn’t too sure about this shade, but when applied, it’s a blinding warm gold highlight.

Sin – This is what drew me to this palette. Sin is a lovely silver hightlight. Perfect for those days when I want a blinding hightlight.

I honestly cannot fault these shades, or the palette. Each of them are pigmented and blend so incredibly well. As a first purchase from Urban Decay, I am incredibly pleased. Now to pick up some more items from this brand!

Love,

Laurie

xXx

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