Today I am going to review the Urban Decay Beached Eye Shadow Palette. This palette launched about 2 weeks ago and the only reason why I have it already was that I was able to pre-order this palette on Ulta. When I saw the marketing campaign for the palette the eyeshadow shades really caught my attention. These shades looked perfect for the summer. I was like who doesn’t need a great eyeshadow palette for the summer as you all know, Urban Decay never fails as far as their eyeshadow palettes.
When the palette arrived the first thing that caught my eye was the package design which was very fun and creatively designed. The packaging screamed SUMMER!! and I pretty much want to book a flight immediately to head to the beach. This palette is at an affordable price point in my option based on how many shades that are included in this palette. Urban Decay is considered a higher price point cosmetic line so it can be a bit pricey as far as your budget-friendly consumer. If you are able to afford it, I can only highly recommend Urban Decay Cosmetics. As far as this palette, the shades were so beautiful and when I swatched the shades, I had an OMG moment. Here is a pic of how the shades swatched on my arm.
Here is a description and link of the palette below.
Loaded with eight brand-new shades, from warm coppers to deep pops of turquoise, Urban Decay’s Beached Eyeshadow Palette invokes the one-of-a-kind, magical feeling of a hot summer night.
Covered in palm trees inspired by the landscape of warm SoCal beaches, the limited-edition Beached Eyeshadow Palette warrants a permanent vacation. These shades scream summer and the long-lasting formulas won’t budge, even when you’re spending the season’s hottest days under the sun. Channel your inner golden goddess and keep the summer vibes going all year long.
Made from UD’s mind-blowing formula that gives each shade its velvety texture, rich color, and blendability, each shade holds tightly onto pigment and stays put. Create a warm smoky eye with 16th St., a metallic golden bronze, and Wedge, a deep copper. For a playful look inspired by the ocean waves, blend Double Dip and Plunge for a turquoise gradient effect.
Urban Decay is 100% cruelty-free.
- Salt (ivory satin)
- Heatwave (metallic rust)
- 16th St. (metallic bronze-gold)
- Plunge (deep metallic blue-green)
- Blaze (light metallic peach with pink shift)
- Daybreak (deep reddish terra-cotta matte)
- Double Dip (bright metallic teal)
- Wedge (deep metallic brown-copper)
This eyeshadow palette release was one of the first for the summer. I am sure many other cosmetic companies will be releasing their own summer palette as well. I can say so far this one is a winner. Urban Decay has done it again and I can only give my Lyric Simone stamped approval. Stay Tune for next when I tackle a very touchy but important topic.