Urban Decay Haul

I have recently hit the Urban Decay counter at Debenhams on multiple occasions and so I thought it’s time that I share with you what I bought.

Firstly, I repurchased my current favourite concealer Urban Decay Naked Skin Weightless Complete Coverage Concealer (such a mouthful) in the shade Fair Neutral, which I use under my eyes to cover up my dark circles and in Light Warm to cover up any blemishes on my skin.  I am completely obsessed with this concealer, it works wonders covering up any imperfections and I know that I can rely on it to stay put all day long without the need to touch it up.  It is a high coverage concealer but is in no way cakey or creasey under the eyes.  I haven’t found anything that quite compares to this product yet but I’ll keep you posted if I do!

I also purchased the Urban Decay Gwen Stefani Eyeshadow Palette (which by the way is limited edition!).  The packaging is beautiful and very sturdy which is reassuring if you wish to travel with this palette.  It contains 15 individual eyeshadows with a mixture of neutrals and bright shimmery colours, 3 shades are from the Urban Decay collection but the remaining 12 are all brand new.  Urban Decay are well known for the quality of eyeshadows they produce and this palette is definitely no exception.  Although it is highly unlikely that I would wear the shade Danger (shimmery blue) on a regular basis, I have definitely been picking this palette over my others recently!

And finally, I picked up the Urban Decay Brow Beater Pencil/Brush in the shade Warm Brown.  The fact that this product is waterproof really drew me in, the colour matches perfectly with my natural hair colour and the microfine pencil makes it easy to replicate real hairs when filling in the sparse areas of my brows.  The brush on the end makes this perfect for travelling and works well to blend out the product and to keep those brows in place.  All in all this is something I will definitely repurchase alongside my trusty concealer…

Love, Em x
(Obsessed with Urban Decay)


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