The spring 2014 Urban Decay Electric Pressed Pigment Palette is the latest covetable addition to the cosmetics retailer’s ever growing range. Rather than going for delicate pastels and light tones for the warm months, the brand decided to explore bolder tones with more potential to impress at the first glance. The sleek new Urban Decay eyeshadow palette features 10 stunning tones with a cool formula.
According to the label, the new eyeshadows have a soft and creamy velvety texture and offer an intense color payoff, and pressed pigments proved the right choice because it was the only way to achieve the envisioned color intensity. Furthermore, the brand also promises easy blendability and a good staying power. Furthermore, the new palette also includes a new double ended brush with all-black brush bright purple synthetic fibers and a mirror. The larger end can be used to line, blend or smudge while the smaller end is ideal for applying color all over the lid or in the crease. Curious to find out more about the new tones? Here’s a better view of the latest tones from the Urban Decay Electric Pressed Pigment Palette:
Revolt – Bright metallic silver shimmer with silver glitterGonzo – Bright turquoise matte with floating tonal pearlSlowburn – Bright red-orange matte with floating pearlSavage – Bright hot pink matteFringe – Bright metallic tealChaos – Bright blue matte with floating tonal pearlJilted – Bright metallic fuchsia with blue shiftUrban – Bright metallic purpleFreak – Bright green with gold shiftThrash – Bright lime green matte with floating gold pearl
The Urban Decay Electric Pressed Pigment Palette will be launched at urbandecay.com starting with March 18 and will later be available at Sephora, Ulta and Macy’s stores. The suggested retail price for the new eyeshadow palette is $49.