Size: 21 x 0.04 oz.
Shadows: 21 Shadows
Claims: Organized by color family | 18 new shades & 3 exclusives from past palettes | Bold brights to matte white | Double ended brush | Pigment Infusion System
Back before Christmas of 2016 the Urban Decay Full Spectrum Palette was released. The moment it was released on the site the Hubs had me go and get it, as a Christmas present, to add to my collection. There was a bit of a hassle with the billing but it arrived safely to my doorstep. I opened it, oohed and awed over it, and then promptly sat it down and forgot about it. Not because it wasn’t amazing or anything like that, there was just SO much going on that there were a few things that got sat somewhere and just missed getting played with, I’m looking at you Tarte Holiday 2016 Brush Collection. So when a group of ladies in the Geek and Beauties group decided to do a collab with looks from the Urban Decay Full Spectrum Palette I jumped at the chance. Check out my video for my look and continue scrolling for swatches.
Urban Decay Full Spectrum Palette Swatches
Left to Right: Alchemy | Gossip | Paranoia
Left to Right: Warning | Seize | Jones
Left to Right: Midnight Blaze | Calavera | Goldmine
Left to Right: Hundred | Hatter | Mean
Left to Right: Minx | Blindsided | Metamorphosis
Left to Right: Delirious | Sketch | Faded
Left to Right: Platonic | Iced | Bump
Urban Decay Full Spectrum Palette Mini Review
This palette is great if you like colorful looks. I don’t do a lot of colorful looks so I loved this addition to my collection. I also like that each color has a bright, a mid level, and a deeper shade. The quality of the shadows are also really great. The shadows are super pigmented and they blend really well! Overall if you like doing a lot of colorful looks or if you want to start trying your hand at colorful looks you can’t go wrong with the Urban Decay Full Spectrum Palette. If you see it at a local Sephora or Ulta, or it’s brought back by Urban Decay, jump on it!
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