Urban Decay Full Spectrum Review

The Urban Decay Full Spectrum set is probably the boldest palette I own and the colors are just beautiful. This set is worth owning just to admire!

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What’s to love?

First the packaging is so pretty. The black case has a raised rainbow Urban Decay logo on the outside and the inside has a huge mirror.

The palette itself has 21 rainbow shades in red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple and gray. You get 3 variations of each shade.

The colors are on the harder side. They are definitely not creamy, however I found the pigmentation to be really good. I found the best way to apply these shades is with a hard brush or by adding a bit of water which makes a nice eye liner.

They do blend with the right brush and I’m pleasantly surprised at how much I love the colors on me. They reds and purples look really nice with my fair skin and green eyes.

I swatched a few shades to show the pigmentation.

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This palette retails for $55 but it’s on sale now at Urban Decay, Sephora and Ulta for $39.

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About Queen of the Girl Geeks

Bonnie is a 47-year-old girl geek. She started her career as a geek way back in the 1970's after she saw Star Wars 37 times. She loves hanging out in cosmetics shops, writing about the latest beauty products and helping moms over 40 look amazing.
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3 Responses to Urban Decay Full Spectrum Review

  1. Claire Talks Beauty says:

    I love this palette! Some colors are really unique! Great that it is on sale now!

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