Urban Decay Alice Through The Looking Glass Palette Review

This palette is pretty much sold out now but I wanted to share the Urban Decay Alice Through The Looking Glass Palette because it’s so darn beautiful!


What’s to love?

The Alice Through The Looking Glass Palette is based on the movie with the same name. I love it when Urban Decay does this and I’d love to get my hands on the Glinda and Theodora Palettes which are based on The Wizard of Oz.

First up the packaging is a definite collectors item. The top of the palette opens up to reveal a 3-D butterfly and the entire box has jewel tone colors. There is a drawer on the bottom that pulls out to reveal the palette and you also get an “Alice” themed dual-ended brush.

This palette is so versatile and brilliant I literally could not figure out which color to try first. Each color of the 20 shades has an “Alice” themed name like Hatter, Gone Mad and Heads Will Roll.

I swatched a few of my favorite colors and did a quick application with Cake (pink) and Paradox (orange). These shades are so smooth and luxurious. They shimmer and blend very nicely too.

My very first beauty post back in June was for the Alice Through The Looking Glass Lipstick so I though it would be fun to share that too.

Urban Decay “Alice Through The Looking Glass” Lipstick Review

Today I ventured out to Sephora for some Urban Decay. I was on a mission to snag some Alice Through The Looking Glass lipstick and I scored big with Iracebeth which is a bright red matte shade.

Now I have to say that I rarely wear straight on red lipstick but when I saw this shade I really fell for it. The “Matte” finish is what really makes this look classy

Why I love Iracebeth.

First up, the Alice Through The Looking Glass collection is super smart and edgy for those of us (like me) who love the Alice in Wonderland saga. The branding is brilliant and the whole Alice Through The Looking Glass collection is equally gorgeous.

Now for the actually lipstick. Iracebeth is actually The Red Queen in the movie and so this shade is named for her. The shade is a true on red without maroon, purple or orange accents but in the matter finish you definitely get a softer shade than if this was a gloss.

The Iracebeth packaging.

The lipstick case cover is branded with the Alice Through The Looking Glass art which is a red rose pattern. The black lipstick holder is stamped with Urban Decay and the lipstick itself is stamped with UD.



Next up…I really want to try Mirana.

Here are all the shades that the Alice Through The Looking Glass series comes in.

  • Alice (sheer nude with pink shift)
  • Mad Hatter (bright purple shimmer)
  • Mirana (matte berry with tonal shimmer)
  • Iracebeth (bright red matte)
  • Time (gunmetal-navy with silver shimmer)