Review Urban Decay Limited Edition – Rollergirl Palette
I was fascinated by this palette as I believed it would make a great travel palette, it has gorgeous packaging and I wanted Woodstock.
Needless to say I was very pleased to find the UD Palette – New for such a bargain on eBay.
The palette is limited edition. I purchased mine – new (without the additional pieces) for $14 on eBay.
I believe you can still purchase it for similar costs on eBay.
This is a great deal because a regular UD shadow costs $17 per pan and there are repeats in the Naked/Naked 2 palettes.
***ALL These Shades will be kept in UD New Formulation eye shadow range, so still available in single form ***
Verve (Naked 2 Palette)
This shimmery beige has great color payoff and has a buttery texture. It’s good for brow and inner corner highlighting.
Suspect (Naked 2 Palette)
I really like using this shimmery light bronze that works as a great all over lid shade.
DarkHorse (Naked Palette)
This bronze patina color has similar payoff as the other neutrals and easy to work with.
(Swatched on Hand -No Primer- Woodstock, Verve, Suspect, Darkhorse)
I’ve impressed by how the eye shadows are very easy to work with, pigmented, shimmery and a buttery texture.
The eye shadows don’t have fall out or glittery pieces.
It has 3 colors are great for “Naked” or “Neutral” eye look and I think Woodstock is awesome fuchsia pink that could double as blush.
After applying these to my eyelids, I can testify that they are great quality and long lasting.
I do see how the 3 neutral shades play more towards UD Naked 2 palette leaning silver and cool.
I think this is a great palette for on the go and quick looks.
The packaging is styling, slim, and has a strong magnetic lid. It also comes with a small portable mirror.
Overall, I was pleased to have made this purchase.
If you are interested in seeing me do a look with this palette – please comment below!