I’ve sort of let beauty content slide on my blog and part of it is because life got in the way. Part of it, I sort of lost my inspiration and drive to enthusiastically discuss swatches and pigmentation. But, all’s not lost and I’m kicking off 2016’s first makeup post with a gorgeous eyeshadow palette; the mighty Urban Decay Vice 4 palette.
The palette has jewel tones that are stunning to use wet or dry. The pigmentation is standard Urban Decay shadow with an added touch of finesse. Compared to the glittery shadows of Naked 2&3’s, this palette has finer milled pigmentation that really packs on the punch. The color quality is also consistent and you wouldn’t find any disappointments that prove to be one-off. Also, from a neutral palette lover’s perspective, this one’s the most wearable off the Vice Palettes and I did gravitate towards it because you can ease into wearing brights on your lids.
With that said, it does come with one slight problem: FALLOUT! You heard me, just like the other palettes, this one also has a lot of fallout in glitter specifically. I’d reckon to always work with your eyes first and then go into complexion. However, if that isn’t something you’d like to do, you could use the sticky side of a sticky-note and place it under the eye to get rid of any fall out.
Let me know in the comments below what do you have to say about the Urban Decay Vice 4 Palette?