Urban Decay has just released yet another eyeshadow palette. Not that we’re complaining! We love Urban Decay eyeshadow palettes, from the formulas to the application we love it all!
Some of our favourite eyeshadow palettes are the Wild West, the Naked 3, the Naked Reloaded and the Naked Heat, to name a few! What’s different this time around is that Urban Decay has ventured into new waters, their new palette is all about green eyeshadow.
Introducing the Urban Decay Wild Greens Eyeshadow Palette! It’s an exciting release that’s bringing all the Spring vibes to this long winter. But is it as original as they claim? Let’s find out!
The new Wild Greens Eyeshadow Palette features 12 new California-inspired shades. They are natural earthy tones with a mixture of greens and earthy neutrals.
To be fair, when we heard the new eyeshadow palette is called Wild Greens, we were expecting a lot more greens and a lot more wild shades of it!
This eyeshadow palette has 5 green shades and the other 7 are earthy tones. Does it really deserve the name Wild Greens?! Hmm…
The overall feel of the Wild Greens Palette is not all that different from the Wild West Palette. Both feature some greens and some neutrals.
The actual shades are different but there is definitely some overlap. They are both based on nature and have natural coloured shades.
While we’re still deciding if this palette actually deserves the name Wild Greens, we still think the palette is a fun and useful palette. If you love earthy tones with a splash of green, you will love this palette!
It has a mix of shimmer, matte and metallic finishes and enough shades to create some pretty dope looks. The mixture of greens and almost reddish shades will create very unique looks.
This is definitely a 21st Century palette- just look at the names of the shades! From Kale to supergreens, Urban Decay is sending healthy vibes. And it’s not just with the names, the ultra-blendable shades are made with avocado oil and the formula is fully vegan.
When it comes to the color payoff, you can expect the high-quality maximum pigmentation that Urban Decay always delivers. Their formulas are always super buttery, easy to apply and have very little fallout.
Lastly, the packaging, yep we love it! In simple blue/green and black coloring it has drawings of snakes, leaves and one big eye. It’s interesting that the main color of the packaging does not feature in the actual eyeshadow palette.
The packaging is an almost turquoise shade, whereas the green shades in the palette are more olive-based. It’s definitely an interesting decision on Urban Decays’ part, but perhaps with time, we’ll have some answers!
While we really like the Urban Decay Wild Greens Eyeshadow Palette, it’s not really what we thought a wild greens eyeshadow palette would look like. But sometimes you just gotta let go of your expectations and look out of the box!
That would be the case here:) Overall, the Wild Greens Eyeshadow Palette is a gorgeous palette that has enough shades for getting creative with eyeshadow and what could be better than that?
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