It’s the ultimate fix for color addicts: ten of the brightest, most amazing shades you’ve ever laid eyes on, plus a double-ended brush.
From ultra-smooth mattes to highly dimensional shimmers, each VELVETY shade delivers insane color payout. Why do a Pressed Pigment Palette? Using pressed pigments was the only way we could create heavily saturated brights with the intense pigment load we craved. Traditional eyeshadow formulas just wouldn’t cut it. To achieve shades like these, we had to develop an entirely new formula!
Revolt (bright metallic silver shimmer w/silver glitter), Gonzo (bright turquoise matte w/ floating tonal pearl), Slowburn (bright red-orange matte w/floating pearl), Savage (bright hot pink matte), Fringe (bright metallic teal)
Chaos (bright blue matte w/floating tonal pearl), Jilted (bright metallic fuchsia w/blue shift), Urban (bright metallic purple), Freak (bright green w/gold shift) and Thrash (bright lime green matte w/floating gold pearl)
Alright baby dolls I ordered the Urban Decay Electric Palette ($49) when it come on the 18th. (and yes it’s still available) The limited edition Electric Palette features 10 bright shades. 2 of the shades are repromotes (Chaos and Revolt), the other shades are brand new.
As you can see from my arm swatches the shades are bright and bold. If you want the exact same boldness (especially with the mattes) than you need a white base or a base similar to the shade of the shadow. I used MAC Painterly Paint Pot but I still couldn’t get the matte shades as bright as I wanted even though I highly packed them on. I love the texture and shades but the mattes color payoff just doesn’t transition as bright directly on the eye.
My favorite shades are Slowburn, Savage, Chaos, Jilted and Urban.