Looks like everyone is crazy about Alice now. What do we have so far? Alice in Wonderland collection by OPI, Paul and Joe Alice collection (probably I should make a post about it for those of who who don’t know the details) and this Book of Shadows by Urban Decay which is probably the most wanted makeup item lately. Let me remind you that I already made posts about Book of Shadow Volume II and about Alice in Wonderland The Book Of Shadows (how it looks like).
And now it’s time for detailed review and swatches of this palette. Lets me say that I was 100% sure that I will be getting this palette when I first heard about it. Do you want to know why? I absolutely love Urban Decay eye products and it is SUCH a great deal!
The prices of the original products
- eye shadows 1.5g, $17, £12
- 24/7 liners 1.2g $17, £11
- deluxe eye shadows 2.5 g $18, £13
- primer potion 10ml $18.00, £ 11
And this is what you get for only £28 or $52
- 16 eye shadows 0.8 g
- 2 24/7 liners 0.08 g
- mini primer potion 3.7 ml
- plus an amazing package with great design!
What else is there to ask for?
Here is how all the goodies look like
Flipside – bright teal, gorgeous colour which is perfect for summer
Zero -black liner which every girl needs
The shadows are topsy-turvy in Underland but have real-World names 😉 There are no matte shadows plus most of them contain glitter and some contain lots of glitter. So here are the details!
Underland (Flash) – highly pigmented electric purple
Alice (Painkiller)– this is my favourite shade that can be described as very pigmented vibrant shimmering turquoise
Oraculum (Baked) rich cooper
Queen (Last Call) plum with burgundy
Chessur (Chopper) coppery fawn with silver microglitter
White Rabbit (Polyester Bride) it is a pale shade with lots of silver glitter
You all know how much I wanted to get Alice in Wonderland the Book Of Shadows by Urban Decay! And now look what I’ve got! 🙂 I already have their Book Of Shadows Volume II and some single Deluxe Shadows and I absolutely love them all! As well as the other UD products that I have! But what about “Alice”?
First of all where you can get this palette? At Debenhams starting 22nd of February and on 28th February in the stores ( the UK) . The price should be £ 28.
Here is how the palette looks like inside. Beautiful…
Check out some more photos
We all are now waiting (ok, I am) for the Alice palette from Urban Decay but why don’t we take a look at their Book Of Shadows Volume II? This palette was $48 in the US and £24 in the UK. I got my palette only last month but I am VERY happy with it. I love the design, the booklet with different looks (the purple one on the photo), the shadows, 24/7 liners and primer potion. The best thing about it is that you can create so many looks with just a single palette and it’s the best product to get from Urban Decay if you’ve never tried their products before. Speaking of their products – I really love their Deluxe Eye Shadows and Revolution (red) lipstick and I will write about them soon.
This is how BOS 2 looks like inside: the mirror and the booklet.
So what about the products? You get:
Mirror and Booklet
16 Eye Shadows
- Half Baked
- Twice Baked
- Midnight Cowboy Rides Again
2 24/7 liners
And this is how the shadows look with flash and without flash
Spring 2010 makeup collection by Urban Decay is already available online! I really love it. But the main thing is that now we have details about Alice Palette! It will be available starting from January 15th 2010. The price is $ 52. What do you think? I think that it’s really worth getting this palette! I will get myself this beauty from the UK! It will be available starting the 1st of March and the price will be around £ 28!
24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil, $17 4 new shades
- Binge: navy blue
- Crash: deep plum w/ teeny silver glitter
- Oil Slick: black w/ teeny silver glitter
- Mildew: deep green
Stardust Eyeshadow, $20
- 54:light purple w/iridescent sparkle
- Atmosphere: deep turquoise w/iridescent sparkle
- Bobby Dazzle: white w/iridescent sparkle
- Diamond Dog: brown w/iridescent sparkle
- Griffith: green w/iridescent sparkle
- Moon Spoon : gray w/iridescent sparkle
- Retrograde: dark purple w/iridescent sparkle
- Space Cowboy: beige w/iridescent sparkle
- Void: black w/iridescent sparkle
You can check out the swatches here
Surreal Skin Cream To Powder Foundation, $34
I know, I know that you saw the photos of this palette @ different blogs but now the photo of the palette is finally at Urban Decay’s website. This edition of Book of Shadows is deducated to Alice in Wonderland filmed by Tim Burton. What do you think? Ah- mazing, right?
Also check out some swatches of Spring 2010 Shadows collection by Urban Decay