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Urban Decay Moondust Eyeshadow Palette Review, Photos & Swatches

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Hi lovely!

Today product to review is: 
1) Urban Decay Moondust Eyeshadow Palette


I actually feel greedy when it comes to urban decay eyeshadow. I felt that I need to get little hands on for Urban Decay Moondust Eyeshadow Palette because the content is all about glitter and I'm totally raise my hands up for these. The Moondust Eyeshadow Palette is actually launched with Urban Decay Fall 2016 and this palette includes 8 glittery eyeshadow shades that will sparkle your eyes with galaxy style. Yep, there's fall out and lots of glitter and sparkle in it. This palette is definitely targeted to those people who lover glitter and sparkle or glam girls’ kind of style. Well, I'm in!! lol

I know this palette is not for everyone, obviously. There's bunch of glitter in the palette and I think because of formula makes it suite my taste. Also, did you notice that Urban Decay has become quite tame for their entire palette. The Moondust Palette is definitely a bold starting for them instead of releasing a comfort zone palette.

Let’s take a look!



The Urban Decay Moondust Eyeshadow Palette is filled with eight all new shades of Moondust Eyeshadow. Each shade weights in at 0.02 oz versus the single size of 0.05 oz so, they are less than half the size but you still get a good deal of product. The packaging is absolutely mesmerizing.  The palette itself is a sparkling gunmetal case with a recessed mirror cut-out of the Moondust logo. It is a plastic case which is lightweight and feels sturdy. There's also a very generously sized mirror inside.

Included in this palette are eight gorgeous shades:
·      Specter (a soft pink with tonal sparkle)
·      Element (a peach with pink shift and sparkle)
·      Magnetic (a purple with blue sparkle)
·      Lightyear (a vibrant green with tonal sparkle)
·      Granite (a gunmetal with multicolored sparkle)
·      Lithium (a brow with iridescent 3D sparkle)
·      Vega (a bright blue with tonal sparkle)
·      Galaxy (a smoky blue-gray with iridescent 3D sparkle)





I bet you’ll be thinking that the formula is bad but here I told you that the formula is aren’t a chunky of glitter. This is a refined micro-glitter which makes the application a lot easier as compared to a chunky glitter eyeshadow. Yep, there’s a fall out during application but to fix it you can apply good cream base, eyeshadow primer and sponge eyeshadow applicator or you can use your finger. They can be worn wet or dry as well! Finger is universal. Lol. Patting them gently and start by building up the colour slowly for best result. If you are using normal brushes, you’ll struggle to build up the colour and more fall out will do. The texture is so rich, soft and sparkly. The shades are quite pigmented! It’s not a bunch of sheer glitter here.

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I think this is a really pretty palette and the colours are so pretty. Personally, I do not wear glitter eyeshadow much, but I love glitter and shimmer, and so much fun to play with this palette. This is definitely right up my alley!


PROS:
Excellent range of sparkly and glitter colours.
Well-pigmentation
Provide large mirror inside
Great colour consistency
Travel friendly
Packaging is so pretty
Fun to use as I can create different makeup look and be creative
Formula nice
CONS:
No brush.
Fall out but still can be fixed
Not for everyday use

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