Meg here, there’s really very few things that make me as happpy as Urban Decay eye products. When Our own Badgirl hooked us up with a box chock full of purple goodness for the peepers I was in heaven!
Everyone knows the Urban Decay eyeliners are really just the most brilliant gems ever made and how many of our members would absolutely go beserk without them. They just have so many hits, I squealed with anticipation when I pulled out my tube of Loose Pigment eyeshadow in Yeyo (a shimmery white).
The thing thats really hard about the mineral cosmetic craze is that is usually leaves a complete mess on your face or on your vanity. Urban Decay designed this product keeping that in mind so that the brush is where the majority of your mineral loose shadow ends up. They don’t have this concept down perfectly, I’m finding that noone out there really does but it is a big improvement from the messy pots.
I use to be all over the dark and smoky eye, for June nights though, I’m really having fun doing light and bright.
This bright white “YeYo” color is pretty multi-functional for me, one swipe under the brow bone and its a great day highlighter. You can really layer the color up for a dramatic patch of nighttime drama color with a few extra swipes of the included brush. I have a personal brush I like a bit more then the one included so I tend to pat out a little color and use a different brush-but you don’t have to. There’s little risk of breakage and all in one so if you want to just drop this in your cosmetic to go bag you’ll be all set for any emergency applications!
I’ve decided to just relax and have fun this summer and I’m going to try out some of the Urban Decay funky colors that I would have been to shy to sport before~My eye’s on you shattered!
Here’s what Urban Decay says about their loose pigments “These powdery-fine, silky soft shadows deliver more intense color than pressed or cream eye shadows. Try a little for a sheer wash of color, or layer for bold, shimmering hues. With everything from bold brights to pretty neutrals, there’s something for everyone!
The Loose Pigment formula is actually mineral makeup, made from pearlized powders derived from minerals. No dyes or synthetic pigments are used.
Ladies, what do you think of your Urban Decay Loose Pigment Mineral Eyeshadows?