I’m so excited that Gwen has collaborated with Urban Decay on this gorgeous limited edition UD x Gwen Stefani eyeshadow palette. It was just recently released on urbandacay.com and is now available at other retailers. If like me you’ve waited for this moment, here are all of the glorious shades Stefani’s Urban Decay palette.
Now the palette comes fully loaded! You’re getting 15 eyeshadows that weight in at 0.04 oz each (nearly a full size which is typically 0.05 oz). Three shades are repromoted (Blackout, Skimp and Stark) and available in Urban Decay’s permanent eyeshadow range and twelve are brand new shades. Which Gwen did name each of the shades herself aside from the permanent colours.
Urban Decay Gwen Stefani Eyeshadow Palette shades:
- Blonde (pale beige w/pink iridescent shift)
- Bathwater (pale beige w/gold pearl)
- Skimp (pale nude satin)
- Steady (medium rose w/metallic gold shift)
- Punk (reddish brown matte)
- Baby (cool metallic rose)
- Anaheim (light taupe-brown matte)
- Stark (nude-pink matte)
- Zone (medium brown matte)
- Serious (smoky gray w/iridescent floating pearl)
- Pop (pale coral w/iridescent sparkle)
- Harajuku (metallic blue-pink w/iridescent micro-shimmer)
- Danger (deep metallic royal blue w/blue micro-sparkle)
- 1987 (bright metallic yellow-gold)
- Blackout (blackest black matte)
Gwen Stefani had a hand in everything, including the case, which was inspired by her love of black-and-white graphic prints and antique gold accents. She also handpicked most of the shade names, which were inspired by her songs. There’s even a nod to the No Doubt song “Magic’s in the Makeup” on the palette’s huge mirror.
I am truly obsessed with this palette. Dare I say I use it more than my Naked palettes? All of the neutral colors help enhance your eyes without going overboard, and they’re all so wearable that you could wear it to work, for a night out with the girls, wherever you want to go, you can use this palette alone.
Let me know what shade is your favourite so far?