Urban Decay Cosmic 24/7 Moondust Eyeshadow is a bright, warmer white with silver-white and pale gold sparkle throughout. It looked lighter and less warm-toned at certain angles but then more like the pan color–soft beige–at other angles. The texture was smooth, almost emollient, and more firmly-pressed into the pan, but it wasn’t stiff or difficult to pick up with a dry brush. It had semi-opaque coverage applied with a dry brush and more opaque coverage applied with a dampened brush or a fingertip. It had very minimal fallout during application and was buildable in coverage. This shade lasted well for eight and a half hours with slight fallout over time.
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Urban Decay Space Cowboy 24/7 Moondust Eyeshadow is a soft, golden brown base with pink and peach sparkle throughout. It had nearly opaque color payoff in a single layer when applied with a dry brush, but it seemed more prone to sheering out when I tried using it with a dampened brush. When I used a fingertip, it had opaque coverage. The texture was soft, smooth, and almost emollient but more firmly-pressed in the pan, so it wasn’t prone to excess product kicked up in the pan. It had very minimal fallout when blending it out on my skin. It stayed on nicely for eight and a half hours very faint fallout over time.
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Urban Decay Solstice 24/7 Moondust Eyeshadow is a medium-dark, plummy brown base with sparkling, duochrome shift between green and teal. It had semi-sheer color coverage applied dry and semi-opaque, buildable coverage applied with a dampened brush. The texture was more loosely-pressed and seemed a smidgen drier compared to other shades in the formula, so it had moderate fallout during application and was best applied with a fingertip or a dampened brush as a result. It wore well for eight and a half hours with very minimal fallout, though nowhere near the 16-hours claimed.
Urban Decay Lithium 24/7 Moondust Eyeshadow is a medium, golden bronze with strong, warm undertones and flecks of bronze and pink sparkle throughout. It had opaque pigmentation applied dry as well as with a dampened brush with the latter application method yielding a more sparkling, intense finish. The texture was smooth, lightly emollient, and moderately dense in the pan, so it wasn’t as prone to fallout as one might expect given how sparkly it was. It applied evenly and had a touch of fallout during application when I blended it out, but it was quite minimal. This shade stayed on nicely for eight and a half hours with a touch of fallout over time.
Urban Decay Glitter Rock 24/7 Moondust Eyeshadow is a light-medium pink with warmer undertones and cooler flecks of pink and lavender sparkle throughout. It had sheer pigmentation applied dry and mostly opaque coverage applied with a dampened brush, but it was hard to build it up without using a fingertip or a dampened brush during application. The texture was smooth to the touch, moderately dense, and felt lightly emollient, so it wasn’t powdery nor prone to fallout as the majority of sparkles seemed to adhere to my skin, even as I diffused the edges of the product. It lasted well for eight and a half hours with very faint fallout over time.