Urban Decay Let’s Go Crazy Prince Eyeshadow Palette
Let’s Go Crazy
Urban Decay Let’s Go Crazy Prince Eyeshadow Palette is a new, limited edition 10-pan eyeshadow palette that opens from the center. The palette included three matte eyeshadows and seven shimmer eyeshadows (which varied from pearl to sparkle).
Alphabet St. is a very light, pinkish-coral with moderate, warm undertones and a matte finish. While silky and soft to the touch, it was somewhat powdery with a tendency to sheer out when it was already more medium to semi-opaque in coverage. I had a tough time building up the coverage, even when used over the brand’s primer. It lasted for seven hours before fading visibly.
Get Yo Groove On
Get Yo Groove On is a medium, pinky lavender with warm undertones and cooler, bluish pearl. The eyeshadow had medium color coverage that applied somewhat evenly, but the firmer, stiffer consistency was thin and harder to pick up and press onto my lid. It stayed on well for seven hours before fading noticeably.
When Doves Cry
When Doves Cry is a pale white with iridescent blue shimmer. It had semi-sheer color coverage with a drier, somewhat powdery texture that had a tendency to cling to skin texture (e.g. dry lids, if one has them!). I had better luck using it with a dampened brush as it helped to keep it smooth on my skin. It lasted well for seven hours before fading visibly.
Funknroll is a muted, light-medium purple with neutral-to-cool undertones and a matte finish. It had an incredibly powdery consistency, which resulted in sheer to semi-sheer pigmentation that applied unevenly, had a lot of fallout, and did not build up. It did not perform much better over the brand’s primer. There were signs of fading after six hours of wear.
Computer Blue is a light cornflower blue with strong, cool undertones and a matte finish. It had semi-opaque pigmentation that was prone to sheering out as the texture was moderately powdery, though denser and very finely-milled–less dry and thin compared to recent matte eyeshadows from the brand. I would recommend pairing it with a primer, though. It wore decently for seven hours before fading noticeably.
Raspberry Beret is a medium red with warm, orange undertones and a soft, sparkling sheen. It was richly pigmented with a smooth, moderately dense texture that was creamy without being too thick or too firmly-pressed into the pan. This shade lasted nicely for eight hours before fading visibly.
DMSR is a light-medium, pinky-lavender base with warmer undertones and cooler teal and iridescent blue pearl. It had mostly opaque pigmentation with a soft, lightly powdery texture that applied evenly to bare skin and blended out without difficulty. It stayed on well for seven and a half hours before fading noticeably.
Baby I’m a Star
Baby I’m a Star is a medium-dark purple base with neutral undertones and a warmer mix of multi-colored micro-sparkle. It had a smoother finish and held together better on my skin–with less fallout–than I expected given the texture felt a little drier and thinner in the pan, so it was almost stiff to work with. I’d recommend applying it with a dampened brush to get a more even, nuanced effect as it looked faded after blending it out dry. It wore well for seven hours before fading visibly.
Delirious is a medium purple with warmer undertones and fine pearl. It had semi-sheer color coverage with a drier, stiffer texture that was thin and a challenge to pick up with a dry brush or even a fingertip. I had the best luck using a dampened brush to get greater coverage and a smoother, more even application on my skin. It lasted for six and a half hours before fading a bit.
Indigo Nights is a light-medium, steely blue with cool undertones and a sparkling finish. The consistency was moderately emollient with larger flecks of sparkle, so there was some fallout when blended out, but there was less when pressed and packed onto the lid with a fingertip. It had semi-opaque color coverage that stayed on well for seven and a half hours with light fallout over time.