Friday, March 5, 2010

Urban Decay meets Alice in Wonderland- The Book of Shadows Palette Pictures

Few words can describe the beauty that is the Urban Decay meets Alice in Wonderland Book of Shadows, and few words will.
 
Gorgeous, stunning, beautiful, magnificent.
  
For more peeks of the inside, take the jump!


  

  

  

  

  

  

  
Now I know what you are thinking, and no I haven't gone ahead and swatched the colors yet. You see, the palette is too new, and too pretty for me to go ahead and dig my greedy brushes into it just yet. Baby steps, you see.

The Alice in Wonderland Palette sold out in record time on the Urban Decay website, and is being listed as temporarily out of stock on Sephora.com. My recommendation would be to call around your local stores, because this palette is one beauty you don't want to miss. 

10 comments:

krista carlson said...

I purchased this a while ago from Sephora. I almost passed it up but am so glad I didn't. I loved hearing the names in the movie...

Amina said...

I also got it and I don't want to use it yet :)
It is so pretty!

Toxin said...

Goddamnit I hate living in Australia sometimes. Pretty much the only way for us to get anything like this is eBay - and the prices are horrendous. Is it worth that much? I mean, it looks AMAZING but is it worth going without food for a fortnight so I can have it?

SilhouetteScreams said...

*jealousy*

Krasey Beauty said...

Krista, I would be devastated if I didn't pick it up. Glad you have it too :)

Krasey Beauty said...

Amina, you and me both. Mine is still sitting in its pretty box

Krasey Beauty said...

Toxin,don't even worry about it. It is a beautiful collector's piece, but not worth a week without food!

Krasey Beauty said...

Silhouette! :ducks hate glares:

J-Ezzy said...

I bought this (not realizing the frenzy) and it was the last one (that should have triggered me...). I love the colors but some of them just don't show up on my lid and quite a few leave glitter particles all over my face that I can't get rid of...I recommend tissues or doing the eye makeup first :)

Krasey Beauty said...

J-ezzy, that is the one issue with most UD eyeshadows- the fallout. I find it also help to use a densely packed artificial brush (like the MAC 242) to press color into the lid instead of swiping it

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