Urban Decay is known for their amazing eye shadow palettes, and today I'm excited to share my review of their Vice 3 Palette*! This palette has an amazing mixture of neutrals and bright colours, it's a great all in one shadow palette. UD's shadows are incredibly pigmented, with rich, creamy formulas, and this palette is no exception!
Truth - pale beige with a slight amount of shimmer (it's described as matte by UD, but there's definitely some shimmer in there)
Undone - pink-beige matte-satin with subtle floating tonal pearl
Downfall - warm light brown matte
DTF - taupe matte with subtle floating pearl
Dragon - bright metallic green shimmer
Freeze - metallic medium blue with multidimensional micro-glitter
Heroine - deep navy blue with subtle floating tonal pearl
Brokedown - metallic golden brown shimmer with gold
Vanity - smoky metallic eggplant with multidimensional micro-glitter
Lucky - metallic bronze
Reign - rich brown satin
Bobby Dazzle - metallic white with pale gold micro-glitter. This formula was a bit chalky.
Alien - pink-peach with golden shift
Alchemy - deep fuchsia satin
Bondage - deep, smoky burgundy shimmer
Sonic - metallic red-copper
Last Sin - champagne shimmer with silver micro-glitter
Angel - light taupe with silver micro-glitter
Defy - smoky taupe satin
Revolver - soft black satin with subtle floating iridescent pearl
Aren't these shadows insanely gorgeous!? My favourites are Last Sin, Alien, DTF, Undone, and Alchemy. There aren't a lot of matte shadows, in fact Downfall is the only shadow that I'd describe as matte. However, I do appreciate the wide range of finishes - pearl, glitter, satin, matte, and metallic. The packaging is bright and fun, definitely what you'd expect from Urban Decay!
Have you picked up UD's Vice 3 Palette, or tried either of the first 2 Vices before? Do you prefer neutral or bright shadows?