But from Urban Decay's latest offering for Summer 2011:
|(the cute cardboard packaging really sold me)|
|(even the spine of the palette is cute!)|
|(Cue in the OOOOH's and Aaaaaah's)|
Whiskey liner (on the side)
Bourbon vs. Whiskey:
|(L to R: Bourbon, Whiskey)|
And here's a swatch of the Lip Junkie gloss, Crush (HOT pink):
I took this palette for a spin this morning:
Suspect on lid
Woodstock on outer corner (I want to play more with shade just because I want to prove to myself that it won't make me look hungover or like I'm have a bad eczema attack!)
Darkhorse on crease
Verve on browbone
Whiskey - smudge 3/4 in on both top/bottom lashline
Lips: Crush Lip Junkie gloss (no liner).
For reference: NC 42/LM tinted moisturizer in Caramel/NARS Syracuse
Because these are shimmer finishes, I didn't notice any blatant fallout around my eyes - a common drawback from glitter UD shadows. I am really loving this palette. Urban Decay always delivers the look I'm going for in the summertime: sexy but with a hint of attainable edge. Does that make any sense? I feel like the Half Baked palette gave more of the edgy surfer girl vibe with it's gold/copper/teal shadow offering. Whereas, Rollergirl may be that same surfer girl at night hitting up a dive bar, live show, retro 80's night at the roller rink or just getting into trouble in general.
You know the kind of girl, I use to be 5 years ago! Except the surfing part.
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