Urban Decay will add four shades of 24/7 Concealer Pencils ($18.00 for 0.12 oz.) this spring to extend the shade range. I have to test out the formula, though I don’t make any guarantees when or if I will review (I’m more focused on clearing out the holiday backlog and then focusing on limited edition spring shades). Meanwhile, I thought I’d get swatches up! For shade descriptions, see this post. I suspect these will make their way online in the next couple of weeks.
Urban Decay will be adding three previously limited edition shades of 24/7 Glide-on Eye Pencils ($19.00 for 0.04 oz.): Demolition (matte deepest darkest brown), Perversion (matte blackest carbon black), and Woodstock (bright fuchsia pink with silver micro glitter). I’m sure fans of the formula will be more than pleased to see such an ultra rich (and coveted) black made available year-round. No need to go easy any more!
Demolition is a dark brown with subtle amber warmth around the edges. This is a new and exclusive shade. Try CoverGirl Brown as a possible dupe.
Perversion is a really deep, dark black with a matte finish. It’s very creamy (more so than the majority of the 24/7 Pencils) but still works well.
Woodstock is a fuchsia-red pink with a satiny sheen and silver sparkle. The pigmentation was decent but not fully opaque in a single pass. It is buildable (see the larger swatch).
I’ve reviewed Urban Decay’s eyeliner formula many times in the past, including this past holiday season as they launched two holiday sets of pencils (which is where you’ll find all three of these). The all-day wear from these eyeliners is the obvious selling point, but I also really like the range of colors and that they’re just creamy enough to glide across the lash line without tugging but not so creamy that they smudge. Both Demolition and Perversion apply like a dream, while Woodstock is sheerer than your average Urban Decay liner.
The all-day wear from these eyeliners is the obvious selling point, but I also really like the range of colors and that they're just creamy enough to glide across the lash line without tugging but not so creamy that they smudge. Both Demolition and Perversion apply like a dream, while Woodstock is sheerer than your average Urban Decay liner.
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January/February 2012 at Urban Decay, Sephora, ULTA
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New shades are being added to the permanent range–yay for new and permanent products! If you’ve been hoping for Perversion, you’ve got it; and for readers who’ve wanted a line to cater towards darker skin tones, hopefully the four new (and all deeper tones) concealer shades are some help! Coming January/February 2012.
Super-Saturated High Gloss Lip Color ($19.00) (Permanent)
Apocalypse Deep berry
Lovechild Pale pink hue
24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil ($19.00) (Permanent)
Demolition Matte deepest darkest brown
Perversion Matte blackest carbon black (blacker than Zero)
Woodstock Bright fuchsia pink shimmer with silver micro glitter
The idea of picking a mere ten fantastic products for the entire eye category (which, as I’m sure you’re aware, I have a great love for) was borderline absurd. I could not resist breaking it out a bit more