Tuesday, September 30th, 2008

Urban Decay’s Holiday Collection has this delightful trio of Heavy Metal Glitter Eye Liners ($36.00), which includes Glam Rock (silver), Stage Dive (teal), and Metalhead (purple). You can expect this to hit stores pretty soon, as most of their holiday sets and gifts are already available at www.urbandecay.com and Sephora.com.

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18 thoughts on “Urban Decay Holiday Keeps Getting Better with Heavy Metal Glitter Eye Liners

  1. lisa

    They look nice but i do not buy anything with glitters that goes near the eyes. I don’t think its safe.

  2. victoria

    I have these and love them, so easy to use and look gorgeous!!!

  3. Rowan

    I love UD glitter liners, they are amazing. I already have these colours though ^_^

  4. Sandy

    these kind of… before I tried it on my eyes, I think they are beautiful. After I tried, it, flakes of the glitters got into my inner corner eye, it hurts.. but the tester was used very often, it dried up a bit. and my eyes are quite sensitive.

    I would not buy this, as I would not wear this everyday (I have college classes and less-than-fun professors) so it will dry up after being opened.

  5. Ladybug

    Oooh, they look fun!

  6. Asta

    I just got a bunch of glitter liners from Victoria’s Secret that I actually like more than these. They’re more subtle.

  7. Ganda

    Hey, now! *I’m* married to a professor and he’s the best! Plus he supports my makeup habit. :) :) :) Hehehe…

    A close friend uses the purple one everyday and you’d be surprised how subtle it can look depending on how you apply it. She was thrilled when I sent her a link to this post.