Tuesday, May 3rd, 2011

Urban Decay Urban Bride Kit

Perfect for a bride, bridesmaid, mother-in-law and anyone else who’s making an appearance in the wedding photos, its contents set the bar really high for products designed to work overtime. Leave nothing to chance, prime face and eyes for the camera, make lips more luscious and set your look so it lasts until the final guest leaves. Wrapped in pearlized white paper and embossed with a foil lace/flowers/dripping chains design motif, the words “Urban Bride” are featured languidly on the lid as a nod to 19th-century romanticism. Open the box to reveal the products in a removable tray graced with lush watercolor roses. Displaying vibrant sweeps of color, this keepsake box can be used to store anything from makeup and jewelry, to photos and personal mementos. Retails for $42, available at ULTA, select Macy’s, and urbandecay.com.


  • Razor Sharp Ultra-Definition Finishing Powder (3.75g mini)
  • Supercurl Curling Mascara
  • Lip Junkie Lip Gloss (3.6ml travel size)
  • All Nighter Long-Lasting Makeup Setting Spray (15ml spray bottle)
  • Marshmallow Sparkling Body Powder (10g travel size)
  • Full-size Eyeshadow Primer Potion

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17 thoughts on “Urban Decay Urban Bride Kit

  1. I like the skin products for prime but….the only makeup there is a gloss and a mascara? Why put an eyeshadow primer if there is no eyeshadow? No blush for a bride? Ah! Did not work for me!

    • Giselle

      Personally the box makes sense to me. Most of their eyeshadows have very chunky glitter. Picking an eyeshadow should be left up to the bride/makeup artist. A wedding day look would have more than one chosen eyeshadow. You can argue that they could use a neutral eyeshadow but it would have to look universally amazing on all skintones, that does the same for a blush which is not really that easy.Mascara would only be worn in one color on a wedding day(for the average person, the rest of the products seem to keep your look in place with the exception of the gloss.)

  2. This i a very nice set, nice that they use colors and the laces that makes you think about the royal wedding.

  3. Missy

    This is a hit and miss. The mascara is a good idea, but pretty much only if it’s waterproof, unless you plan on not crying or having an allergic outburst to all the flowers stacked around you. The finishing powder would be good for people with oily skin or heavy foundation, but seeing as though the current trend is naked, natural skin I don’t know how many people would benefit from this, especially if the powder gives you a really powdery look. (Has anyone tried it? What do you think of it?) The primer potion of course is great, and the lipgloss would probably get a lot of use, however I for one would rather wear lipstick with a lip seal (I like Art Deco’s) because of all the kissing, eating, and drinking you’ll be doing…the lipgloss could get messy. Perhaps it’s best only for the wedding photos.

    I for one can attest to the awesomeness of the All-Nighter spray, so that’s pretty cool. But I also have the marshmallow powder, and unless you want to look like a disco ball in all of your wedding photos, it’s pretty much only useful for your wedding night, and unless you’re sober and completely wide awake after a night of potential drinking and tons of hard work and long hours of dancing, talking, and merrymaking then I don’t think you’d get much use out of it. Except, perhaps, on your honeymoon.

    Just my thoughts.

    • @ Missy

      the current trends might be to have natural skin, but wedding makeup is completely different! It’s photography makeup and that’s exactly what the Razor Sharp was made for, especially if you have a summer wedding!

  4. marcy

    the idea behind this is awesome, but i’m just not feeling any of the products they’ve included… except for the primer potion.

  5. This looks like a great value set. I really hate how the packaging is unnecessarily huge though. I can’t imagine keeping the original box except for storing stuff.

  6. Jessica

    i love this set,
    iam from UK, havent seen it yet, is it coming out over here or? just thought id ask :)

  7. CJ

    I think it’s silly of them to put the original UDPP packaging, maybe they overproduced n need to get rid of them

  8. anonymous

    cute but skip the PP and put in a sin and a dark shade of the shadow pencils. non-waterproof mascara for brides??

    also please sell the purse size razor sharp in stores.

  9. Becca

    I know this is irrelevent to the actual products, but I love the box!! it’s so quite and simple!!!

  10. Alison

    I worked it out, it’s about $67 worth of product for only $42.. I bought it, mostly for the mini setting spray (need one of those), the mini razor sharp and that lovely box!

    • Ruthless

      I’ve bought the skindavia spray from the company directly (they make it for UD) and it’s 10 bucks cheaper. And it really doesn’t do much for oily skin

  11. Naheeda

    Nice but should add eyeshadow or blush

  12. I got this as a present for my birthday and I really like it! Still testing the products though.

  13. i wish i could have Urban decay outlet here in UAE

  14. brittany

    Im kind of impressed with this kit, very nice products that i would love to give a try.