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By Jana 1 year ago.
With Beached, Urban Decay managed to beautifully execute the concept of a summer vacation-inspired palette. UD's interpretation is darker and edgier than strictly necessary for a beach-themed eyeshadow collection (think last rays of sunshine hitting the darkening sea before the night falls) but the deeper shades of bronze, red and blue are absolutely gorgeous in person and they actually make the palette more versatile. Beached's colours aren't necessarily summer colours and they won't look out of place in autumn or winter either. Pretty good for a summer vacation fling, eh? From a technical standpoint, the palette is cohesive, beginner friendly and the shadows are pressed -just- right: not too loose, not too hard. There are no duds among them either. Only perhaps the unique shape of the palette itself needs some getting used to. The narrow mirror is great if you're short sighted as it allows you to get close without your brushes getting in the way but the price you pay for it is high: the rest of the palette will flap around in a decidedly undignified manner. But since Beached is so good otherwise, let's just pretend it's the summer breeze...
By Mariella 1 year ago.
This palette certainly lives up to its name; the colours do indeed evoke a "beachy", "summer fun" vibe. The colours are, for the most part, typical of the best of UD's shadow texture, with that almost liquid, satiny feel to them. The only colour that disappointed me was 16th St. because the glitter in that shade isn't really integrated into the base so there is fallout and not the nice, cohesive texture of the other glitter shades. I really like both Salt and Blaze (initially, I thought both of those shades would be too yellowy for me) and the 2 blue shades and Wedge are real stunners. Essentially, I got this palette for 10 bucks because I bought it on a day when SDM offers 20% off and I paid for much of the rest with loyalty points but even at its regular price, this palette is just "different" enough but not so outlandish that I am really glad to own it. And it is more versatile than you might think at first glance.