Urban Decay Decades Mini Eyeshadow Palettes for Holiday 2020

Release Date + About the Launch

Urban Decay Decades Mini Eyeshadow Palette is a collection of mini eyeshadow palettes, featuring high-pigment matte, metallic, and shimmer shades inspired by iconic elements from the ’70s to the ’00s.

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Products in the Launch

'Boogie Mini Eyeshadow Palette, $25.00 (Limited Edition)

Light it up with the Urban Decay Boogie Decades Mini Eyeshadow Palette, featuring high-pigment eyeshadows that channel the sparkling beats and shades of ¿70s disco, from silvery pearl and peach shimmers to iridescent pressed glitter.

  • Disco Diva Ivory shimmer with silver pearls
  • Outlandish Mahogany brown shimmer
  • I Like It Soft terracotta matte
  • Glitter Scene Iridescent pressed glitter
  • Club Hop Light peach shimmer with silver pearls
  • Turn the Beat Black with green, blue, and silver shimmer

'Pop Queen Mini Eyeshadow Palette, $25.00 (Limited Edition)

Get ready to command an audience with the Urban Decay Pop Queen Decades Mini Eyeshadow Palette, featuring ’80s-inspiried high-pigment eyeshadow shades worthy of a pop star, from royal blue and hot pink mattes to electric violet and golden yellow shimmer.

  • Scrunchie Hot pink matte
  • Superstar Royal blue matte with silver micro-pearls
  • Club Scene Golden yellow with red reflective shimmer
  • Dance It Out Purple shimmer with violet, blue, and silver pearls
  • Like a V Electric violet with blue reflective shimmer
  • Hart Soft light-pink shimmer

'1993 Mini Eyeshadow Palette, $25.00 (Limited Edition)

Lace up your combat boots and grab your favorite flannel, because the Urban Decay 1993 Decades Mini Eyeshadow Palette features high-pigment eyeshadow shades with a unique tribute to ’90s grunge rock. Create an eye makeup look with this travel size palette that channels the era’s angst with a sky-blue shimmer, dark olive-green shimmer, and moody brick-red matte.

  • Beep Me White ivory shimmer
  • Seattle Pale sky-blue shimmer with blue micro-pearls
  • *69 Light warm-terracotta matte
  • Collect Call Dark brick-red matte
  • Totally Rad Light pink shimmer with purple micro-pearls
  • Grunge Dark green with olive green shimmer and black undertone

'Soundtrack Mini Eyeshadow Palette, $25.00 (Limited Edition)

Throw it back with the Urban Decay Soundtrack Decades Mini Eyeshadow Palette. These high-pigment eyeshadow shades take their cue from early 2000s hip-hop¿drop the beat with blinged-out ivory and black shimmers, along with pearly orange matte and a futuristic mauve.

  • Throwback Ivory shimmery with gold and silver micro-shimmer
  • Y2K Mauve shimmer with blue reflective shift with green pearls
  • That’s Dope Burnt yellow with red reflective shimmer
  • Ready or Not Red matte with gold pearls
  • Independent Orange matte with gold pearls
  • Baby Hair Black shimmer with silver pearls

Urban Decay Decades Mini Eyeshadow Palettes for Holiday 2020

Urban Decay Decades Mini Eyeshadow Palettes for Holiday 2020

Urban Decay Decades Mini Eyeshadow Palettes for Holiday 2020

Urban Decay Decades Mini Eyeshadow Palettes for Holiday 2020

Urban Decay Decades Mini Eyeshadow Palettes for Holiday 2020

Urban Decay Decades Mini Eyeshadow Palettes for Holiday 2020

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Cute, and I like the ’90s one, but I really wish people/companies would stop thinking the ’70s were all disco all the time. The early-to-mid ’70s, my favorite makeup time ever, was mostly about the light and natural look — sheer foundation, gel blush or light powder blush, one or two eyeshadows at a time, little to no eyeliner, mascara, and natural or thin brows which then didn’t overwhelm one’s eyes like the current ginormous IG brows. That time seems to be forgotten though except by oldies like me. 😉

I agree with you. And I don’t remember these colors being all that popular in the 70’s, certainly not the red. I was wearing pinks and yellows on my eyes (as a result of a makeover by the former beauty editor of Glamour (remember that?) at Bendel’s (RIP)) and those shades were hard to find.

As with MAC, I retain a real soft spot for UD, in spite of its missteps over the years (and more in recent years). So I hope these are good. I’m liking the look of both Boogie (though I’d gladly pass on the “pressed glitter”) and Soundtrack.

If, and I do mean IF, the quality is there, I’m down for Pop Queen and Boogie. Somehow, I fear that these just won’t be UD’s best formulas. I hope I’m wrong.

This feels like the old Urban Decay and I like it! My favorite of the bunch is 1993. It looks like the “Boogie” palette solo shot might be missing.

I love all of them, especially 1993, but I don’t have high hopes for the quality… Will there be any 24/7 eyeliners as well in this collection? I’d like a pale blue shimmer one…

This is a cute concept and I wouldn’t be mad if my spouse put any of these (except Pop Queen) in my stocking… but I probably won’t buy them for myself unless they get good reviews and go on sale after the holidays.

I wonder if UD is trying to recreate their hey days of mini palettes like the Fun, Mariposa or Feminine palette. But nowadays I would wonder about the quality. None of these are really appealing to me – it does seem like a random collection of shades and colours.

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