Urban Decay Electric Pressed Pigment Palette Looks

Urban Decay Electric Pressed Pigment Palette Look
Urban Decay Electric Pressed Pigment Palette Look

The new Urban Decay Electric Pressed Pigment Palette (review) went up for sale this morning, and here are two looks featuring the new palette with quick step-by-step instructions.  Just to reiterate, as per the back of the palette: “Warning: Slowburn, Savage, Jilted, and Urban are not intended for the immediate eye area.”.  Here’s Urban Decay’s response (per Facebook): “A few shades contain a colorant that has not yet been approved for the use around the immediate eye area. However, this restriction only applies in the U.S.; in every other country where Urban Decay is sold, these shades are approved for use around the eyes. Bottom line? We didn’t want to limit the Electric Palette to eyeshadow. It’s an artistry palette with unlimited possibilities! How you use these shades is up to you. (And no matter where you use them, you’ll get insane color payout.).”

Look #1

  1. Apply Urban Eyeshadow to the lower third of the lid going horizontally across the upper lash line.
  2. Apply Savage Eyeshadow to the upper third to half of the lid (right before the crease), lightly overlaying Urban Eyeshadow to blend.
  3. Apply Slowburn Eyeshadow into the crease and blending above, towards the brow bone.
  4. Apply X Eyeshadow above the crease and along the inner tearduct to soften and blend out Slowburn Eyeshadow.
  5. Apply ABC Gum Eyeshadow on the brow bone and layer over the edge of Chaos Eyeshadow to bring everything together.
  6. Apply darkest shade in Brown Sugar Brow Box with an angled brush to define brows.
  7. Apply Scorch 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil to lower lash line.
  8. Apply two coats of Supercurl Mascara to upper and lower lashes.
  9. Apply Naked Skin Liquid Foundation (3.0 and 4.0) and buff into skin.
  10. Apply Naked Flushed Bronzer to cheeks to add subtle warmth, and then lightly dust Naked Flushed Highlighter to cheek bones to highlight.
  11. Apply Jilted Revolution Lipstick to lips and pat on Naked Ultra Nourishing Lipgloss for a bolder look or apply Naked Ultra Nourishing Lipgloss and mix in Streak Ultra Nourishing Lipgloss for a subtler lip color.

Look #2

  1. Apply Thrash Eyeshadow to the inner third of the lid by patting shadow into place.
  2. Apply Freak Eyeshadow to the middle of the lid and blend into Thrash.
  3. Apply Fringe Eyeshadow to the outer third of the lid and blend into the outer corner/crease.
  4. Apply Chaos Eyeshadow into the crease and blend above the crease.
  5. Apply ABC Gum Eyeshadow on the brow bone and layer over the edge of Chaos Eyeshadow to bring everything together.
  6. Apply darkest shade in Brown Sugar Brow Box with an angled brush to define brows.
  7. Apply Chaos 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil to lower lash line, and then smudge Freak Eyeshadow underneath the eyeliner to brighten.
  8. Apply two coats of Supercurl Mascara to upper and lower lashes.
  9. Apply Naked Skin Liquid Foundation (3.0 and 4.0) and buff into skin.
  10. Apply Naked Flushed Bronzer to cheeks to add subtle warmth, and then lightly dust Naked Flushed Highlighter to cheek bones to highlight.
  11. Apply Streak Revolution Lipstick to lips.

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Urban Decay Electric Pressed Pigment Palette Look
Urban Decay Electric Pressed Pigment Palette Look

Urban Decay Electric Pressed Pigment Palette Look
Urban Decay Electric Pressed Pigment Palette Look

Urban Decay Electric Pressed Pigment Palette Look
Urban Decay Electric Pressed Pigment Palette Look

Urban Decay Electric Pressed Pigment Palette Look
Urban Decay Electric Pressed Pigment Palette Look

Urban Decay Electric Pressed Pigment Palette Look
Urban Decay Electric Pressed Pigment Palette Look

Urban Decay Electric Pressed Pigment Palette Look
Urban Decay Electric Pressed Pigment Palette Look

Urban Decay Electric Pressed Pigment Palette Look
Urban Decay Electric Pressed Pigment Palette Look

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I didnt even bother with this palette ….a few mths back i got (VIDA LUX cosmetics ) Evelyn Lozada’s glamour girl makeup palette…it has all these bright colors and they are buttery like urban decay! I own 3 of her palettes now and her Pretty girl blush palette…very nice …..the bright glamour girl palette pics is on instagram! check it out!:)

So in love with the red pigment. It’s a must have for me. Great looks and I like how you have made these brights appear very wearable.

I really, really enjoy the looks you come up with. These are so beautiful, and helpful for understanding how to use the palette!

Oh my gosh, these eye makeups are gorgeous! Love these bright looks! And I will sure have a look on this UD palette, seems like the eyeshadows are pretty pigmented!

Great work, these are fabulous. Difficult to do sophisticated with colours as bold and bright as these, but you’ve really pulled it off. Gorgeous.

I love love LOVE the looks on you! Mostly for the first look. I can’t wait to get them. Thank you so much for tutorial. You ROCK!

Ahhhh! I love these! I had to bookmark this page because I plan on buying this palette later on and this definitely can be inspiration for me!

Both looks are stunning though we’ve seen you play with blues/greens in the past but the first one is different and I love it on you with the bolder lip!

I’m on a low buy so I’ll admire this palette from afar. Christine, that blue green look is absolutely gorgeous! I’m a sucker for teal and girl, you are wearing it!

Definitely a risk you have to assess and move on from there – I didn’t know it wasn’t eye safe until I had worn it about 10 times 🙁

Beautiful looks! I’m especially fond of the first one, which is like an electric sunset. Although I have a lot of shades, I don’t think I have too many that have the saturation level of these.

Phew! These looks are stunning! 😀 The colours all look so perfect – blended, but still distinct and vibrant. Christine, you’re amazing! 😀 Now I want this palette even more…

So so beautiful! I loved the first look so much I just tried recreating it with Sugarpill shadows! I used poison plum, dollypop and love +, and urban decay x, wos. Turned out great! Can’t wait to get this palette! Thank you for the gorgeous looks! I had never thought of layering x over love +, I think it’s going to be my favourite for a long time!

YAY! I’m so glad you were able to give it a shot, Karen! I love that you used what you had, too 🙂 I really liked the effect of X over red/orange mattes!

Strikingly beautiful eye looks! I’m going to copy each one when my palette arrives. Ordered it today, thanks for the inspirations!

I love colors on the lids and this palette is like a color-heaven all the bright bold shades included. It is now a must have for me. Stunning looks dear, the 2nd looks is my favorite.. 🙂 <3

Love both looks! While I may not wear the bright colors everyday, I can definitley see myself doing these looks on the weekends or our upcoming fam vacation!

Oh my gosh, you’re so talented! These colors are cool and you rock them! I love UD but I just wouldn’t get enough use out of this palette so I have to pass on it.

Thank you for all your tutorials! I received my Electric palette and just kept staring at it, since this Naked-lovin’ girl wasn’t sure quite where to actually start with colors! Thanks again! I know it must take a ton of time, but it’s very much appreciated. 🙂

Hey Christine!! I was just curious if you had any problems with left over pigmentation after removing the eyeshadow. The other day I wore a tiny bit of savage on my lower lash line and realized it left a pinkish tint under my eye for about a day and a half. From what I understand that is why it is said to be “unsafe.” I was just wondering if you have any ways to avoid that tint from happening, and if it isn’t avoidable, do you have any removal tips?

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