Urban Decay Fall 2016 Launches

Urban Decay Fall 2016 Launches
Urban Decay Fall 2016 Launches

The fall collection features a new eyeshadow palette, along with core additions like Naked Skin Color Correcting Fluid, All Nighter Foundation, and Razor Sharp Liquid Eyeliner.

July 12th online at Urban Decay, late July everywhere else

The Details

Moondust Eyeshadow Palette, $49.00 (New, Permanent)

When we released Moondust Eyeshadow, makeup junkies everywhere went wild. A never-before-seen innovation in shadow, Moondust contains microfine bits of iridescent sparkle for a dazzling effect like no other. Now we’ve got something that will send your glitter addiction into overdrive. Urban Decay introduces our first-ever Moondust Eyeshadow Palette—loaded with eight ALL-NEW shades. Thought you couldn’t be any more obsessed with our most intensely sparkly shadow? Wait until you see what’s inside this highly anticipated palette—it’s like a glimmering lunar rainbow! From Element (a beautiful peach with a cool shifty effect) and Lightyear (a vivid, saturated green) to Galaxy (the perfect smoky blue-gray), we pushed the envelope to create some of our most vibrant, unique Moondust shades yet. Online July 10th at urbandecay.com, in-stores July 14th.

  • Specter Soft pink with tonal sparkle
  • Element Peach with pink shift and sparkle
  • Magnetic Purple with blue sparkle
  • Lightyear Vibrant green with tonal sparkle
  • Granite Gunmetal with multi-colored sparkle
  • Lithium Brown with iridescent 3D sparkle
  • Vega Bright blue with tonal sparkle
  • Galaxy Smoky blue-gray with iridescent 3D sparkle

Naked Skin Color Correcting Fluid, $28.00 (New, Permanent)

Naked Skin Color Correcting Fluid is the next generation of skin perfection and radiance. Use these shades to correct imperfections and play up your best features, all without having to lug around a whole contour kit. Unlike a lot of cream-based color correctors, our liquid formula is easy to use and always blends beautifully—whether you use a little or a lot. Special pigment technology provides a smooth, even application every time. (And we based our formula off of Naked Skin Concealer, so you know it’s weightless and crazy good.)

  • Green Reduces redness
  • Lavender Balances sallowness
  • Pink Brightens dark areas
  • Yellow Corrects dullness
  • Peach Masks circles/spots

Waterproof Fine-Point Eye Pen, $20.00 (New, Permanent)

There are two universal truths about black liquid liner: It can never be too black or too perfect. Nail the look every time with Perversion Waterproof Fine-Point Eye Pen. This super-smooth, free-flowing pen lays down blacker-than-black lines with absolute precision. Our waterproof formula glides on without skipping or pulling, and the ultra fine tip provides an insane amount of control for a flawless application. Create thin, fine lines and bold, thick lines like a total pro—even if you’re not! This pen is so good, even those who normally shy away from liquid liner will have their technique perfected in no time. Like all of our Perversion products, the color payoff is amazing (and intensely black!). And once you’ve applied it, the ink dries down quickly; won’t smudge, run or feather; and lasts ALL day.

  • Perversion Blackest black

Razor Sharp Water-Resistant Longwear Liquid Eyeliner, $22.00 (New, Permanent)

Liquid Liner was one of our original color products, and we’re always reinventing and improving it. Since we can never get enough color, we also wanted to expand our range with more dimensional shades and multiple finishes. The name comes from one of our photographers, who used to look in the lens and whisper, “Ooh, that’s razor sharp.” We thought the delivery was funny, but it also sounded like a good name for liquid liner. The precision brush really lives up to the moniker—it’s practically impossible to mess up. Still perfecting your technique? After giving the bottle a good shake, lean your elbow on a stable surface to keep your hand steady while you apply. Then, just draw down into your lashes so the upper part of the line is sharp and even.

  • Perversion Blackest black
  • Revolver Gunmetal with iridescent sparkle
  • Demolition Deep brown
  • Snakebite Metallic copper bronze
  • Push Navy
  • Street Dark green
  • Zodiac Smoky black with blue-green shift and blue-green sparkle
  • Deep End Bright tonal shimmer
  • Kush Grass green
  • Chaos Vibrant cobalt blue
  • Retrograde Dark purple with purple micro-sparkle
  • Ecstasy Bright purple
  • Junkshow Bright pink with sparkle
  • Intergalactic Light purple with silver sparkle
  • Cuff Metallic silver shimmer with silver micro-sparkle
  • Space Cowboy Light champagne with silver sparkle
  • Goldrush Gold sparkle
  • Fireball Peach with pink shift
  • Bump White
  • Dark Force Dark brown with gold sparkle

All Nighter Liquid Foundation, $40.00 (New, Permanent)

What sets All Nighter apart? Our waterproof, oil-absorbing formula provides complete coverage that lasts ALL night, with a modern matte finish that never looks overdone. Achieve a perfected, blown-out effect you never thought possible—for skin that looks amazing and stays that way. Perfect for all-night affairs and other scandalous activities, this revolutionary formula is also comfortable enough to wear every day. We loaded All Nighter Liquid Foundation with an INSANE amount of pigment (three times as much as Naked Skin Liquid Makeup!), so a little goes a long way. But the results are beautiful! And with our wide range of 24 meticulously calibrated shades, it’s easy to find the perfect match.

  • 0.5 Fair pocelain with subtle pink undertone
  • 1.0 Fair bisque with soft warm undertone
  • 1.5 Fair bisque with subtle pink undertone
  • 2.0 Fair with soft warm undertone
  • 2.5 Fair with subtle pink undertone
  • 3.0 Light with soft warm undertone
  • 3.25 Light with neutral undertone
  • 3.5 Light with subtle pink undertone
  • 4.0 Medium-light with soft warm undertone
  • 4.5 Medium-light beige with subtle pink undertone
  • 5.0 Medium with soft warm undertone
  • 5.5 Medium with subtle pink undertone
  • 6.0 Medium beige with soft warm undertone
  • 6.5 Medium beige with subtle pink undertone
  • 7.0 Medium-dark with soft warm undertone
  • 7.5 Medium-dark with subtle pink undertone
  • 7.75 Medium-dark with golden undertone
  • 8.0 Dark with soft warm undertone
  • 8.75 Dark with golden undertone
  • 9.0 Dark beige with soft warm undertone
  • 9.75 Dark beige with golden undertone
  • 10.0 Dark brown with soft warm undertone
  • 11.0 Very dark brown with soft warm undertone
  • 12.0 Deep with soft warm undertone

Urban Decay Fall 2016 Launches
Urban Decay Fall 2016 Launches

Urban Decay Fall 2016 Launches
Urban Decay Fall 2016 Launches

Urban Decay Fall 2016 Launches
Urban Decay Fall 2016 Launches

Urban Decay Fall 2016 Launches
Urban Decay Fall 2016 Launches

Urban Decay Fall 2016 Launches
Urban Decay Fall 2016 Launches

Urban Decay Fall 2016 Launches
Urban Decay Fall 2016 Launches

Urban Decay Fall 2016 Launches
Urban Decay Fall 2016 Launches

Urban Decay Fall 2016 Launches
Urban Decay Fall 2016 Launches

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Everything looks great! I will definitely get the palette and a few eyeliners and I can’t wait to try that foundation too!

Welp, whatever money I had they didn’t take with the Vice lipstick launch they will definitely be taking with those eyeliners! They look gorgeous. Just hoping “water-resistant” doesn’t actually mean that I will have these running down my face by the end of the day…..

I like the foundations I use, but I’m curious to try this one. The waterproof, stay-all-night aspect makes me think it might survive me putting on and taking off my helmet better than my current (which rubs off my cheeks onto my cheek pads … understandably). The eyeliners look very promising as well.

Yeah, mine too. I used to pull out the cheek pads and wash them regularly because it was a little embarrassing, but that was breaking them down, so I gave up. I figure … whatever … people know I wear makeup. I guess it bothers me a little more that my lower face is all but rubbed bare, but I always throw some pressed powder on to blur the demarcation. It’s probably impossible, but it’d be nice to find a foundation that doesn’t just rub right off.

I’ve been tempted but never actually tried the Moondust shadows, fearing they would be waaay too shiny or plagued with fall-out (though reviews I’ve seen don’t seem to mention the latter issue too much) and a few of those shades look really gorgeous, Lithium and Galaxy, especially. I was hoping the Fine Point liner would be more like the Marc Jacobs skinny liner pencil, but it’s very different.

I’m excited about this but I really liked their old Liquid Eyeliners, I hope these are similar and at least as good.
I hope the colour correcting shades are good too, I’ve been looking for a peach with a decent amount of coverage in a liquid formula.

I know that a lot of UD fans were saddened when the Liquid Liner were DC’d so I’m sure they are happy to have them back with an even thinner brush.

I’m soooo glad the Moondust Eyeshadow palette is permanent. I want it but can’t buy it just now.

And the new foundation formula makes me happy. I found the Naked Skin one way to sheer for my taste (I have a lot of ruddiness to cover in my face) and packing on a green corrector doesn’t work so well with a sheer foundation. Crossing my finger that 1.0 doesn’t lean too orange because the Naked Skin version worked for me. I want to support UD with their skin products as well. *_*

I really *loved* the old liquid liners, but actually found the brush too thin… I’ll give this one a try, but I hope the bristles are at least sturdier.

I’m happy the palette is permanent, as well. I’ve been wanting to pick up a few of the singles, but have had too many priorities. By the time the hype dies down, I’ll be ready to grab some, along with the palette!

Yes to firm but thin brushes!!! Nyx Studio liquid eyeliner had that type and I like it for that reason.

I only own 2 shades of the Moondust Eyeshadows and they are an interesting texture to work with with a glitter base (they need to stick to something). The shades in this palette entice me.

I’m definitely getting the Moondust palette, even though I really don’t need another palette. I have a glitter addiction!

Am I crazy, or did they already have a liquid Perversion liner marker/pen thing? Did they discontinue it and relaunch?

I don’t think I’ll get any of the liners. Liquid liner and I never seem to get along. I don’t think I’m patient enough for it, which is a big problem when you have hooded eyes!

Yahoo! New foundation! UD has been winning my heart over lately, even more so than the high end brands which you’d think would be better based on their price points!! I currently use naked skin in a mix of 2.0 and 4.0, so of course I plan on buying this new one as well! 3x the pigment though?! I gotta be careful with how I apply that lol.

I am VERY glad they are bringing back the liquid liners and Revolver was one of my FAVORITES. I wish Radium was one of the returning colors though.

This is a nice launch! Not too overwhelming but a good range of products. I was wondering when they’d get back into the liquid liners – I nabbed almost every color when they cleared out the 24/7 formulation and man, those are seriously vibrant and wear like iron. The Moondust palette looks really cool – surprisingly, I have never tried the singles even with my penchant for shimmer. This range is too bright for me but I’m hoping it’s successful and they do a neutral or metal-toned one as a sequel 🙂

Oooh, that Moondust palette looks interesting! So glad it’s permanent, so I can check it out. And I think I need to try some of those colorful eye liners

I already have the palette (which I’ve swatched on my Instagram) but plan to get a bunch of the eyeliners when they launch. I may also get the foundation but probably not right away as right now I have 4 that I like (one is UD) so I don’t need a 5th. If it’s decent, it may end up replacing my Dior one bc of price.

A big “YAY!” for everything being permanent. I really want that Moondust palette. I’m eager to see swatches of the new liquid liners, especially the metallics.

Ooooooh, VERY tempted by that foundation. I’m dry as a desert (and thus drawn to desire finishes), but I can deal with a matte finish if it manages to cover my hyperpigmentation!

No Sabbath in the liner range? I’m sad, it was my favorite shade from the previous formula!
I’m curious about the foundation, I’ve been going for higher coverage in the past few months because of frequent breakouts, so I’ll give it a try when it comes out.

That palette is mind-blowing! I do believe I need this one and a few of those gorgeous liquid liners, too! Very relieved to learn that these are all permanent, so no crazy chasing down of an elusive, ever sold-out palette!!! ?

I was very excited to try the new foundation, but am a little saddened that they only made one neutral shade for us neutral girls. Here’s to hoping they eventually add more

I saw the Moondust palette in my Sephora today during their UD event, and idk I wasn’t that incredibly impressed. I don’t think the glitter is fine enough, it looked chunky and too obvious, My friend bought it though, so to each their own.

Those eyeliners look great though.

I love that they’re launching so many cool new things, but I’m disappointed that they’ve overlooked the folks with more olive undertones, like everyone else does. I’m a little salty, I guess, but I’d like to not have to keep adding blue mixer to literally every foundation. Lol.

What are some good (or even decent, LOL!) mixers that you’ve tried? I’m not *quite* olive, but it’s the closest I’ve found, as most foundations run pink, yellow, or peach, none of which work…

Make Up For Ever makes great ones! The Chromatix Mix comes in both oil and water bases (good for silicone based and water based foundations, respectively) in a variety of colors. I have blue, yellow, and white, all in oil base since I mostly use silicone foundations. A little goes a verrrrry long way and doesn’t alter the formula. Th bottl is tiny (and only $14 USD), but it really lasts since it’s so pigmented. Highly recommend.

I know Moondust shadows aren’t everyone’s thing, but I love the glitter factor. I’ll have to pick up that palette. I’m interested to test the foundation as well. I do love how the Naked foundation felt on, but it was never pigmented enough for the coverage I like and with very oily skin, I prefer a matte finish.

I was really excited upon reading about the All Nighter foundation. Then I read “with subtle pink undertone,” and a dark, ominous cloud of despair and heartbreak gathered overhead as I realized this world was not meant for me. **sniff** I would love to read a foundation description that included, “with glaringly obvious pink undertone!”

The first company that decides to create on-the-spot foundation matching and mixing, the way paint companies scan and match colors for paint, is going to be hella popular! You know… as long as the formula is also amazing.

With UD’s slow change towards less pigmented / poorer formulated shadows, I’m hesitant to be thrilled with this palette. I really hope this palette turns out to be decent. I recall returning my moondust shadows because they weren’t very good 🙁

The eyeliners look very interesting to me because I did like the ones I purchased a while ago! I dislike the usual felt tips most have, so I’m pretty much sold on the gentler brush tip! I hope the gosh that’s a nice orangey red liner 🙂

I have several of the Moondust singles and I have really liked them. I will definitely be picking up this palette! And yay for the return of the liquid liners! I definitely will want to try the new foundation as well, but honestly the Naked Skin has been my holy grail for several years now! Two thumbs up with this launch UD!

I love a liner with a brush. I don’t care for felt tips. I’ll be getting this and the foundation in 0.5 for my oily skin. Yay!

Wow, that eyeshadow palette is gorgeous? An all sparkly palette? Yes please! Those eyeliners look lovely as well. I am looking forward to this release….better start saving ?

I am so freaking excited for this foundation. UD will have really hit this year home is these foundations are as good as I am hoping

I am excited to try this foundation. I just purchased UD’s 24/7 Concealer and I am in love! It really covers my dark circles and doesn’t crease when paired with UD Naked pressed powder. I would love to find a fuller coverage foundation that doesn’t sweat off. Here’s hoping this new one is indeed waterproof

I’m overjoyed about the new eyeliners. The color range looks amazing! I just hope they wear as well as the discontinued 24/7 liquid eyeliners, since those were the only ones that didnt transfer onto my upper hooded lids. Just about any other eyeliners (pencil, gel, powder, other liquids) always transfer, no matter how long I keep my eyes closed after applying. If the new ones perform like the old ones, I will be buying many colors and probably backups too!

So excited about all of these new products. I am a makeup connoisseur, but still watchful as to what I purchase. However, with Urban Decay, you can never go wrong. Love all the new shadow colors, well… Love it all. LOL. I am a lady in my early 50’s, and Urban Decay is one of the best cosmetic brand on the market, by far. Try it and you will not be disappointed.

do you have the moondust palette yet? i really want to know your thoughts about it. I do want to get it as soon as possible if you give it a good review. I’m wondering if they perform the same as the singles?

I hope the liquid eyeliners have better caps/stoppers than the original ones. That was my only complaint about their old version, that cap would crack or the stoppers would get stuck in the lid and things would get messy. I miss their little brush though!!

Well I’ll be trying that foundation for sure and love more than a couple of those gorgeous liners. I still need to nab a couple vice lippies!

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