Urban Decay Wild Greens Palette Swatches

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Urban Decay Wild Greens Eyeshadow Palette
Urban Decay Wild Greens Eyeshadow Palette
Urban Decay Wild Greens Eyeshadow Palette
Urban Decay Wild Greens Eyeshadow Palette
Urban Decay Wild Greens Eyeshadow Palette
Urban Decay Wild Greens Eyeshadow Palette
Urban Decay Wild Greens Eyeshadow Palette
Urban Decay Wild Greens Eyeshadow Palette
Urban Decay Wild Greens Eyeshadow Palette
Urban Decay Wild Greens Eyeshadow Palette
Urban Decay Wild Greens Eyeshadow Palette
Urban Decay Wild Greens Eyeshadow Palette
Urban Decay Wild Greens Eyeshadow Palette
Urban Decay Wild Greens Eyeshadow Palette
Urban Decay Wild Greens Eyeshadow Palette
Urban Decay Wild Greens Eyeshadow Palette
Urban Decay Wild Greens Eyeshadow Palette
Urban Decay Wild Greens Eyeshadow Palette
Urban Decay Wild Greens Eyeshadow Palette
Urban Decay Wild Greens Eyeshadow Palette
Urban Decay Wild Greens Eyeshadow Palette

Urban Decay Wild Greens Eyeshadow Palette is a new 12-pan eyeshadow palette that released earlier this month. Here are swatches!

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Genevieve Avatar

When I first saw the palette, I thought – this looks nice – I like the colour story – no reds, pinks, matte blacks etc. I like the combination of green and peachy shades. Yep. Perhaps a bit too orangey.
Then I looked at the swatches and thought – oh no! Pale imitations of what they should be.
s that my beloved Stash shade from Vice 2 that the brand has now mangled? I just give up on this brand ever doing it right now.

Sarah Avatar

That is a very underwhelming green palette. 🙁 If I want uber green I’m going to go for Trixie Cosmetic’s Plant Gay palette (https://trixiecosmetics.com/collections/eyes/products/plant-gay-palette) or Kim Chi Chic Cosmetic’s Virgin Mojito palette (https://kimchichicbeauty.com/collections/eye-shadow-palettes/products/juicy-nine-01-virgin-mojito). This one seems really desaturated and not very green.

Oliwia Avatar

Wild Greens where green shades make only 33% of the palette, and all are muted on top of that. Ah, a name like Preppy Pastels would feel more appropriate.

I start to feel curious about UD new releases only to see how they fail this time. I’m in a toxic relationship with UD, because I can’t let go and move on, still clinging to the hope that it would be awesome again because in the past it was, and I fall for every ‘sorry, I’ll do better next time’ and this ‘next time’ never comes and I should just break up and keep my fond memories of the first Books of Shadows and the OG Naked and those few lipstick shades that are now gone forever and try to find new products that spark joy (I sort of have, it just doesn’t have this spunky vibe UD as a brand used to have and that actually got me to enjoy makeup for itself).

Z Avatar

Same!!

I just watched a video the other day where someone (Kat? From the Kitchsnitch (sp??)?) was showing and talking about their UD palettes and I remembered my deep love for the OG Naked (which I still have, though it has been depotted), Naked2 – which was a better color story for me, but I never bought and have real regret over – Naked Smoky, which I still have and love, Naked Honey was a high-quality installment that I also adore….I’ve collected and de-potted several Book of Shadows palettes over the years, the black from the anniversay (25th year?) is the best black I own. And even recently the Game of Thrones eyeshadow palette release was top notch UD quality.

I also look back on the brand fondly. They were my introduction to something a step above drugstore. I knew someone who worked for the company over twenty years ago when it was a baby thing that was still edgey with names like Uzi, Kush, and nods to human destruction like Smog. Now? *sigh* Now they look like they’re chasing Colourpop’s “PG-friendly” vibes…including quality.

Mariella Avatar

The original Naked, Naked 2 (a better colour story for me too) and Smoky are real treasures in my collection. I nearly skipped Smoky (I think it didn’t get the greatest rating from Temptalia) and the same with the Game of Thrones palette (probably my most recent UD purchase except for a 24/7 pencil liner) but I’m so glad I got it. How far UD has fallen….it makes me sad.

Mariella Avatar

Perfect summing up of my relationship with UD as well….it is much like a toxic love affair (not to make light of real life toxic relationships). Naked 1, 2 and Smoky, those BOS palettes, the Vice palettes – there may have been a few less than perfect shadows in them but they were EXCITING and that, plus their mostly first rate shadows more than made up for the few that feel short of perfect. Now, it’s all just sad and regretful but I (and I’m sure many others) just keep hoping “maybe this time it will be better”.

Mariella Avatar

Oh dear…. When I first saw this, I thought I’d love at least Twist and Stash (yay for bringing back Stash was my first thought). Then I looked at the swatches and my heart fell. The only colours that seem to swatch okay are the very ones I wouldn’t wear (my colour preference). And let’s all raise a figurative glass to the memory of the Stash that used to be…

Christina D. Avatar

So I caved and purchased this because of a misplaced sense of interest in UD from years of loving the brand, and because of some positive reviews from Tarababyz and Angelica Nyquist. I haven’t used it yet but already super disappointed to see it’s made in Korea! I would not have purchased had I known.

Z Avatar

Same, why? Maybe I don’t read the news as much as the next guy, but I don’t hear of tainted products coming out of Korea nearly as often as I hear it from China so….do you have access to some information the rest of us don’t?

kjh Avatar

All for supporting USA products in theory. But I’d rather have this palette by Etude House or most other SK brands than any current UD iterations. Palettes are like sports teams, you can appreciate or follow the winners, but your heart belongs to your old fave or home team. In this case, UD.

Christina D. Avatar

UD had always manufactured their products in the U.S. We all know their quality has dropped and now they’ve cheaped out and outsourced their manufacturing.

CT Avatar

I love Korean products! They have really high standards in their products, though, these swatches are very underwhelming, but I blame UD more than Korea. I’m addicted to Korean products!

Z Avatar

Lol, no thank you. I know my face, I know my preferences, I know my undertones, and I know what looks good on me. This color story would look so trash on me even if it was correctly renamed to “peach smoothie.”

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