Urban Decay Launches It’s Smoked 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil Set! [Press Release]

Smoky doesn’t always mean black…deep, dynamic jewel tones, shimmering pewters, and chocolate neutrals all create super-sexy eyes. This quintessential set includes all these shades, plus our award-winning black, in experimental, travel-friendly sizes. If you’re thinking of toying with a sultry look, our creamy, vibrant, waterproof pencils are the perfect partners in crime.

Urban Decay launches the Smoked 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil Set, the perfect pairing for our popular Smoked Palette. Forget everything you thought you knew about creating super-sexy eyes—this set takes smoky WAY beyond basic black. From shimmering pewters and deep, dynamic jewel tones to chocolate neutrals and our award-winning black, we’ve got your every smoky eye need covered. You get six pencils in all—including two limited-edition shades we’ve brought back by popular demand, and two sick new shades you won’t find anywhere else! Each one packs the amazing staying power and unbeatable glide of our 24/7 Eye Pencils into a travel-friendly format. Perfect for gift-giving, this set comes in a clear outer box to showcase the insane color range inside.

Smoked 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil Set includes these eye-defining shades:

  • Demolition – matte darkest chocolate brown
  • Empire** – matte dark eggplant purple
  • Mainline* – matte peacock blue
  • Smog** – metallic warm brown copper
  • Uzi** – metallic gunmetal grey w/silver micro-glitter
  • Zero – award-winning, best-selling zealous black

* – brand new

** – Only available in sets

Available: Smoked 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil set (SRP $38) is available 9/27 at Sephora, ULTA and select Macy’s stores. Or, online at sephora.com, ulta.com, macys.com, beauty.com and urbandecay. com

Note: This is LIMITED EDITION, so get it while you can!

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Sephora by OPI | Don’t Feed The Hand Models — Photos, Reviews, Swatches

Sephora by OPI released it’s Safari Luxe mini polish pack containing a nude, a dusty green, and an orange with shimmer. So I made it mine. This is SOPI Don’t Feed The Hand Models.

COLOR: This is a beige nude creme. Even though the flash would make you think not, this is actually a pretty good match to my skin tone. It makes me look super yellow here though.

FORMULA & APPLICATION: The formula on this was so-so. Application sucked, due the mini sized bottle, brush, and handle. It was like painting my nails with a needle. Or a nail art pen. Either way, it all surmounted to an uneven, patchy finish. This is three coats.

WEAR: This wore really good. This was day two with no tip wear or chips. Amazing.

When I did finally get some tip wear, I turned to Konad to revive the mani.

This was SOPI Caught With My Khaki’s Down stamped with Konad M57 and topped with one coat Seche Vite. I love this color combo. I kept this on for three whole days.

I love the pattern on this finger.

 

Do you have and Sephora by OPI polishes? Do you find they’re worth the extra dollar?

 

MEGA HAUL (Part TWO)

OPI Oh So Glam is a sheer white with gold iridescence. It’s super pretty, but it takes quite some coats in order to build it up to semi-opaqueness. It’s not a crazy white, it’s super subtle, great for office wear.

OPI Rising Star is a gorgeous copper. It’s almost an EXACT dupe of Revlon’s Limited Edition Copper Gleam. The only difference is Rising Star has sparse gold glitter in it, which you can see really well in this picture.

Revlon Jelly is the strangest color. This picture makes it look like a hot pink, which it is. But it’s also a crazy hot red. And maybe even orange. It’s a mix of all three. It definitely a warm hot pink, either way. My mom got this from a work meeting, so I got it for “free.” I haven’t put this on my nails yet, I’m waiting for summer, but when I’ll do I’ll still post it as a review sample.

Revlon Vintage is–in the bottle– one of my favorite colors. The perfect red-violet cranberry, burgundy, type color. On the nail it’s slightly darker than the bottle color. I didn’t like it on nail as much as I did in the bottle. I still love its name, and all Revlon colors are FANTASTIC for Konad.

Sally Hansen Cafe Au Lait was added to my collection while I was in search of the perfect nude, “mannequin hands,” color. This is super close, but my skin tone underneath it makes it look just the slightest bit peachy, as you can see here. It’s super close to my match.

Sephora Dragee is a super sheer pink, it’s french manicure pink. It’s nothing special. Just a little wash of color.

Sinful Colors Why Not is a super light blue. Not robin egg blue, like OPI’s What’s With The Cattitude. This is BLUE. It’s aqua. It’s gorgeous. This picture is true to color. It’s crazy opaque too. One of my favorite polishes ever. It’s so BOLD. Love. Love. Love. I’m going to do a polish change to this one tonight.

Ulta Professional  Angel Baby is an opaque white creme. It’s just a white I decided to pick up. I already have Sinful Colors Snow Me White, which is identical in pure white-ness. However, Snow Me White applies WAY better than Ultas white. That, and Angel Baby like, never, ever dries. I had so many dings, dents and fingerprints, that I never photographed it. Go buy Sinful Color Snow Me White, it’s better, and cheaper!

Ulta Professional Femme Fatale is a dark plum shimmer. It’s pretty, great pigmentation, completely opaque in two coats, applied well. looks super pretty under white crackle.

Ulta Lotsa Luxe is a gold metallic. It’s a pale gold. I wore this in my OPI Black Crackle NOTD, two posts ago. It looks FANTASTIC under Black Shatter, and it was beautiful. However, on its own, on me, it’s completely unflattering, old, and gross. However, if someone with a darker skin tone or hell, even a tan, were to wear this, it would pop and look phenomenal. I’m way too pale for this color. It makes everything worse. I will keep it and love it for Konading and crackle polishes.

Wet N Wild Hannah Pinktana is from their super cute, amazing collection where everything is named after a TV show. I own Teal Of Fortune (Blue and gold glitter), Ebony Hates Chris (black creme), Gray’s Anatomy (silver, purple, grey, green, and blue duochrome), Blue Wants To Be A Millionaire, and Hannah Pinktana. This is a gorgeous purple base — not pink as the name suggests — with packed glitter with holographic prisms thrown in there too. It’s truly gorgeous, but I haven’t had the honor of wearing it yet. I hope I can assume it’ll be just as amazing as Blue Wants To Be A Millionaire, which applied amazing for such a dense glitter. Removal is a pain of course, but it’s all totally worth it.

Zoya Carrie Ann is a medium red shimmer. It’s pretty, it’s my first Zoya, but I really don’t like reds. BUT THEY WERE ON CLEARANCE. Application is great, completely opaque in two coats.

Zoya Kristi is a medium red creme, it’s basically the color of a tomato. It’s pretty, but as I stated above, I’m not a red lover. Application is great, opaque in it’s tomatoey goodness in just two coats, nice and glossy.

Well, that’s is for this haul… until next time, enjoy!