The Urban Decay vintage eyeshadows were on sale for $9 each. The original price was $17 each! The sale on Urban Decay's website is still going on now, and they still have a really good selection of vintage eyeshadows.
I love Urban Decay eyeshadows. I absolutely LOVE my Urban Decay Naked palette. It was the first high end eyeshadow that I ever purchased. Sidecar was one of my favorites (minus the glitter), and I read online that there were a few shadows that were sold individually that are very similar to Sidecar. I have wanted to buy some eyeshadow singles, but I couldn't justify spending $17 for one eyeshadow. When I saw this sale, I decided it was the perfect opportunity to pick up a few eyeshadows that I have been wanting.
|Sell Out, Midnight Cowboy, YDK, Baked & Toasted|
Baked is probably my least favorite eyeshadow that I bought. The eyeshadow is great quality, highly pigmented, etc., but I am not a huge fan of gold eyeshadows. There is a lot more gold and orange in it than I expected (my own fault, not theirs). I guess I was hoping it had more brown it than orange. Hopefully I will get bold enough to play with this eyeshadow more, because it really is beautiful.
I swatched Baked next to Half Baked from the original Naked palette, so you can see how much more orange Baked is compared to the golden Half Baked.
|Half Baked (original Naked palette), Baked|
|Sell Out, Midnight Cowboy|
|Midnight Cowboy, Sell Out|
Sell Out makes a beautiful brow bone highlight.
|Sidecar (original Naked palette), Midnight Cowboy, Sell Out|
To compare, I swatched Sin from the original Naked palette next to Sell Out.
|Sell Out, Sin (original Naked palette)|