URBAN DECAY VICE 4: First impressions video & photos!

Let’s start by saying that I’m a sucker for Urban Decay palettes. Any new release, there I am eagerly waiting the first reviews and photos to emerge, to decide whether to add it to my collection or not. I managed to resist the recent Gwen Stefani palette, but the Vice 4 palette instantly caught my eye and I kept wondering whether to buy it or not. A month or so before Christmas, it appeared on feelunique.com (which is the only site I’ve found that’s an authorised UD retailer and will ship here for free) and I was torn between buying it and saving up for the Christmas period. That was when my boyfriend saw me gazing at it adoringly and said he’d add it to my Christmas presents – squeee!


So I had pretty high hopes and expectations for this palette, mainly because I’ve never been disappointed by an Urban Decay palette! As to whether the Vice 4 lived up to my expectations or not – you’ll find out in the video below!

If you’d like to see a closer look at the makeup look I created with this palette, here it is:

As promised in the video, here’s the description of each colour. As with all my previous Urban Decay palette reviews (here, here and here), I’ve taken these descriptions from the Urban Decay website.

Bones (oyster satin w/pearl), Grip (taupe matte w/iridescent micro-glitter), Deadbeat (black satin w/iridescent micro-glitter), Beat Down (deep metallic violet w/blue micro-glitter), Pandemonium (metallic plum w/iridescent micro-glitter), Framed (light neutral matte-satin), Fast-Ball (metallic peachy pink w/pink micro-glitter), 1985 (metallic fuchsia w/fuchsia micro-glitter), Underhand (burgundy-brown satin) Harlot (metallic lavender), Discreet (soft dusty mauve matte), Grasshopper (metallic emerald w/green micro-glitter), C-Note (frosted green w/micro-glitter), Arctic (bright teal w/tonal sparkle), Robbery (deep metallic brown-gunmetal), Bitter (reddish brown matte), Flame (bright orange w/gold micro-glitter), Low (brown matte w/iridescent micro-glitter), Crowbar (black w/golden metallic pearl and micro-glitter) and Delete (deep chestnut brown matte-satin).

Here are some closeups to drool over:










My personal favourite from the whole palette!

I’d love to know what you think of this palette – do you own it, are you thinking of buying or are you skipping this one? Let me know down below or on Facebook! x