Product Review: Urban Decay Eyeshadow in Sin

The Urban Decay Naked Palette is a thing of myth and legend. It is a much marvelled thing of beauty that every girl and her sister were chomping at the bit to get earlier this year. I managed to snag one for myself via Sephora online (who now seem to have them constantly in stock, if you’re interested) and I’ve been using it off and on since it’s triumphant arrival at my door. The colour I’ve been using most within the palette would definitely have to be ‘Sin’.

Sin is a gorgeous, satin champagne coloured shadow that I like to wear as an all-over-lid shade. I think it’s probably the most wearable shade in the entire palette alongside Virgin. Urban Decay eyeshadows are mostly creamy and silky to apply, and Sin is one of the silkier shades in the Naked palette. The wear of this shadow is amazing, and layered over the Urban Decay Primer Potion it manages to last on my lids throughout the entire work day with no fading or creasing to be seen. You can buy the Urban Decay Sin Eyeshadow singularly for $17 USD from Sephora, or the Naked Palette for $48 USD. (note: Sephora do not ship directly to Australia so a parcel forwarding service is required)