Today I am sharing a collection full of whimsical colors inspired by the film release of Disney’s Alice Through the Looking Glass. Urban Decay created five limited-edition lipstick shades* that pay tribute to some of the main characters from the film. From sheer nudes to gunmetal navy, this collection has a range of shades that go from classic to edgy, something that I have come to expect from the Urban Decay brand. Let’s take a closer look, shall we?
Each lipstick case features a kaleidoscopic pattern that compliments the Alice Through the Looking glass palette with boxes to match. The top of each cap is debossed by the UD logo. The UD logo also appears on the lipstick bullet itself. You simply slide off each cap to reveal the color within.
There are a total of five shades which represents a character from the film:
Alice-sheer nude with pink shift
Iracebeth-bright red matte
Mad Hatter- bright purple shimmer
Time-gunmetal navy with silver shimmer
Mirana-matte berry with tonal shimmer
There exists three finishes to this collection-sheer, shimmery, or matte. I find that each shade feels creamy, glides on easily, and are nicely pigmented regardless of the finish while the opacity of each shade will vary. Alice has the sheerest finish of them all, while Iracebeth provides the most opaque finish in my opinion. I find that the shimmer shades such as Mad Hatter and Mirana do need a bit of layering and building for the best color intensity and they are very wearable and workable in that respect. Swatches to follow bellow.
The Urban Decay Alice Through the Looking Glass lipstick collection* in one word is just simply whimsical. These shades are certainly unique and not your typical everyday colors. While I would feel most comfortable wearing Alice and Iracebeth for day to day, I do think that sometimes it’s fun to deviate from the norm, and express yourself with some fun, unique, statement colors. If you are interested in picking up any of these shades, hurry to your local retailer or grab them while you can online. They are limited edition, retailing for $18 each (USD) and will be sold out soon. You can visit the Urban Decay website here (unaffiliated link)
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*This post featured products that were provided as PR samples. Thank you kindly UD PR team for the opportunity to review. As always, all opinions are honest and expressly my own.