I’ve had this palette for a while, and I’ve always been very impressed by it. I’m only now getting around to reviewing it, but hey, better late than never!
As this palette was limited edition and it’s not actually available anymore, I’m going to do my best to match it with individual UD colours, which you can buy in the Build-Your-Own Palette for €12.50 for the case and one shade and then €18 for any other colours you want to put in.
The look which is instructed in this palette involves blending the purple, Auraon your outer eyelid with the silver on your inner eyelid, producing a two-toned look. The pink is then used on the very inner lid, which finishes the shadow quite nicely.
The thing that impressed me most about this palette was how well the Urban Decay shadows all blend together. The brush which came with this palette wasn’t great for blending, but when used with a better blending brush it worked wonders. The colours in this palette match each other perfectly, no matter what combination is used.
I also really like the eyeliner which came with this palette – it came in a dark purple which I used religiously for about a month until, sadly, it ran out. I found it easy to apply, and it came out well and didn’t smudge at all.
The lipstick in this palette was a sort of rust red colour, which I wouldn’t have chosen at all myself, but it came out so well on! I also used this religiously for about a month, and it to disappeared quite quickly.
This palette is one of the best I’ve bought, I’d definitely recommend picking it up (or matching colours) if you like coloured eyeshadows.
The colour matches are:
Tornado – Gravity
Aura – Polyester Bride/ Zephyk
Magic – Heartless
Illusion – Virgin
Oz – Maui Wowie
South – S & M
The eyeliner in this set matches pretty well with the purple 24/7 Riot eyeliner, but unfortunately I can’t seem to find a match for the lipstick which comes with it.
That’s what I thought of the Glinda Oz Palette – I found it so good!
Do you have this palette? What do you think of it?