The Urban Decay Electric Pressed Pigment Palette has become one of the most anticipated color palettes of 2014! No one expected a palette so bright and catchy that contradicts all three of Naked with its soothing colors. Therefore, having been born, many desired it, including myself!)
In Urban Decay Electric Pressed you will not see a single “peaceful” shade that is ready to appear at a candlelit dinner … Everything is so flashy that it requires louder music and less light!)
These are the colors that will teach you how to fantasize, combine and experiment.
Only 10 shades, among which you will not see the banal black or brown color.
- As a rule, the shades that are presented in this palette from other brands are very capricious.
For example, yellow does not give that saturation without a white crayon backing; blue loses color at the shading stage; pink and completely loses its attractiveness.
I did not see anything like this in the Urban Decay Electric Pressed palette. All colors are so pigmented that they do not require a backing, no additional layer, and do not even lose color when shading!
This is the first time I’ve come across such bright, but not capricious shades.
In this version I used 4 shades: Jilted, Urban, Revolt, Gonzo
The set comes with a brush that can be painted very well.
Here I only used 3 colors: Savage, Chaos, Jilted
Agree that the colors are impressive, and their saturation is surprising! Together they inspire.
I can’t say that you can use this palette every day. Think 10 times before buying it “for yourself” and not for the work of a makeup artist. After all, these are too bright and pigmented shades that take on too much, which is why your image must be thought out from start to finish. This is the only way you can “hang out” with the Urban Decay Electric Pressed Pigment Palette.