Review: Urban Decay Oz – Theodora Palette

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The Theodora Palette is one of the two gorgeous limited edition palettes recently created by Urban Decay for the launch of Disney’s new movie, Oz The Great and Powerful.

I’ve broken my review on the Urban Decay Oz Palettes into three separate posts.

    1. Overview and Comparison of the 2 palettes- for those of you who have more self-control than I do and only want to pick up one.
    2. Theodora Palette: Review and Swatches (this is the one you are reading now)
    3. Glinda Palette: Review and Swatches

Details:
Eyeshadows
  • Broken is a  pale creamy beige with a satin finish. It is smooth in texture and applies evenly. It is not that pigmented but I am fine with that since I will be using it as a highlight color. I also thought it would be powdery when I swatched it. However, when used on the lid, it did not come off that way at all.
  • Beware is a medium warm brown with a matte finish. It is easy to blend and the color applies exactly the way it appears in the pan. Great pigmentation and buttery dense texture. This is a good neutral and would work well as a contour shade.
  • Bewitch is a dark charcoal brown with a slightly ruddy undertone and satin finish. The pigmentation is great and the buttery dense texture makes it easy to blend.
  • West is a rich chocolate brown with a burgundy undertone and metallic finish. The pigmentation is excellent and texture is soft but not too soft so that it blends easily.This is my favorite shade in this palette and works really well in the outer V area to amp up a look.
  • Spell is a duo pot with two shades in one. One side is a black satin w/green and gold shimmer.  and the other side is gold metallic w/tonal glitter. The gold metallic side is a rich metallic burnt yellow gold. There is less glitter than actually applies to the lid then I thought would be. Both shades have great color payoff, apply smoothly, and have a buttery texture.
  • Jealous is a duo pot with 2 shades in 1. One side is a mossy light green with a slightly frosted finish. The other side is very similar but a darker olive toned version. Both shades have good pigmentation, texture and are easy to blend and apply.
Eye Pencil
  • Zero is a natural black color in the award winning 24/7 pencil formula. It is not super jet black like perversion but is still a true black with a matte finish. Applies smoothly with no tugging and lasts for at least 8 hours with great pigmentation.
Lip Color
  • Theodora is a bright red creamy lipgloss pencil with a shiny finish and leans on the warmer side. I swatched this one in the store next to the shade F-Bomb and it is exactly the same color just renamed for this palette. Not many reds look good on me but I must say that I love this color. It looks great on my NC 30 complexion with yellow undertones and instantly glams up a look with minimal effort. It has great pigmentation with very little product and lasts for about 4 hours. I wish it was self sharpening and not the kind you have to physically use a sharpener on so that I didn’t feel like I was wasting so much of it.
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