Urban Decay Cosmetics for Gwen Stefani Eyeshadow Palette Swatches, Thoughts, Unboxing

Hi everyone! I unboxed the Urban Decay X Gwen Stefani eyeshadow palette a few days ago – you can click  here to check that out. Otherwise, we have some swatches, first impressions, and a simple full look shortly!

here is the full capture of the palette


top row under direct sunlight
middle row under direct sunlight

third and last row under direct sunlight
In this capture I used Blonde to highlight, Stark as a transition shade, Punk was initially at the outer V and I ended up blending the entire lid with Steady. I carried Punk to the outer lower lash line and Steady to the inner lower lash line. These two colors work well together in my opinion.


I think that all of the eyeshadows blend really well. They feel butter-soft to touch and when blended I think they distribute fairly. I look forward to using the blue (Danger) eyeshadow and Gold (1987) eyeshadow on their own for festive looks.

I do not own any of the Naked palettes, except for Smoky. I have read comments in regards to some of the shadows appearing similar to other Naked palettes in terms of fair to nude shades. If that is the case, this is a win situation for me since I do not have those other palettes.

Pop, Harajuku, and Danger contain medium to large specs of glitter.

Blonde, Bathwater, Steady, Baby, and 1987 have a pearlescent sheen in them and when blended with a matte color – it creates color dimension that play beautifully together, I think.

Punk, Anaheim, Stark, Zone, Serious, and Blackout are matte eyeshadows. The three shades right in the center of the palette make for fantastic transition shades as they are not too overpowering on my skin tone.

I am on day three with this palette and continue to eyeball and play with it. This is another product happily added into my makeup museum.



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