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REVIEW: Urban Decay Moondust Diamond Dog eye shadow




I am not the greatest fan of glittery eye shadows because they can tend to look too full on & the chunks of glitter can fall down on to the cheeks, however I really liked the look of Urban Decay Moondust eye shadow in the shade Diamond Dog because the colour is a really nice deep brown and the glitter is very, very fine and iridescent.
This can be applied wet for a very intense look, but I prefer to wear it as a wash on the lid up to the crease and blended with a soft, fluffy brush. I have worn it both day & night - it wouldn't be my everyday day choice, but it is nice for a daytime date! I don't find that there is any falldown, but I wear some loose powder under my eyes when applying eye shadows and then remove it when I am finished, or else if I am doing a very smokey eye, I will apply my eye shadow before my base.

If you want a sophisticated glitter look, these eye shadows are for you. There are 11 shades in the range, so check them out here and find the best one for you. I also have my eye on Solstice!

Have you tried any from the range? What is your favourite sparkly eye shadow?

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3 comments

  1. Does it apply well with a brush? I've seen a lot of reviews lately on these shadows and I've got my eye on the duo chrome brown/green one :)

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  2. Yes, I use a MAC 239 to apply & 217 to blend, but you could apply just using your fingers too!

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  3. Urban Decay products always seem to impress me and this shade looks gorgeous. You'll have to let us know if you pick up Solstice too :) xx

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