The latest Urban Decay collaboration has been revealed, and it’s the Urban Decay x Marvel Eternals Collaboration. We saw Urban Decay launch a Prince collaboration back in May, and it was massively popular, so I hope this new collab with Marvel will be equally popular for you.
The Marvel Eternals movie is going to be launching on the 5th of November, and this special licensed collaboration has been created to celebrate the upcoming movie launch, as the latest Marvel movie.
This Urban Decay x Marvel Eternals Collaboration is set to launch on the 1st of October, and it’s going to be a super popular collaboration with Marvel fans, as the packaging designs really do look amazing.
What Are The Eternals? According to Cnet; “They’re the next superpowered group to join the MCU. Marvel Studios has assembled an incredible cast — including Angelina Jolie, Kit Harington and— to fill out the team.”
Following the events of the, an unexpected tragedy forces them out of the shadows to reunite against mankind’s most ancient enemy; The Deviants. So it’s exciting to see another licensed collaboration, and a Marvel collection at that.
I used to love the Urban Decay Book of Shadows Palettes, and I’m gutted they no longer do them, so I like the retro vibes of this palette and the presentation is just amazing.
The lid of the palette lifts, to reveal a navy and gold pop-up design with the “Inspire greatness across the universe” quote under the lid. The 3D pop-up design is so cool, and I love how the beauty world and the sci-fi world have combined to create this collection.
Inside the Urban Decay x Marvel Eternals Collaboration Eyeshadow Palette, there are the following shades;
- Cosmic Blast
- Family Is Eternal
- Immoratal Warrior
- In The Shadows
- Grain Of Sand
- Sonic Boom
Inside this palette, there are fifteen powder shadows, with names themed around characters and things within the movie.
In terms of colour stories, it’s mostly a warm-toned palette, with two rows of warm toned shades, and one row of cooler tones. It is mostly neutral, but there’s pops of colour with a lilac, green and navy too.
Next up, in the Urban Decay x Marvel Eternals Collaboration are four shades of lipstick. They appear to be twist-up lipsticks in black casing, with gold accents.
The shades include a pink, red, purple and gold. We don’t know the shade names of the lipsticks, but they look like they’re the Urban Decay Moondust Lipsticks, as the packaging is identical, so except them to be sparkly.
- Cuneirune – a rich bronze with micro-shimmer
- Unimind – a rich gold with copper and gold micro-shimmer
These two powder highlighters are packaged within triangular, cardboard compacts, with a single pan of the highlighter. I have a feeling people won’t love the triangle packaging, but it complements the elements within the movie, so it does make sense.
They’re both deep-skin friendly shades, with Unimind being a bold gold shade, and Cuneirune is a deep bronze. They could both be used as eyeshadows, if they’re too deep for your skintone as a highlighter.
There’s also the Urban Decay x Marvel Eternals Collaboration Glitter Gels, which are in clear plastic tubes, and are designed to be used both on the face and on the body.
Urban Decay have dabbled in the body glitters, and they never do that well, so I feel like they don’t belong in this collection, and glitter liners would’ve been a better match, but there’s a gold glitter gel and also a silver glitter gel too.
One of my favourite Urban Decay products are their eyeliner pencils, and this collection includes the Urban Decay x Marvel Eternals Collaboration 24/7 Glide-On Waterproof Eyeliner Pencils, with four beautiful shades, and they’re $22 each.
You have the following four shades to choose from;
- Cosmic Mission – a smoky purple with violet and fuchsia micro-sparkle
- Cosmic Energy – a gold shimmer with gold micro-sparkle
- Cosmic Speed – a deep black with glitter finish
- Cosmic Eternal – a blue shimmer with blue and purple micro-sparkle
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