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This is a gorgeous palette and has every colour you would ever need. I purchased this because I wanted 1 palette that had every bold colour in it so that I could incorporate them into looks without having to buy individual shadows. MOST of the shadows were a very nice formula e.g the yellow, the blues and the pinks were especially nice and extremely pigmented. However the red colour and a couple of others were incredibly disappointing – there was absolutely zero pigment in them! Luckily reds are fairly easy to find shades (e.g. Kylie cosmetics burgundy palette or abh modern renaissance)
Focusing on the well formulated colours I would say that they have very good pigment and are fairly easy to blend. They tend to sheer out very easily so I have found that I have to pack it on with my finger to get pigment on my eye. I tried using a brush with fix + and even that didn’t make it as bold as I wanted. When you do use your finger though you can get excellent results and the shades are perfectly chosen so that you can create an ombré / smoky eye. I did this the other day with the blue column (see photo).
Overall I would say that if you want a good basic colour palette to add to your collection this is very good for beginners. If you know that you’re only going to use a couple of the shades however I would be careful to make sure that the ones you really want to use and badly formulated. This is quite a pricey palette and I bought it with my Christmas money last year and have used it a lot since – especially for experimenting with colour or adding a pop to the my lower lash line.
I noticed that when I wore a blue eye all day using the palette it did fade a little and become less vibrant during the day but was definitely still blue. When using the shadows I found that the colour was more bold and vibrant when I put it on top of concealer for example with a cut crease or yoiu could probably use an eye primer for the same effect.
I’m in love with this palette. I bought it without looking up any reviews.. I was afraid after reading reviews on here.. But after swatching the colors myself with a brush, I was completely sold on the palette. The color pay off on the colors are AMAZING and they are all gorgeous. Only two colors are chalky but that really isn’t that big of a turn off for me!
Over all, I’m so glad I got this palette!
This palette sucks. The colours aren’t pigmented. The formula is chalky and difficult to blend. Every time I use this palette my eyes break out in a dry itchy rash because of the amount of blending I have to do and the general dryness of the formula. The only reason I’m not giving this one star is because the colour selection is good and can be used alongside other eyeshadows (I’ll add some of the red shades into eye looks I do with my ABH Modern Renaissance palette). This is fine as a palette to stuff into the back of your collection and whip out when you need a specific colour (they can mix to create other colours), but that’s about it.
Let me just start by saying that, besides the Metal/Matte pallet, this was my most anticipated holiday release. I planned on decluttering all of my Coastal Scents pallets to justify purchasing this pallet. I have had this pallet for two weeks.
Let me start with something positive, I love the packaging. It is very sturdy and has a huge mirror. I wish my 15th Anniversary was in packaging like this or the BOS.
I was hoping this would be the same FORMULATION as the Electric pallet but unfortunately it is definitely formulated like the Spectrum and 15th Anniversary pallets. I really don’t feel like I have received or there are “bad” pallets. This seems pretty true to many of the UD pallets I have. I think it comes down to the eyes of youth and less experience that would love this. Formulation wise, I am finding the older I get the less I am likely to find a limited release UD pallet that works with my eyes. For reference, I have oily hooded lids. If you cannot relate to aging lids this pallet might perform well for you for now but one day you will understand 😉
I have done arm SWATCHES that are pictured above (long arm with inside light on the left and sunlight on the right). The swatches actually don’t look back on the arm but take in consideration the difference between the swatches and the colours in the pan. The swatches were applied to the arm over the Milani primer because it is the most similar primer to the UD in my collection. The sides were taped off and there were two applications of shadow in each picture (meaning I grabbed shadow twice). Generally speaking I quite aggressively grabbed shadow from the pallet and applied the shadow to my arm in the same manor because the first swatches were generally barely visible. Personally, I don’t like eyeshadows that I need to rub hard into my eyes and have to layer to get opaque colours or colours true to pan. A suggestion would be that Kat Von D, Makeup Forever, Natasha Denona and Anastasia Beverly Hills have the creamy formulation that should work best for everyone. For people with oily lids, the dryness but blendability of a Too Faced shadows in the tin pallets can actually work very well.
The GOOD… WARNING, HATTER and MEAN applied well. They stayed true to colour and applied easily with one pass through the shadow. If the rest of the pallet worked like these shadows it would be HG.
The BAD… ALCHEMY, GOSSIP and PARANOIA were the reasons I wanted this the most but they needed a lot of work to get an opaque colour and the shades sheen makes them look terrible on aging eyes. SEIZE is alright but it needs help. GOLDMINE and ICED are patchy, they work best as a pop of glitter.
The UGLY… HUNDRED is such a let down, as it took so much pressure and changed colours to a shimmery grey once applied. DELIRIOUS, SKETCH and FADED applied sheer and became muddy when they were built up. SKETCH and FADED were glitter bombs. CALAVERA applies sheer and looks like urine. MINX is powdery and becomes a dull sad colour when applied. BUMP is invisible and becomes a ghostly colour when really, really built up. MINX is the most powdery and traveled all over my arm while swatching.
BOTTOM LINE: I will pass. I knew this would end up sitting with the VICE pallets unused in the back of my drawers the minute I started to work with it.
I’m assuming some people got bad ones or something because mine is on point! I really don’t understand the hate.. I was actually preparing myself to be disappointed after reading some reviews, but I’m so glad that I was not.
I feel like everything in the middle row, aside from Iced, was very pigmented and beautiful. Minx, Delirious and Jones were the only ones that took a little building but still came out lovely. Hatter, Calavera, Blindsided, Hundred, Warning, Mean, Gossip and Paranoia all made me saw WOW out loud when I first tried them!
Iced was the only one I could possibly be disappointed in. It is very sheer, but you can still build it. I”ll probably use it as a highlighter shade. Personally, that was the shade I was least excited about anyways. I don’t every really use/want a super pigmented silver.
Overall I am very impressed with this palette. The packaging is beautiful, sturdy and has a lovely big mirror. I would feel safe carrying this one with me. The price point is fairly standard for a limited edition UD palette as well.
Again, I love it and don’t see how anyone could not. You can do so much with all the different colors and textures! Obviously, please use it with primer. I’m very happy they did this. It’s so refreshing to get a gem like this after drowning in all that naked stuff.
UPDATE: So, according to UD, some people who participated in the early purchase option
ended up being sent the wrong product, one that was before final production. UD sent me a replacement product and it is better. The shades that were sheer and patchy are now less sheer and not patchy. They are also buildable, unlike before. I am not yet upgrading my score because I have not worked with the new palette yet, but I will. If you participated in the early purchase and you find many shades unusable, try contacting UD. They sent me the new one without me requesting, but I also had complained.
This palette is Limited Edition
Price: The price at this time is $55USD for Net Wt 21×0.04oz of product and one dual ended brush.
The price is about average for UD.
Packaging: The packaging is black plastic with a full mirror. It is part shiny part matte with rainbow jeweled UD and the raised words FULL SPECTRUM on it, also rainbow. The design on the top is raised shiny lines over matte flat. It opens on a hinge with the closure being magnetized with a notch on the bottom half to aid in opening.
I like the packaging appearance, it’s a little awkward to open but not a dealbreaker.
Brush: The brush is okay. It is black and has Full Spectrum written on it in a rainbow effect.
It is pretty typical for a UD palette brush if you have any of their other palettes you know what that means. Both sides are synthetic hairs with one size being fluffy for blending and the other is shorter and flatter but still a little fluffy. It is usable for most people but it isn’t anything special.
Overall: I think UD really dropped the ball on this one. For those, like me, who really loved the original Spectrum palette, this isn’t the same quality. This is much more like the Alice through the looking glass palette with some shades being okay but many being patchy, dusty and sheer.
Shades I would Grade A: Warning, Hatter,
Shades I would Grade B: Alchemy, Blindsided, Jones, Faded
Shades I would Grade C: Hundred, Platonic, Gossip. Seize, Calavera, Iced, Paranoia, Mean
Shades I would Grade D: Minx, Goldmine, Faded
Shades I would Grade F: Delirious, Sketch, Midnight Blaze, Metamorphosis,
A shades work well with applied with brush or finger, B shades work better with finger then brush. C shades work well layered,-usually better with finger but maybe brush. D shades are patchy applied with finger and also brush but maybe could be built up with a lot of priming underneath. F shades are failures. They probably can be used in some way but they are very bad.
If you want to put in a lot of effort with many of the shades, such as using Nyx jumbo pencils and primers you may like this palette. Personally, I will probably be returning it. I have a lot of better quality shadows that are easier to work with. I wouldn’t feel comfortable recommending this palette to anyone.
It would take too much space to add ingredients but I did add them to the item so you can click where it says ingredients, also at this time the ingredients are listed on the UD site.