Urban Decay Vice 4 Palette Review, Swatches and Photos

It’s safe to say that I’m obsessed with Urban Decay palettes so when the Urban Decay Vice 4 palette went live on Urban Decay last week I ordered it right away.


I mean just look at it how could I not?


Vice4 is loaded with 20 gorgeous, never-before-seen eyeshadow shades.

It also comes with a double-ended brush and a coordinating bag.

And unlike most sequels, Vice4 will keep you hooked and coming back for more.



The shades include: Bones (oyster satin w/pearl), Grip (taupe matte w/iridescent micro-glitter), Deadbeat (black satin w/iridescent micro-glitter), Beat Down (deep metallic violet w/blue micro-glitter), Pandemonium (metallic plum w/iridescent micro-glitter), Framed (light neutral matte-satin), Fast-Ball (metallic peachy pink w/pink micro-glitter), 1985 (metallic fuchsia w/fuchsia micro-glitter), Underhand (burgundy-brown satin) Harlot (metallic lavender).


Discreet (soft dusty mauve matte), Grasshopper (metallic emerald w/green micro-glitter), C-Note (frosted green w/micro-glitter), Arctic (bright teal w/tonal sparkle), Robbery (deep metallic brown-gunmetal), Bitter (reddish brown matte), Flame (bright orange w/gold micro-glitter), Low (brown matte w/iridescent micro-glitter), Crowbar (black w/golden metallic pearl and micro-glitter) and Delete (deep chestnut brown matte-satin).

As you can see the shadows are highly pigmented and easy to use and blend.

I’m obsessed and I can’t believe that I’m not hearing more about the palette than I am.

The best Vice Palette so far in my opinion.

Highly recommend!

Vice 4 is available here for $60.00 or it launches at Sephora on the 25th.

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