GRWM: Urban Decay Vice 4

Because I was aching to show you the Urban Decay Vice 4 palette in all its glorious action, I decided to cut to the chase and rather than give you a full review, I chose to make a Get Ready With Me video instead. Full reviews take some time and I first want to play around with the colors some more before I feel comfortable posting a review. But in the mean time I just cannot deprive you of the prettiness that is of course. So here it goes!

For this make up look I decided to use all colors except for on my brow bone. Since I don’t have the most space between my lid and brow, I feel that putting color that far up, only closes in my eyes. But the brow bone highlight is truly all that is neutral in this look. I decided to keep the video short and to the point, while not skipping any steps and giving a few short instructions along the way. This was only my second time using this palette, so I am taking you along on a journey of discovery as well as applying my make up.

I was very pleased with the overall look that I came up with. The shadows are super vibrant and I applied these over a primer, which I find works well for sticking down shadows, but not necessarily intensifies the color pay off. My goal was to show you that even with a buttload of color in a single look, you can pull it off on a regular day. I would wear this to work and I actually wore this look out running errands and going to an appointment at my gym. I like how the green and purple make a great combination that truly make my eyes pop.

Since the rest of the face is very neutral, I feel that the eyes truly are the stand out part of this look. The face combo of bronzer, contour, highlight and blush has been all I have been wearing these past few days. The way of application is pretty much identical to the current contour & highlight routine I posted last September. You can find a list of products below including links to any items I have already reviewed.

Products used:

NYX HD eyeshadow base
Soap & Glory Archery Brow Tint & Precision Shaping Pencil Love is Blonde
Maybelline Brow Drama Dark Blond
Chanel Vitalumiere Aqua foundation in Beige Rosé
NARS Radiant Creamy concealer in Custard
Make Up Studio Banana Loose powder
Too Faced Primed & Poreless Pressed Powder
Hourglass Ambient Lighting Powder in Radiant Light
Too Faced Milk Chocolate Soleil bronzer
The Balm Mary Lou-Manizer
Milani Rose blush in Tea Rose
Urban Decay Vice 4 eye shadow palette: Grasshopper, Underhand, Harlot, 1985, Discreet, Framed
Make Up Studio 4D False Lash Original mascara
Estee Lauder Pure Color Envy lipstick Impulsive

What do you think of this make up look?
Would you like me to do more GRWM videos?

4 responses to “GRWM: Urban Decay Vice 4”

  1. […] I also purchased the Urban Decay Vice 4 palette. I now own all 4 of them. I don’t own the Limited Edition one (the neon yellow version) but since that overlapped a lot with no 1 and 2, I didn’t see why I would need that. Not that I needed this, but it again has some stunning shades that I think are amazing. I created a look with it, which I filmed and went online last week. […]

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