Urban Decay Disco Queen Collection with Swatches on Deep Skin
I received this psychedelic duo the other day courtesy of Urban Decay and thought I'd share them with you all! The new Disco Queen Collection includes the Disco Queen Holographic Highlight Powder and Disco Stick which I think will pair perfect with the Distortion Palette (now on sale). At first, I thought they were the same shade but in two different formulas, but there is a total difference in color and formula. Here are the details:
Disco Queen Holographic Highlight Powder
I love that this is a little different that what I typically receive for highlight powders. I'm so used to gold, champagne and rose shades. However, this powder is an iridescent lavender with blue holographic shift. When I swatched it (see below), I could tell that it's super lightweight yet buildable -- it's also pretty velvety in texture so it's easy to work with and blend out.
Holographic Disco Stick
This kind of reminds me of the Confetti Match Stix that I purchased from Fenty Beauty a few months ago, but I feel like this one is just a bit easier to work with in terms of application and blending. Holographic Disco Stick is holographic (obvi) with a pink-blue shift. When I swatched this one, I noticed how lightweight it applied and that it was very simple to glide on. Supposedly, it doesn't interfere with complexion makeup because of the silky texture and weight, but I haven't had a chance to test that out. I appreciate that it is flat for application -- it makes things less streaky. The Disco Stick can also be blended out to a softer glow, if desired, and applied in other areas of the face (brow bone, nose, cupid's bow, chin, etc.) to highlight.
Take a closer look at the collection:
Will you be getting lit with the Disco Queen Collection?
I received these products compliments of Urban Decay for editorial and review purposes. All opinions and thoughts are my own.