This Urban Decay Palette's Chic Colors are Inspired by Oil Slicks

By: Misel Saban - Sep 3, 2015
References: pages.mail.urbandecay & refinery29
Taking inspiration from harmful environmental issues, the new Urban Decay palette Vice offers an array of prismatic hues inspired by the colors you'd see in an oil slick. The palette offers makeup enthusiasts 20 new shades complete with matte and sheeny finishes to create a variety of looks.

While oil spills aren't good for the environment they do create a memorizing rainbow effect filled with technicolor hues from bright pink to dark blue. The Vice palette encapsulates these bold and bright colors in 20 jewel tone shades. While this palette includes colors that are dark and vampy such as deep blues, purples and dark greys it also has more natural shades such as taupe, brown and cream. The palette features sleek black packaging with a geometric cover that encapsulates all of the bold rainbow tones.