Christmas with Urban Decay

20 Dec 2016

*Features press samples

There are just a few more days until Christmas and if you want to make sure you have all your gifts ready and wrapped to spread some Christmas cheer this Christmas, then my last minute Urban Decay Gift Guide will have you sorted in no time. From limited edition palettes to brand new products, Urban Decay is sure to steal the show this Christmas Day. Plus, I have all the information you need to ensure you snap up these gorgeous products with time for delivery before Christmas, perfect!

Urban Decay Vice Lipstick Palette Review

Urban Decay Full Spectrum Eyeshadow Palette Review
Urban Decay Liquid Moondust Cream Eyeshadow Review
Urban Decay Vice Vintage Lipstick Collection ReviewUrban Decay Naked Illuminated Trio Shimmering Powder for Face and Body Review
Urban Decay Junkie Vice Lipstick Palette Review

Urban Decay Liquid Moondust Cream Eyeshadow (£15)
A brand new product to the range and one to get excited about, the Liquid Moondust Cream Eyeshadows would make lovely stocking fillers or a fab main gift if you purchased a few (or all!) of the collection for that eyeshadow fanatic on your to-buy list. There's 6 shades in the collection, ranging from stardust purples to nudes and soft peaches, and a few more daring shades like electric blues and khakis. Each has an astonishing formula that gives you the perfect amount of colour, in a cream liquid formula that dries within seconds for incredibly long lasting makeup.

Urban Decay Vice Vintage Lipstick Collection (£15)
A new collection that features 9 original shades from the original Urban Decay lipstick line, each is limited edition and would make a lovely gift for any hardcore Urban Decay fans. The shades are all more daring than your slightly more everyday shades, with a few different hues of lavender purples, a couple of striking yet pale blues, a dark and vampy black and some deep golds. If you're into your berry shades, Bruise which has a sheer finish, is a gorgeous deep red that is perfect for Christmas. Each lipstick is presented in a classic Urban Decay bullet with a gold and silver theme.

Urban Decay Naked Illuminated Trio Shimmering Powder for Face and Body (£29)
We're covering face and body with the Naked Illuminated Palette, which features 3 shades alongside a dual-ended brush. The three shades are lovely and work well together, each beautiful and stand out, but can be applied subtly for a more natural look and likely to work with most complexions. The shades are Pyrite which is a gold-champagne, Oasis which is a marbled frosted taupe with a hint of pale pink and Twilight is an iridescent pink. It has a natural looking glow to it, a trio of partners great for all year round.

Urban Decay Junkie Vice Lipstick Palette (£31.50)
Another brand new product from Urban Decay, this limited edition Junkie palette features 12 shades from the iconic Vice Lipstick range which has been a huge hit over the past couple of years, particularly with its recent expansion to have a 100 shade range. The shades included in this stunning lipstick palette include my favourite Urban Decay red, 714, a gorgeous light nude named Safe Wood and a bold shimmering green, called Junkie no-less. Each shade is decent in size and each has been formulated to hydrate with a butter-based blend and the palette also includes a nifty lip brush which comes in a very nice twist-up pen format.

Urban Decay Full Spectrum Eyeshadow Palette (£43)
Urban Decay has released some pretty incredible and eye-catching palettes in 2016, but the new Full Spectrum Eyeshadow Palette definitely takes top prize as the boldest and daring of them all. Inside this 21-shade eyeshadow palette, you will find everything from brilliant whites to canary yellows, bright pinks and purples and subtle green mossy shades with a certain look of luxury about them. In comes in a fairly large compact palette with a very decent large mirror inside the lid and the Urban Decay logo embossed in bold brights on the lined outer lid. It really is the most unique shade selection I have seen in a palette this year.

With products available both in-store and online at,, and, you can ensure your order is here in time to be wrapped and gifted for the big day.

Debenhams are offering free standard delivery on orders made by midnight December 20th, with free click and collect in time for Christmas on orders made by 9pm on December 23rd. FeelUnique are offering tracked delivery for orders made by midday on December 22nd, premium next day DHL delivery for orders placed by midday December 22nd and click 'n' collect delivery for orders placed by 5pm on December 20th with the last orders for standard delivery in time for Christmas Eve to be made by midday on December 21st. John Lewis are offering deliveries in time for Christmas with free standard delivery on orders placed by 7pm on December 20th, and free click and collect on orders over £30. If you're ordering from House of Fraser then you can order until 9pm on December 23rd for free buy and collect next day. Selfridges are offering nominated/next day delivery for delivery on December 23rd, for orders placed by 6pm on December 22nd, with free click and collect on Christmas Eve, for orders placed by 2pm on December 23rd. Christmas sorted!

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  1. I want all the palettes, they're so stunning!

    Creepers & Cupcakes

    1. Aren't they just? Urban Decay create the best palettes! xo