The Urban Decay Backtalk Palette retails for $46. This is an eye and face palette with eight eyeshadows, two blushes, and two highlight shades. The packaging is super unique in that the mirror is magnetized in the middle of the palette and can easily be removed. This is a nice feature as it makes using the mirror for makeup application simple, easy, and you don't have to hold up the whole palette to see yourself in the mirror.
I love Urban Decay eyeshadows and this palette is no different. These shades are pigmented and blendable. Having said that I'm a little underwhelmed because Urban Decay stepped up the game with the Kristen Leanne Kaleidoscope Palette. That palette holds some of my most favorite shadows of all time. They feel amazing and blend like a dream, no joke. Also for me Shade and Attitude come out to look the same on the lid. Same with Backtalk and WTF. This is a monochromatic palette so keep that in mind.
These face powders are spot on. Soft, blendable, pigmented, and love the shades. Cheap shot has more shine while Double Take has more of a satin finish. Party Foul is my favorite of the two highlight shades. Low Key would be beautiful on medium skin tones, I myself am extremely fair.
I love the looks I've created with this collection. To see a tutorial on the look above click the video like at the bottom of this post. Thank you for reading.