Fresh info about Urban Decay new products for fall 2010 are keep coming and since I’ve got a lot of photos I will post a few articles with all the goodies that are already available.
You know I’ve been posting about Naked Palette, Vegan Palette and Lip Junkie Lip Gloss but these are not all the items included in UD makeup collection for fall 2010.
Urban Decay’s Good Karma Brushes are high performance, artist-quality, cruelty free, vegan, and eco-friendly! Each brush come encased in a magnetic box fashioned out of recycled egg cartons, and embossed with the Urban Decay logo in purple foil. The super-soft synthetic brush hair (doesn’t hold on to stinky bacteria the way porous animal hair does…gross) is made from recycled PET bottles, and the sleek gunmetal brush handles are recycled aluminum. Tell your Birkenstock wearing, granola eating, non-carbon footprint leaving boyfriend to put that in his pipe and smoke it!
Finally, a brush line with actual names rather than numbers tells you which brush to use for what/where! Whether you are a make-up novice or junkie, there is a Good Karma Brush to suit any and every beauty need. Scoop up each one, and feel good any time you make a withdrawal from your karma account.
Urban Decay Good Karma Brushes (SRP $ 20.00 – 39.00) are available at Macy’s and ULTA, or online at macys.com, ulta.com, beauty.com and urbandecay.com.
After the jump read the info for each brush and check out close-up photos.
Crease Brush – $ 26.00
The Crease brush has a round and tapered shape for contouring and blending. It’s perfect for getting right in the crease while softly feathering color out.
Shading Brush – $ 26.00
The Shading brush is a circular, angled brush, great for blending anywhere on the eye. It will make you a master at creating contours!
Smudger Brush – $ 26.00
The Smudger brush is cropped and dense, so it blends color with precision – perfect for creating smoky, smudgy, or layered eye looks.
Liner Brush – $ 24.00
The Liner brush has a flat, angled shape to easily create thin, thick or graduated lines with eyeshadow or cream liner. Tip: Wet the brush to turn any powder shadow into liquid eyeliner!
Multi-Tasker Brush – $ 24.00
The Multi-Tasker brush is a small and flat with a rounded tip that does it all! Apply shadow with precision, lay down concealer, smooth on lip color, or line your eyes.
Retractable Lip Brush – $ 20.00
The Retractable Lip brush is your perfect go-anywhere gadget. Get a smooth lip line with any lipstick or gloss, then close it up – no mess in your bag!
Finishing Brush – $ 39.00
The Finishing brush is light and airy. Use to blend out powders or to apply finishing powder. The wispy feel allows you to build color gradually, and is great for whisking away any eyeshadow fall-out.
Powder Brush – $ 36.00
The Powder brush is a big, fluffy brush that lays down a perfect application of loose or pressed powder.
Blush Brush – $ 32.00
The Blush brush has a soft angular shape. Use it to dust on blush for an all-over glow, or achieve well-angled precision where you need it.
Blending Brush – $ 26.00
The Blending brush is a large shadow brush with a fluffy spape that sweeps shadow across lids and blends out color.
Shadow Brush – $ 26.00
The Shadow brush is your ultimate eyeshadow too! Get an all-over sweep of color with the flat side of the brush, or use the fine, rounded tip for more precise shading. The multi-purpose brush picks up a little or a lot of shadow, and lets you layer, blend, shade and define.
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