Your first look at the new Urban Decay Sin Afterglow Palette

Alexandra Hourigan 15 March 2018 NEWS

Get ready to glow so bright that it should be a sin with Urban Decay's new face palette.

Urban Decay have been busy bees working hard in the makeup industry. I mean, only last month did they launch the Naked Heat Petite Palette that the beauty world has been loving at the moment.

Well now, the brand is back with another new product that's about to drop and you better know you're going to love it. If you were a fan of the original Urban Decay Afterglow palette, then you're most definitely in for a treat! The beauty brand is about to drop the new and improved afterglow palette, but it's got a cheeky twist to it. It's called the Urban Decay Sin Afterglow palette because it's definitely a sin to glow this good.

The palette consists of both blush and highlighting shades because Urban Decay has got all the bases covered. There are six shimmering shades for you to play around with and the shade names are even better. They include Kiss Off (a vibrant pink blush), Score (a coral blush/highlighter), Paranoid (a warm brown highlighter), PSA (a bronze highlighter), Spotlight (an apricot/bronze highlighter) and lastly, Sin (a golden champagne highlighter).

The part that's most exciting about this palette is that it claims to be an 8-hour long lasting product. That means you're not going to need to top up your blush or highlighter for a very long time. We can get around that. The lightweight formula means that the shades can be worn on their own or mixed together to create your own preferred effects.

If the name of this palette sounds a little familiar, that's because Urban Decay already has a single highlighter dedicated to that name. However, in the true nature of makeup and growth, Urban Decay built an entire palette inspired by that highlighter.

When and where can you buy it?

A launch date isn't yet released but you'll be able to purchase this in Australia from MECCA or THE ICONIC as they are official stockists of Urban Decay.

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