Coming soon: Urban Decay’s Troublemaker eyeshadow palette

Stephanie Panecasio 19 October 2017 NEWS

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If troublemaker is your middle name, Urban Decay is introducing the perfect palette for you.

Do you fancy yourself a bit of a troublemaker? Have you already got your hands on Urban Decay's Troublemaker mascara? Well, it's time to take that look to the next level, because Urban Decay's Troublemaker eyeshadow palette is on its way!

The palette was unveiled this morning on the Urban Decay Instagram, as well as in a preview post by TrendMood. It will feature ten shades, of which appear to be six matte and four metallic formulas. Judging by the images, the shade names include: Bailout, Riot, 7&7, Relish, Knockout, Girl Crush, Bankroll, Afterhours and a split pan called Clash that has both black and white toned colours.

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The packaging is bold and purple in true Urban Decay fashion, and comes equipped with a large mirror in the top of the case for application on the go. While it doesn't have the holographic colouring of the original Troublemaker mascara tube, it's still very silvery and grey inside.

It also includes a quote from Jac Vanek, saying, "I want my eyelashes as black as my heart and as long as the list of people I want to punch in the face".

While there isn't an official release date yet, we're guessing it won't be long. Both posts use the hashtag #HereComesTrouble, and we're so ready for it! Plus, don't forget that the Urban Decay Heavy Metals palette is on its way too - so that's two for the wish list.

If you can't wait any longer, the main Urban Decay collection (including the Troublemaker mascara!) is available at MECCA and online at either StrawberryNET or the Urban Decay website (using a freight forwarding service like MyUS), so you can get your fill in the meantime.

Stay tuned for more details!

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