Urban Decay Electric Pressed Pigment Palette Review

Urban Decay Electric Pressed Pigment Palette

Hi Beauties !!

How are you all? How is summer treating you? Today’s review is about something which I am really excited to share. My brother went on a trip to US and such a gentleman and lovely bro he is, bought me 3 Urban decay products as a gift. Urban Decay primer potion, Naked 3 palette and Electric pressed pigment palette. All three products are to die for.

Urban Decay Electric Pressed PigmentPalette

While primer potion and naked 3 have already been reviewed, I will be reviewing my third gift, this palette, made for those lovely girls who love Loud and Bright eyeshades.

What Urban Decay says: It’s the ultimate fix for colour addicts: ten of the brightest, most amazing shades you’ve ever laid eyes on, plus a double-ended brush.

Chaos-inducing colour—in ten VELVETY shades. Inspired by Chaos (a brilliant matte blue from The Vice Palette), we created the ultimate fix for colour addicts—packed with ten of the brightest, most amazing shades you’ve ever laid eyes on, plus a double-ended brush. In addition to Chaos (yes, it’s back!), this palette marks the return of Revolt (a silver standout from our Anarchy Face Case). All the other shades are NEW!

Urban Decay Electric PressedPigmentPalette

Price: 49$ for 10*1.2g/0.04oz


The palette has 10 uhh-mazing bright colours with a mix of shimmery and non-shimmery shades. It also contains a double-ended brush. No primer potion sample is present inside this palette.

Urban Decay Electric Pressed Pigment Palette

Let me define the shades one by one:

1. Revolt: It’s a shimmery silver colour.
2. Gonzo: It’s a turquoise blue shade with little shimmer.
3. Slowburn: Bright orange with no shimmers.
4. Savage: Deep hot pink with no shimmers
5 Fringe: Deep teal colour with no shimmers.
6. Chaos: Bright deep blue
7. Jilted: Bright mauve
8. Urban: Deep bright violet
9. Freak: Bright green with mild shimmers
10. Thrash: Shimmery lime green. Although it looks a bit pale in the pictures, it gives a great golden lime green shimmery effect when applied with primer.

Urban Decay Electric PressedPigment Palette

Now summing up the pros and cons of this palette:

Pros of Urban Decay Electric Pressed Pigment Palette:

• Amazing shades to die for. Made for people who love to get LOUD with eyes!!!
• Staying power is way more than 12 hours. I took the swatches yesterday on my forearm and when I woke up today morning; the shades were still there except, revolt and thrash.
• Super creamy texture, very easy to apply and blends easily.
• All the colours would suit Indian skin tones. Colour payoff is superb with or without primer.
• Applicator is of very good quality. It’s the same os found in Naked 3 palette, with violet bristles.

UrbanDecay Electric Pressed Pigment Palette

Cons of Urban Decay Electric Pressed Pigment Palette:

• Availability in India is an issue
• Colour payoff of revolt and thrash is a bit less.
• No cons otherwise.

Urban Decay ElectricPressed Pigment Palette

IMBB Rating: 10 out of 5

I am having fun experimenting with this palette. If you are more of a neutral shades person, skip it. But if you love to get loud and play with colours, give it a try ladies… it’s an Urban Decay, you can’t miss it,right?


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15 thoughts on “Urban Decay Electric Pressed Pigment Palette Review

  1. Wow enjoy your gifts Sayani *drool* *drool* and this is such a pretty colorful palette , lovely review 🙂

  2. *thankyou* *thankyou* *thankyou* all…I am really enjoying the gifts.. went out yesterday with the chaos on my lids…it was an awesomeeee experience *happy dance* *happy dance* *happy dance* *happy dance*

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