Makeup is one of the most essential beauty must-have for every woman. We all have an array of mascaras, eye shadows and lipsticks that change from season to season and according to our moods, but do they deliver what they promise? Miami, as the hot and humid place that we all love, is the perfect scenario to test out the resistance of any beauty product.
That is why Urban Decay decided to launch their new Electric Palette at new hot spot Touche Rooftop Lounge in Downtown, and showcase how these shades can endure even our warmest weather, and fit in with our vibrant city. Latin Beat joined them, alongside celebrity makeup artist Mariela Bagnato, in a demonstration of color and creative beauty looks.
Whether you might be a makeup junkie or simply an aficionado, chances are that you have heard or used the Naked Palette by Urban Decay. This product has successfully managed to turn into a cult favorite among celebrities, beauty experts and makeup artists. This eye shadow set sold out so many times, that the company had to release the Naked 2 and Naked 3 versions, in order to please the consumers. The Naked Palettes consist of earthy and natural tones that give a subtle glow to the skin, bring out any eye color, and have strong pigments that make them long lasting.
Not satisfied with creating an award winning product, Urban Decay, has now released their new Electric Pressed Pigments Palette. This colorful and bold set, made of 10 new colors, promise to become a must-have on everyone’s vanity. The shades are made of pressed pigments, which make them heavily saturated with color, while keeping a smooth and velvety application.The brand made sure the formula was consistent and vibrant without turning chalky. The soft and creamy texture is perfect for those who want to brighten up their makeup routine.
The shades are easily blendable and so rich that they can even be used as face paint or hair chalk. Here is an expert tip from Latin Beat for bold strands: First, damp the desired piece of hair and spray a little bit of hairspray; then, proceed to apply the colors with the brush, and seal them with finishing spray. This is fun and quick trick to update a braid, or create a tattoo.