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If you follow me on Instagram, you probably know how obsessed I am with the new movie, Oz: The Great and Powerful. So you know I was stoked when Urban Decay announced that in a collaboration with Disney, they were releasing two limited-edition palettes inspired by the movie.

In my opinion, it’s not hard to figure out which witch is which!

I’m reviewing the Theodora palette first because I purchased it first. The Glinda palette will be reviewed in the next post. The palettes are $49 each and can purchased at Urban Decay website, Sephora and Ulta stores and websites.

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The palette includes six eyeshadows that are exclusive only to this palette. Two of them are duo-shades which is something UD has never done before! The shadows are featured in the new UD palette which holds six shades which you are able to pop out and switch out other colors.

This can be described as a natural/neutral palette because of the earthy tones. This is also the reason why the palette will always be on trend. You can wear it everyday then, smoke it up for night.

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Starting from the left, the first shade is called Broken (satin) which is great as a browbone or inner tear duct shade. Beware (matte) is a great transition color. Bewitch (satin), West (satin), Spell (black with green glitter, shimmery olive), and Jealous (both shades are shimmers). These were applied over the UD Shadow Primer Potion.

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The palette also came with a half-sized 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil in Zero and a full-sized Super-Saturated High-Gloss Lip Color in Theodora (which looks similar to F-Bomb).

In the packaging, there is a Get the Look card that gives you tips to get Theodora’s look or you can just create your own!

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