Challenge Week – Urban Decay “Born To Run”

Ever since it hit stores, whenever I would find myself in a Shoppers Drug Mart Beauty Boutique or an Ulta, I would make my way over to the Urban Decay section, so I could swatch this palette and try to convince myself to buy it.

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So you can imagine how over the moon I was when I was given the palette to take home when I visited the Shoppers Drug Mart Beauty Boutique TIFF lounge. Time for a challenge week!

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For consistency, in all five looks I used MAC Nylon as a browbone highlight, Stila Stay All Day Waterproof Micro Tip Liquid Liner and Lise Watier V Element Mascara in Volcanic Black. Pay no mind to the cameo by my new hair mid-week.

Monday

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Shades used: Riff, Stranded, Guilt Trip

Lips: Charlotte Tilbury in Secret Salma

 

Tuesday

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Shades used: Punk, Still Shot, Ignite

Lips: Maybelline The Bolds in Ragin’ Raisin

 

Wednesday

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Shades used: Baja, Breakaway, Hell Ride

Lips: NYX Soft Matte Lip Cream in Prague

 

Thursday

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Shades used: Riff, Big Sky, Drift

Lips: Revlon  in Toast of New York

 

Friday

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Shades used: Baja, Punk, Smog

Lips: Rouge Dior in Ambitious Matte

 

Usually, after I finish a challenge week I’m happy to put the palette away for a little while, but not with this one. I still want to explore it and see what new looks I can come up with. I really hope Urban Decay comes out with more palettes like Born To Run.

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