Urban Decay’s New Palette Is Rainbow, Dreamy Colorful Goodness

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Urban Decay’s New Palette Is Rainbow, Dreamy Colorful Goodness

Just when we thought Urban Decay had already given us everything we've ever wanted, this new fluorescent eyeshadow palette came along. Take all of our money!

Somewhere over the rainbow, the makeup mavericks at Urban Decay created a new, colorful eye shadow palette for all of us mere mortals to enjoy.

Dubbed the Full Spectrum Palette, this eye shadow guru's Mecca boasts 18 never-before-seen shades, ranging from bright hues to matte colors almost too pretty to wear (almost).

All 21 eye shadows are incredibly pigmented and feature every ROYGBIV color imaginable. UD is also bringing back a few cult classics your eye makeup entourage may be lacking!

There's a huge range here–you could rock a silver smoky eye one day, and create a neon cat eye the next. So if you're a bit color shy when it comes to makeup, this might be your chance to break out of your boring eye shadow routine.

Well, we can't use this fluorescent beauty lover's dream quite yet, but we know enough about this brand spanking new palette to start scraping together loose change and prepping our abused plastic.


Sneak peek of what's to come…say hello to Full Spectrum —21 shades (18 are new!) from bold brights to matte white. #ColorUnleashed #UrbanDecay

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Excuse us while we pick up our dropped jaws over here.

Urban Decay's unexpected announcement comes just weeks after the release of their Ultimate Basics Eye Shadow Palette, which sent the beauty world into a huge frenzy.

While none of these new shades are neutral enough to join the ranks of the celebrated Naked Palette arsenal, Full Spectrum could easily be the Moondust Palette's twin sister.

Full Spectrum will officially hit Sephora's shelves on October 26–which means you have almost an entire month to save up your precious pennies.

If this isn't the perfect reason to buy new makeup for Halloween, we don't know what is.