Did you get a chance to snatch up the two limited edition Urban Decay Nail Colors? Don't worry, they are still very available and if you haven't grabbed Zodiac and Blackheart yet... well, you need to get on that.
What Sephora says about Urban Decay Nail Color:
What it is:
An ultrasophisticated nail color featuring super-rich pigments and dynamic microsparkle.
What it does:
It’s what you’ve been waiting for: Nail Color from Urban Decay. Wende, Urban Decay’s cofounder, and her team have handpicked amazing limited-edition shades. Get them while you can—because once they’re gone, they’re gone for good. Urban Decay’s long-wearing, chip-resistant formula has a high-gloss finish that’s tough and durable, yet flexible. Each shade is three-free: formulated without toluene, formaldehyde, or DBP. The high-performance, 400-strand brush picks up more product than other brushes, grabbing on to color to give you a clean, even application of polish. Sturdy yet precise, it even makes painting the outer corners of your nails easy.
What it is formulated WITHOUT:
What else you need to know:
Each full-size bottle features a custom-designed cap topped with a skull (complete with roses for the eyes).
Zodiac is a deep moss green loaded up with green shimmer and then sprinkled with gold and blue. This shade is so dynamic! The first photo is taken with flash, the second without. Two coats.
Blackheart in the light looks like it has a smoky eggplant base with gold, fuchsia and copper shimmer. In the shade the shimmer flattens and makes it appear almost like a purple and khaki green duochrome. This looks so different with the flash as opposed to without the flash so I did pics of both and close-ups of both. Two coats.
Both shades have an easy to work with formula and, IMO, are must-haves... and that's not just because the packaging is TDF. (Skull caps with rose eye balls?! How can you resist?!) What do you think of these shades from Urban Decay?