21 JAN 2013 12:43 MAKEUP0 COMMENTS AND 0 REACTIONS

NOW IN – New Urban Decay Oz Palette

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We’re pleased to announce that Urban Decay the two insanely gorgeous limited edition palettes to tie in with the release of Disney Oz, The Great and the Powerful are now available to buy exclusively at Debenhams.com ahead of the film release.

Inspired by the film’s Good Witch v’s Bad Witch theme, the two collectable palettes are loaded with beautiful never-seen-before shades with a step-by-step guide to re-creating the looks.

If you fancy yourself as a good witch who is played by Michelle Williams then the Glinda Palette is for you and features:

TORNADO– vibrant deep purple shimmer
AURA – 2 shades in 1: iridescent white with blue shift/iridescent white with red shift MAGIC – pinkish purple with a golden shimmer
ILLUSION – pale peach satin
OZ – 2 shades in 1: gold with gold glitter/silver with silver glitter
SOUTH – warm pale gray shimmer with silver micro-glitter

Also includes super-saturated high Gloss Lip Color in Glinda (light sheer nude) and a travel-size 24/7 Glide-On eye Pencil in a deep eggplant hue.

If you’re more of a bad witch then re-create Mila Kulnis’ look with the Theodora Palette that includes:

BORKEN – pale cream satin
BEWARE – warm brown matte
BEWITCH – dark charcoal brown satin
WEST – deep metallic brown shimmer
SPELL – 2 shades in 1: black satin with green and gold shimmer/gold metallic with tonal GLITTER JEALOUS – 2 shades in 1: pale green pearl/dark green pearl

Also includes super-saturated high Gloss Lip Color in theodora (bright red cream) and a travel-size 24/7 Glide-On eye Pencil in black.

Personally, I recommend getting both because some days you’re good and other days you can be very very bad…

The Limited Edition OZ Palettes are now available to buy exclusively at Debenhams.com

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  • Jen Ireland

    I can hardly wait for these palettes. I hope they’ll be available in Ireland at the same time they’ll be released in the UK. But I’m a bit concerned that there is no 29th February in 2013?