Urban Decay Full Spectrum Palette- with swatches & looks

Hi guys,

I have been dying to write this post since I first bought the palette, and I just cannot wait to tell you allll about it!

I have included looooads of pics of the it just for you all to gaze at dreamily, plus some swatches and also some looks that can be created with the palette.

Firstly this is the most dreamy and colourful palette on the market right now, with soooo much potential for some amazing eye looks – the list is literally endless with the amount of different styles you can go for with the huge range of colours.

I have heard a lot of people saying that they would never use this palette with it being so vibrant and mixed in colour, which is fair enough for people who prefer their nude tones, as this is a big step up from that.

The Full Spectrum palette is definitely to be used on a night to get glammed up, and brighten up the face. I have created some looks using the purple, pink and orange tones which are very glam and perfect for a night out!

For me, the prettiest part of the palette is the purples and pinks, as my favourite everrrrr eye look is purple shades, so that screams out soo much potential! There is without a doubt something for everyone in the palette, however for ยฃ43, you definitely have to fall right in love with it before you buy!


I was sceptical about this palette, as previous Urban Decay products such as the Naked palettes have been quite hard to blend, however this palette is totally different, and is fab when it comes to blending out each colour, which is essential when creating a look that will draw a lot of attention.


  • Brilliant choice of colour
  • Heavily pigmented shades
  • Double-sided brush included
  • Super blendable


  • Some colours may not be used
  • Some very similar colours
  • Small sizes for each shade




12 thoughts on “Urban Decay Full Spectrum Palette- with swatches & looks

  1. Really liked reading this! I’ve been sceptical on buying this palette because of the shades and I do prefer my nudes, but I do own the Through The Looking Glass palette by UD and some of the shades in there feature in this palette, but I have used them! The pigment looks amazing on your swatches – good post, lovely.

    – Chloe

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