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Urban Decay’s new pink Backtalk palette is coming

Helen Champion 2 March 2018 NEWS

The beauty brand will launch its exclusive all-in-one eye and face kit in Sephora stores next week.

You may well have seen or heard the buzz around this product but the wait is nearly over. Urban Decay’s brand new Backtalk palette will hit shelves at Sephora next week.

So what’s all the hype about?

The edgy beauty brand has gone and created an absolute belter for us. Combining 12 eyeshadows and coordinating shades of highlighter and blush in one oh-so-pretty-in-pink package, the new monochromatic all-in-one will have you sorted for spring.

If you think this new product reminds you of something else from the brand’s range, you’re right. The company has taken inspiration for this marvelous eye and face kit from Backtalk, its best-selling shade of Vice lipstick – a warm mauve pink.

There are eight eyeshadows to choose from in both matte and metallic finishes – from 3 Sheets, the pale pink nude matte to 180, the metallic brown red. Just try to find one person who doesn’t love Curve, the metallic rose shimmer with silver micro glitter. Swoon.

On the other side of the palette, customers get to choose between four smart blush and highlighter combos in Cheap Shot, Double Take, Low Key and Party Foul.

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The sleek palette, which also comes with a handy removable mirror, is designed to be flattering on every skin tone out there. What’s not to love, right? The Backtalk palette will be available exclusively online from March 7 and in Sephora stores from March 8, 2018. Elbows at the ready!

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