Neutral champagne pink with some shimmer. It goes more pink on me but blends well with a neutral pallete. Has too much shimmer for me to use right under the brow but I like it in the center of my eyelid. It's soft and goes on well but on me, it's almost translucent and doesn't have much pigment. I often use it to lighten up other colors when they look too heavy for wherever I'm going that day. It's a pretty color and I'll probably buy it again.
I also de-potted it and it fits perfectly into my MAC palette. I was pretty happy about that!
A pleasant shimmery brown color. Excellent texture and dependability as with all Urban Decay eyeshadows. Might repurchase.
Sin and Sin UDPP are so pretty. I always keep thinking that it would be a brighter color that I could use in the inner highlight, but it doesn't brighten the way I want it to.
It's so pretty all over the lid though, and it IS a pinky nude shimmery shade.
A classic from UD, it's a creamy, pigmented eyeshadow. There is no glitter, or shimmer in it, but it IS metallic-esque. Very pretty.
I always wanted it, and I got it. I think I could do more with this if I was even more tan! :)
This colour is absolutely gorgeous. It is a pearly pink-ish colour and is somewhat shimmery. I don't think how the colour looks in the packaging does justice to how it shows up on my lid.
I got this in the naked palette. It really does live up to the hype. It's a gorgeous, classy champagne color that is very well pigmented and its texture is buttery. Lovely lid wash. :) I am NC40 for ref. However I'm sure I can find cheaper alternatives by SMH, NYX, etc..
When I first bought this shadow, I was expecting more of a golden champagne color, but I got more of a pinky champagne. It ended up being a great shadow though! The color is very pigmented and there was no fall-out. It can be blended well with other shadows, even matte ones. One thing I loved about it is that I can even wear it alone without a primer. It doesn't last all day, but if I'm running to the store it stays on the entire time. It lasts even longer WITH the primer. The packaging is great too! The only reason I didn't give it a 5 is because this isn't a one-of-a-kind color shadow, I could easily find a dupe.
I wish I loved Sin as much as everyone else does - I can definitely see the appeal - it's buttery soft and super pigmented...but my love stops there. On my NC25 skin tone, Sin was just too silvery and too pink. I was hoping it would be a no brainer shade I could just throw on and apply some mascara with and run out the door but if I wore Sin alone I fear I'd look like a sixth grader dabbling with makeup for the first time.
Urban Decay Sin is my HG shadow! It's a beautiful, light, shimmery champagne that works as an all-over shadow, a highligher, or a base for deeper/brighter colors. Like almost all UD shadows, it applies smoothly and blends beautifully, with lots of pigment. The shadow also lasts a particularly long time because so little of it is needed, and I love that!
This is one of my favorite UD shadows. It is a bit light so I only use it on my eye lid, no higher than the crease. I dont use it near my brow bone because its a little too shimmery for that spot. The shimmer is a really nice even fine shimmer, not glitter like at all. The texture is very rich, it goes on really well. the coverage is pretty opaque so you dont need more than one coat, unless you are going for that look. Overall a really nice color on my fair skin.
I love this eyeshadow. It is like a frosty version of my skin (approx NW15, 10 would be better). It is a super light peachy pink champagne color, and very frosty. However, I often wear it on from lash line to brow and I don't think it looks too crazy. This color goes great with most other shadows, at least those in the brown and purple families that I usually wear. It is very easy to apply/blend and lasts well. I would like to point out that this is very similar to (if a bit lighter than), MAC's Naked Lunch.