A lovely shadow, but unfortunately, it isn't very unique. This looks nearly identical to MAC's Naked Lunch, both in the pan and once applied. Sin has slightly more frost and that's the only difference on my skin. For me, I can't justify owning both and I prefer the texture of MAC. If you don't already own a shimmery neutral champagne though, by all means, give this a shot.
I've been using this eyeshadow since the days of Urban's metal pots and still love it. It's an awesome neutral color and it goes with everything (my favorites to add to it are MAC's Mulch and Clinique's Foxy). The beautiful frosty champagne color isn't too gaudy and I always get compliments when I wear this. It's definitely a staple in my makeup collection.
Sin is not quite as bright and shiny as Stila Kitten but comes close. I think this is a great eyeshadow but I love and use Kitten more.
I love this shadow!!! Highly pigmented and looks great with just about anything, good for day or night. Color is a neutral beige shimmer. I will definitely repurchase! This is my favorite eyeshadow that I own!
Sin is the perfect shimmery and neutral champange color. It looks gorgeous as a wash or base color. On me (NW20) it adds a beautiful shimmer that looks great with just about everything. I highly recommend this shadow to anyone and everyone.
Sin is the perfect neutral; a shimmering champagne. Goes with so many other eyeshadows, is lovely to highlight, and adds instant polish all on its own. The texture is amazing too, so soft and silky, blends beautifully. Will run out and repurchase when I use this one up.
Edit: I am now on my 3rd Sin. I have recently purchased the new formulation and I love that it is softer now and easier to blend, but that softness comes at a price. I used to be able to carry Sin around in my purse, but this new formulation is so soft and delicate that it has broken. Thankfully it's still useable, just a top section broke off, but it needs to live at home now. I do miss the old "token" packaging. I find the new compacts are harder to open, but they do have the bonus of being easily depotted into a special new UD palette. So some drawbacks to the reformulation, but still a winner overall.
This is one of the first pieces of makeup I bought before my full-fledged makeup-purchasing addiction. Sin is a pretty champagne-colored shadow. A nice neutral with a little something special. Very versatile.
This eyeshadow is awesome. A light beigey taupe with a nice shimmer, not sparkles. Perfect for daytime, perfect for mixing with darker hues for nightime. I wear this almost everyday, when I don't want to play up my eyes too much, but when I want color on my eyes. I love Urban Decay eyeshadows because they're extremely pigmented (meaning you don't have to rub it a million times to get some color on your lids). Worth every penny. UPDATE: 3 years later and this is my HG eyeshadow and Urban Decay's eyeshadow primer is my HG primer.
This is by far the BEST color of eyeshadow I have ever used. In fact, this is the only eyeshadow that I have ever bought a second one of. It's supposed to be a beige, but its a wonderfully shimmery pinky beige that compliments almost any other shade, particularly greys and certain browns. Also, Urban Decay shadows are the silkiest I have ever used.
very pretty shimmery champagne color. Looks great allover the eyelid or just as a highlighter. I love wearing this when i just want something nice and simple or going for a semi nude face