Urban Decay • ROLLERGIRL Palette • Palettes
|Would buy this product again.||84%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Black, Straight, Coarse Eyes: Brown
this is my 1st urban decay palette, it's sold for $13 on their web. My friend told me : when will u get urban decay palette's for $13?!?!? so i decided to get it even if i dont really need.
this palette impressed me, it's pretty, travel friendly palette, with eye liner and lip gloss. I love the color (except woodstock, it makes me looks like i have eye problem), suspect is the one i used most, and darkhorse is pretty impressive.
all shades are pigmented and long lasting even without eye primer. No shades has glitter, so no fall out.
i wouldn't repurchase since i got my naked 2, which also have suspect and verve. And snakebite in naked 2 is pretty close with darkhose.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond, Curly Eyes: Blue
This is one sassy palette! It comes with bonus whiskey 24/7 pencil and lip junkie in crush. I use this palette mainly in winter-spring months because the shades are too frosty for me to wear in summer& fall. Eyeshadows included are woodstock, verve, suspect, and darkhorse. The best part of the palette for me is suspect, a shimmery champagne beige that I wear often and it's a great base color. The least wearable color here is woodstock, a bright hot pink with tiny sparkles-it makes me look like I have pink eye! I think the reasoning behind that is the shadows are so pigmented that it's easy to overdo it! The e.s lasts forever though, 12 hours without creasing if I use UD primer potion! I've pulled all nighters with this look and it's still fresh in the A.M, great quality and I wish I would have snagged more palettes while they were on sale!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Olive Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Love it! Lovely, smooth, silky, highly pigmented.
Woodstock is great for blending.
The Silvery one is an awesome highlighter.
The Taupe color disappears on olive skin.
Dark Horse is a perfect crease color.
The mini liner and gloss are fab.
Great value. Love the mirror.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I like it but not sure.Its neutral for everyday wear but i think its not special.Pigmentation lacking and not last long.If i must be choose ud fun or rollergirl..I go to fun palette
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Medium Brown Hair: Black, Relaxed, Medium Eyes: Brown
When I first heard about this palette, I was not very interested. Then, came a drastic price cut :D It was originally $32, I got this for $18 but I had waited I would have got it for $13 :(
Now on to the palette. It was much smaller and compact that I had anticipated, which is a great thing. I already owned the shade "Darkhorse" from the orginal Naked palette which is a dark brown with slight golden shimmers and "Suspect" from BOS III which is a creamy light brown golden shade.
I was newly introduced to "Verve" which is in the Naked 2 palette and "Woodstock" which is in the Fun Palette. Verve is a nice beige color which is too frosty for me to use as a browbone highlight (I love Milani's "Almondine" and NYX "Nude) but it is great as an inner corner brightener. Woodstock is a bright fuschia pink which I wouldnt use on the lid but could work as a liner shade for an extra pop of color or used lightly to blend out a smokey shade or plummy color. The closest shades I have in my collection which are sort of similar to "Woodstock" is the bottom shade of the "Berry Glimmer" Milani Glimmer Stripes palette (which is very frosty) and L'oreal Hip Duo in "Sassy" which is matte.
The "Whisky" e/l is a reddish brown shade which is a great complimet to the 3 neutral shades in the palette. I'd prefer a darker shade of brown like Milani's "Brown" Liquif'eye e/l. But the quality of the 24/7 liner is smooth and creamy.
The Mini Lip junkie in "crush" is a bright pink shade in the tube but it is not as bright on the lips. Its just enough color and its not overly sticky that its uncomfortable and not to slick where it just glides off your lips.
I used "Suspect" on the inner 2/3 of my lid and "Darkhorse" on the outter 1/3, with "Verve" on the tearduct and "Whisky" on the lashline for some recent job interviews. End result, daytime appropriate, professional and beautiful.
Overall, this is a wonderful palette to have in your collection. It is great for everyday use and it easily fits in your purse. The colors are highly pigmented with a creamy smooth texture as can be expected with all UD e/s. It is a tremendous value.
My Recommendation: Go get this while you still can!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
If you don't own this palette, shame on you. Go buy it for $13 on UD's website or beauty.com.
This is a frickin' fantastic palette. You'll get Verve, an almost-white shimmery highlighter, Suspect, a light/medium brown shimmer, Darkhorse, a dark brown with hints of gold, and Woodstock, an oddly wearable deep, bright pink. Not to mention a travel size Whiskey liner and a lippie to boot.
It's great for travelling or to give to a makeup newb. You get three gorgeous, neutral eyeshadow shades that pair beautifully to create a classic eye, matching lippie, and eyeliner is included. From Urban Decay. Use woodstock as your blush or line your bottom lashes for a fun vibe.
All this. $13. From Urban Decay. Really, what are you waiting for?
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
I got this from the UD website on sale for $13, and it was definitely worth the money - in fact, it would be worth even more for the 3 neutral shadows alone. My only "complaint" (really more of an observation) is that the shadows look warm-ish in the palette but look quite cool on my skin (NW15) but they're beautiful even so. The shadows have a good amount of shimmer but no glitter, and the darkest shadow, Darkhorse, is wonderfully pigmented and so smooth.
Woodstock is indeed a very, very bright cool-toned hot pink and it's a bit too bright for me as eyeshadow, but I'm using it (delicately!) as blush.
The set came with a hot pink lip gloss and the Whiskey 24/7 pencil, which is smooth like all the other wonderful UD pencils.
I love this palette (my first UD shadows) and am contemplating buying a backup if this is discontinued.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I am absolutely blown away by this palette. I've a long time drooled over the packaging, and the shocking pink brilliance of Woodstock. And then, one day, armed with a $15.00 off coupon code, I caved and bought this and BOSIV. I just tried this palette tonight, and I usually wait at least a week or two of really trying out a product before reviewing it, but I am absolutely sure of this. All four colors are very pigmented and apply beautifully. Verve is a silvery taupe, Suspect is a shimmery medium beige, and Darkhorse is a neutral medium brown. So those are three colors that are so versatile and neutral that you could wear with ANYTHING. Woodstock, of course, makes this palette very special to me. The thought of wearing this fuchsia is probably scary to most (like me!). However, it applies sheer enough that you could do just a touch in the crease. It also builds beautifully, so if you want to do an all-over pink eye you can also do that. I built up a to a really bold pink in the crease without it looking clownish or like I was trying too hard. And the Whiskey eyeliner is great! The gloss is nice but I have so many glosses it's completely irrelevant to me. But get this palette, even if you have no intention of ever wearing Woodstock. It's a great buy for the neutrals alone, especially if you can't afford $60.00 for a Naked Palette.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Red, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
I was finally able to swap for this (and then ofcourse i find it on sale for $20 on their site >.<) but im so glad i finally got my hands on this. Its everything i had hoped for. I have a "dupe" of the palette in a CG trio but i swatched them tonight side by side & 2 shades are similar but not identical & the other 2 shades in RG aren't even close to anything in the trio. But all i can say is i love this palette.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Medium Brown Hair: Brown, Curly, Medium Eyes: Brown
Love the packaging! I purchased this one for the packaging and Woodstock- the pink eyeshadow shade. On my skintone, Woodstock is nice and pigmented, but not overly so. In pictures, it looks like an obnoxious darkened, hot pink, but in life it is not. The other shades I already owned. The price was right, and it comes with a pink gloss-Crush, which is a nice med-toned pink that looks nice on all. The palette offers one to do several looks.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Fair, Warm Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium Eyes: Green
Love my Rollergirl palette! Great buy, it was $18, on sale at Sephora. The colors are shimmery, so I don't wear them all together (I think I'm too old for that much shimmer). Still, 3 are neutrals and look pretty with matte neutrals. The eyeliner alone is worth the $18, so glad they included it.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I got this palette from sephora, but i also saw it at the urban decay website on sale for the same price $18.. AWSOME PRICE!!! I LOVE this palette. I do not own the naked palette, so for me this three neutral eyeshadows are awsome. The pink seemed too bright and scarry at first, but it actually goes in perfectly with the rest of the colors, and u can even use it as blush. No fallout. No glitter.
It also comes with a mini lipgloss and travel size 24/7 eyeliner.
Overall, awsome product with a greeat price (on sale).. regular price was $32 and that was too much for me.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Olive Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
I like it. Id rather travel with this then my naked palette. I like the pink because I can use it as a blush.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
I've had this palette since it first came out, but since I just bought myself two back-ups now that it's on sale at Sephora, I figured I'd write a review! I obviously love it a lot!
Most of my favorite shadow palettes are by Too Faced, but this one takes the top prize, mainly because it has (IMO) the perfect pale, shimmery, silver-taupe shade in it (Verve). I was obsessed with finding the perfect shade of silvery-taupe shadow that would look subtle on my very fair skin and that I could use for an everyday wash of color on my lids to brighten up my eyes. I tried countless different brands and formulas but nothing was quite right. When I saw this palette, I knew immediately that Verve was the shade I had been looking for but didn't know if I wanted to spring for the whole palette. I didn't think I'd use the other products. But I was definitely wrong, and I'm so glad I purchased it.
The shadows are very smooth and feel buttery on my lids, which was a big surprise to me, as Urban Decay shadows are usually far too glittery and coarse-feeling for my liking. I also ended up loving the Suspect shade (the golden-brown color) and use that as an all-over lid color on the days I'm not wearing Verve. I often line the bottom of my eyes with Darkhorse, and when I want a fun pop of color for a night out, Woodstock is perfect. I am more of a black eyeliner kind of girl, but I was pleasantly surprised by Whiskey...it's different than the other brown liners that I own, and I like the way it looks with my green eyes. Finally, the lipgloss that comes with this set is a gorgeous shade of medium bright pink that actually goes on sheer and subtle (although you can definitely build the color for more intensity). I love the minty smell and the fact that it's a thicker lipgloss, as it stays on longer and wears better than some of my other glosses.
Overall, I really don't think you can go wrong with this palette...it's inexpensive (even more so now that it's on sale!) and comes with three gorgeous, and very wearable, neutral shadows, plus a fun hot pink to shake things up a bit. The liner and gloss will work for pretty much any skin tone. Definitely a great buy!!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Olive Hair: Black Eyes: Black
I only got this palette because it went on sale on Sephora's site. It is the perfect neutral palette as everyone says. I think the best color is Suspect, which is like a golden taupe or golden champagne color. Verve is a little too whitish, and Darkhorse blends easily. I haven't tried Woodstock or the gloss yet. And the Whiskey liner is another everyday favorite brown liner. Sometimes it fades in the middle of the day. Nonetheless, at the sale price this was a good buy.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Dark, Warm Hair: Brown, Kinky, Coarse Eyes: Brown
I have been wanting this palette for a while, and when I saw that it was on sale on the UD site, I had to get it! I orginally bought this for the color Suspect, Darkhorse and the Whiskey liner. Woodstock and Verve caught me by surprise though. I thought I would never get any use out of them, but they are suprisingly wearable. Woodstock goes on sheer and is very buildable. On my darker complexion Verve is more of a silver with a sexy golden sheen. The lip gloss is a sheer hot pink shade, not overly bright. This can be worn everyday, or amped up for night. I think this is a good addiction to any UD stash!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Tan, Cool Hair: Brunette, Curly, Coarse Eyes: Brown
I love my Rollergirl palette! I bought it on a whim when UD was having their 25% of sale and not having anything close to Woodstock in my collection, I had to at least try it. I have NOT been disappointed at all with the colors or the quality of these eyeshadows. I like having the gloss and eyeliner, but I'm not a bright lippie fan (even a subtle one like crush) and I prefer gel e/l to pencil. Doesn't help either that Whiskey is not even close to being darker that darkhorse. My favorite look with this palette is using Verve on the lid, Suspect in the crease, and Darkhorse in the outer V along with some dark brown eyeliner (I use BB caviar ink) and some black mascara,
I am NW25 for reference.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
This is a beautiful neutral palette. I absolutely love the eyeshadows. What I love most is that there is no glitter fall out! I am not the most daring when it comes to applying makes up so I use the pink shade as a blush. Gorgeous. Seriously love this palette and might buy myself a second one!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Acne-prone, Medium, Cool Hair: Blond, Curly, Medium Eyes: Blue
I love this palette! Okay, only 2 colors in this palette. I use Verve and Woodstock every day. I wish they sold Verve as a standalone eyeshadow. I'm an NW20 (pink undertones) and have found that neutral colors just wash me out. I also have hooded eyes so I have to keep things bright and avoid dark colors as they tend to make my eyes look smaller. Verve on the lid is perfect for me! It just brightens up my blue eyes. I then take MAC's new color in Moleskin and blend it in the crease with a 217. On top of that, I blend Woodstock (light application of it) and top the browbone off with MAC's Mylar or Vanilla pigment. Add mascara and a velvet textured lip (google Andrew Gallimore's velvet textured lip) with Girl About Town or Full Sheen Supreme in Full Speed and it's an awesome look!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
Best neutral palette ever. period.