Urban Decay Born To Run Eyeshadow Palette

Let's take a first peek at the Urban Decay Born To Run Eyeshadow Palette together! I haven't tried it on my eyes yet, but I've heard wonderful things about it.The palette looks beautiful (the inside at least, not too fond of the photo printed packaging) and the shades look coherent and easy to match, each shade has at least three other shades that it harmonizes with, something I always look for in a palette. No shade should stand alone in a palette unless it's an obvious accent, otherwise it just looks jumbled up (Vice palettes, I'm looking at you) and hard to use. Apart from the great colour scheme I would say that the palette is missing a cool matte taupe shade, it would have been useful for blending those greens, blues and silvers. They could have switched any of the copper-ish shimmers out because we get loooads of them in here. Or maybe it's just me who feel totally fed up on shimmery warm toned neutrals? I feel we all own every single shade possible by now.The formula feels really silky and pigmented, and you knoooowww that last row speaks to me!! Pink Wildheart and steel grey Drift are exceptionally bomb. I'm trying it on my eyes very soon and will get back yo you with more opinions then! The palette is available at Åhléns and KICKS in Sweden where it retails for 495 SEK. Urban Decay Born To Run Eyeshadow Palette Urban Decay Born To Run Eyeshadow Palette First row: Breakaway, Stranded, Blaze, Weekender, Still Shot, Riff, Good As Gone Second row: Hell Ride, Baja, Accelerate, Guilt Trip, Ignite, Smog, Wanderlust Third row: Wildheart, Punk, Double Life, Jet, Drift, Radio, Big Sky