Urban Decay Goes to Oz With Gorgeous ‘Oz the Great and Powerful’ Makeup Palettes
‘Oz the Great and Powerful’ makeup palettes from Urban Decay? Yes please!
Remember that Oz the Great and Powerful OPI nail collection that we’re so excited for? Well, we’ve got ANOTHER Oz-tastic cosmetics line to look forward to: Urban Decay’s Oz the Great and Powerful makeup palettes!
According to People, the edgy cosmetics company will be releasing two gorgeous palettes inspired by Michelle Williams’ and Mila Kunis’ characters in the film, Glinda and Theodora (AKA the Wicked Witch of the West), on January 25. Each palette comes fully equipped with eight eye shadow shades including two eye shadow duos, a travel-size 24/7 Glide-On Pencil, a Super-Saturated High Gloss Lip Color, and a handy how-to card to help you create the perfect look. Glinda’s good witch colors are purples, blues, and peaches, while Thoedora’s wicked witch shades include browns, charcoals, and greens—plus, of course, a bright red lip gloss. Oh, and did we mention how amazing the packaging is? Both palettes come in a keepsake tin covered in stunning Oz the Great and Powerful artwork. Love!
About the palettes, Urban Decay’s founder, Wende Zomnir, told People, “Every detail, from the gold eye shadow pans to the shade names, all somehow ties back to the film. We wanted you to be able to create the looks of Glinda or Theodora from the film using these palettes, but also explore other aspects of their characters through some of the other shades inside.” The longtime indie company was recently bought by L’Oreal, an acquisition which has had some die-hard fans up in arms; if this fabulous collab is any indication, though, it looks like good things are in store for the future.
The palettes will retail for $49 each; pick up one for yourself at ULTA and Macy’s stores or online at sephora.com, ulta.com, macys.com, beauty.com, or urbandecay.com starting on January 25. There’s no place like the makeup counter, there’s no place like the makeup counter…
Lucia Peters is BettyConfidential’s associate editor.