I remember the old Urban Decay Nail Enamels in bottles that looked like little dropper vials of potions, so I was curious about the Urban Decay Apocalyptic Nail Kit when I read about it online. I kept forgetting about it when it finally arrived in Singapore but was able to obtain a set when I recently did a Sephora exchange.
I’m throwing out the zippered case because its distressed purple metallic coat has disintegrated (the stickiness reminds me of the NARS cases) but this set of seven 5 ml mini bottles is still value for money at S$25. There was a bit of a mix-up over the pricing initially (I remember it being priced at S$45 at one point) but the problem has since been rectified.
The kit contains:
- White Widow (white sparkle)
- Gunmetal (gunmetal sparkle)
- Apocalypse (black-purple, almost black eggplant)
- Grunge (metallic peacock)
- Meltdown (royal purple)
- Big Bang (sparkling hot pink) – this was from waaay before!
- Fbomb (true red)
As before, Urban Decay’s Nail Enamel is formulated without toluene, formaldehyde or DBP (i.e. they’re Big-3 free). Apparently they are created with a new anti-chip technology but I’ve read some reviews about how they chip easily, so go figure. Scrangie has amazing – lemming-inducing – swatches of them!
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