Pull out your platform shoes and get down tonight with Urban Decay’s new Disco Queen Collection! While we’ve seen shimmer and shine from Urban Decay before, this collection blends the best of the unicorn/rainbow makeup trend and the 80’s, everyone’s favorite era.

The Urban Decay Disco Queen Collection is made up of two duochrome makeup products: the Disco Queen Holographic Highlight Powder and the Holographic Disco Stick. Both are cool-toned and multidimensional.

The Disco Queen Holographic Highlight Powder is iridescent lavender with a blue holographic shift. The powder is blended with pearl pigments for a luminous glow. I usually apply highlighters with a fan brush, but because this is pretty glittery, I found that diffused too much product over too large of an area, which led to more fallout. I preferred a narrower, more compact brush. The effect is very pretty, with lavender and blue being the predominant colors.

The Holographic Disco Stick has an intense iridescent pink-blue shift. The fact that it’s a stick makes it easy and precise to apply. The base is sheer. What I noticed about the Stick more than the Powder, is that it transfers more easily. I would recommmend using a makeup setting spray to get a more true drydown.

To complete the look, I checked my collection of Urban Decay Vice Lipsticks and found three that I thought would look pretty paired with either of the Disco Queen highlighters. Asphyxia (metallized finish), Plague (cream finish) and Pandemonium (Mega Matte finish) are three options to consider.

The Urban Decay Disco Queen Collection is limited-edition and available now at Sephora, Sephora.com and urbandecaycosmetics.com. Will you be adding these to your collection?


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