Does the Urban Decay ‘Distortion’ Glitter Liner live up to my expectations?

So, after falling in love with the Urban Decay Glitter Liner in the shade ‘Amp’ – a tealy colour – I knew Distortion would be the next choice for me.

Urban Decay Distortion GlitterI’d seen the iridescent, sparkling glitter on one of my favourite makeup artists (Belle Jorden) and knew I wanted to also create a dramatic wing by combining white liner with a thick layer of glitter.

Truth be told, more applications were required with Distortion, in comparison to Amp, but that’s naturally to be expected due to the ‘see-through’ nature of this glitter… it was never going to pack the same punch of colour.

However, when a few layers have been applied – wow, this glitter sparkles in the sunlight and FLAWLESSLY compliments a white base. *You’re going to want to stand by a bright window all day and dazzle your colleagues – I certainly did*

Urban Decay Distortion Glitter LinerThe best thing is, it also looks great on it’s own, thanks to the mixture of green, pink, silver and numerous other shades.

Yesterday, I decided to apply it on top of a neutral base (a half-cut crease using a shade from the Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance palette) to show you guys that this product can be manipulated in various ways… it’s 100% worth the £15 price-tag!

So, with all of the above considered, which look do you prefer – a half-lid, scattered application of glitter along the cut-crease or an intricate flick?

I personally prefer the flick – it’s so easy to create if you’ve nailed the initial wing shape!

And on that note – who would like to see an eyeliner tutorial? I’ve been meaning to film one for SUCH a long time, but I have SO many products to review for you guys still… let me know!

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7 Replies to “Does the Urban Decay ‘Distortion’ Glitter Liner live up to my expectations?”

    1. You definitely should, it makes it look SO much different to when it’s applied on top of shadow alone. Let me know how you get on and tag me in any pictures 🙊x

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