Makeup Geek Power Pigments vs Urban Decay Electric Palette
I thought you might enjoy seeing the Makeup Geek Power Pigments vs Urban Decay Electric Palette. Urban Decay and Makeup Geek are both cruelty-free brands. The Urban Decay Electric Palette has recently been discontinued, while the Makeup Geek Power Pigments just launched on May 3, 2018 at Makeup Geek’s website.
The Makeup Geek Power Pigment Colors:
Transform – jade green matte
Untouchable – bright red matte
Courageous – pink with purple undertone magenta matte
Invincible – cool purple matte
Indestructible – indigo blue matte
Potential – bright yellow matte
Dynamic – bright orange matte
Unleashed – cool pink matte
Dedicated – warm purple matte (looks like a burgundy wine to me)
Tenacious – bright teal blue matte
Urban Decay Electric Palette Colors:
Revolt – bright metallic silver shimmer with silver glitter
Gonzo – bright turquoise matte with floating tonal pearl
Fringe – bright metallic teal
Freak – bright green with gold shift
Thrash – bright lime green matte with floating gold pearl
Chaos – bright blue matte with floating tonal pearl
Urban – bright metallic purple
Jilted – bright metallic fuchsia with blue shift
Savage – bright hot pink matte
Slowburn – bright red-orange matte with floating pearl
Makeup Geek Power Pigments vs Urban Decay Electric Palette Swatches
Top Row Makeup Geek – Untouchable, Dynamic, Courageous, Dedicated, Invincible, Indestructible, Tenacious, Unleashed, Transform, Potential
Bottomw Row Urban Decay Electric Palette – Revolt, Slowburn, Savage, Jilted, Urban, Chaos, Gonzo, Fringe, Freak, Thrash
The Makeup Geek Power Pigments vs Urban Decay Electric Palette colors compliment each other so well! Dedicated and Jilted look like the same color in a different finish. Invincible and Urban go together well.
Slowburn is obviously more of a red-toned orange than Dynamic. Courageous is a softer pink cousin of the blindingly neon Savage. Indestructible is deeper than Chaos. Tenacious is more teal blue than Gonzo’s turquoise blue shade. Transform is much deeper than Freak.
Since the Urban Decay Electric Palette has been discontinued, the Makeup Geek Power Pigments are a good alternative to someone wanting a brights palette. You can pick up the Makeup Geek colors individually, so if you’re not into wearing orange, you don’t have to buy the orange. I personally find the Power Pigment formula easier to work with than the Electric Palette, but both are good.
See how the Makeup Geek Power Pigments stack up against the Viseart Editorial Brights Palette! You can also see how each of the colors apply in my Makeup Geek Power Pigment demo and Sugarpill Comparison.
The Power Pigment bundle is $90 for all 10 shades, the sleek travel palette and the gorgeous holographic makeup bag! You can pick up the Makeup Geek Power Pigment Bundle here!
I hope you find the Makeup Geek Power Pigments vs Urban Decay Electric Palette comparison helpful! Let me know in the comments below!
Will you be picking up the Makeup Geek Power Pigments?