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Urban Decay Holiday 2012 Build Your Own Palette Quads – Melt and Rock

For the Holiday 2012 season Urban Decay released 2 exclusive Build Your Own Palette quads. Each quad comes with its own never-before-seen shade that’s universally flattering.

Urban Decay Rock and Melt Quads

Melt has a gorgeous rose pattern. Rock has the precious jewels pattern.

Urban Decay Rock and Melt Quads

Urban Decay Melt

The House of Fraser comes with Melt. Melt is a sheer, shimmery peach.

Urban Decay Rock

The Debenhams comes with Rock. Rock is a sheer, shimmery oyster/taupe.

Urban Decay Rock and Melt Swatches

Melt (bare skin) Melt (Meow Light Primer) – Rock (bare skin) – Rock (Meow Light Primer)

Urban Decay Rock and Melt swatches

Melt is a pretty, sheer peach.

Rock is a very light sandy taupe. Both work well as a sheer wash, or as a lid shade.

I personally think these are a great deal. If you want either of these shades, you should pick one up. I love the artwork on the cases. I can see Rock especially appealing to all you taupe lovers out there!

The quads are limited edition and only cost $18, the same price as a shadow!

What do you think of the UD Holiday 2012 Rock and Melt Quads?

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  • I think it’s a cool idea that they added a little extra to the “make your own palette” system for the holidays. That is a cool idea…make a custom palette as a gift with a special shadow & palette design! I like Rock *drool* I have to chill on my UD purchases…there have been so many lately!

  • UD is killing me with their Holiday collection. I want everything! They have an exclusive one of these on that has the shade breathless. Gorgeous!

  • I’m English and I LOVE that these are named after a couple of our department stores (that’s what we call big stores that sell a bit of everything.)

  • Interesting that they are each named after a British department store – Debenhams and House of Fraser – I wonder if that signals that each palette will be exclusively sold in the relevant store (in the UK) much like a Nordstrom’s exclusive in the States….

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