I don't think I have seen a cooler makeup/film collaboration than this! Pulp Fiction is a classic - I can still remember the first time I watched it. Urban Decay have just launched the range, inspired by the femme female Mia Wallace.
Urban Decay Pulp Fiction Palette - Contains 5 eyeshadows in wearable netural tones to re-create Uma Thurman's sultry eye look. Righteous is a gorgeous matte cream shade making the perfect base. Tyranny and Vengeance are lovely taupe and brown shades to contour your eye crease and finally Furious - a white satin with a shimmery sheen and Anger which is a matte black. I used them all together to create the smokey look in the pictures above.
Mrs Wallace Revolution Lipstick - A gorgeous deep, blood red shade which will flatter and suit all skin tones. I've also found that it's lovely to apply as it's pigmented and moisturising and is a bugger to get off the lips which means it stays on for hours!
Mrs Wallace 25/7 Glide-on Lip Pencil - This is designed to perfectly match the lipstick in the range except it's a matte (to stop the lipstick bleeding).
Gunmetal Heavy Metal Glitter Eyeliner - My first ever purchase from Urban Decay was their glitter eyeliners when I was 17, so they hold a special place in my heart! This is a clear base containing black and silver sparkle, which means you need to build to get a good coverage. This looks lovely on top of black liner for a gothic feel and I'm honestly a little obsessed! (You can see the sparkle behind my lashes in the shot of my eyes).
Mrs Mia Wallace Nai Colour - A stunning deep red to match the lippie, but with a hint of shimmer. This reminds me of rubies. Not a nail shade I would normally wear (I prefer them a bit on the brighter, orange side) but would look STUNNING on pale skin in the winter.
All in all, I love the range - the products are great quality and I also adore the packaging. It's all been well thought out, from the quotes inside the packaging lids, to the skull on the nail polish bottle and the font!
What do you think of the range? Are you a Pulp Fiction Fan?